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John A. List
Homer J. Livingston Professor of Economics
John List is best known for pioneering the use of field experiments in economics. His work has stimulated a new area of study that explores economic behavior in naturally occurring environments with controlled experimental methods. He is the author of numerous articles on myriad subjects, including the economic aspects of environmental regulation; prospect theory; marketplace effects on corporate and government policy decisions; and field experimental work on charitable fundraising. 
Featured Publications
Does Price Matter in Charitable Giving? Evidence from a Large-Scale Natural Field Experiment
Dean Karlan and John A. List
American Economic Review | 2007 | Vol. 97, No. 5 | pp. 1774–1793
Informed Consent in Social Science
John A. List
Science | October 21, 2008 | Vol. 322, No. 5886 | pp. 672
Homo Experimentalis Evolves
John A. List
Science | July 11, 2008 | Vol. 321, No. 5886 | pp. 207-208
Naturally Occurring Preferences and Exogenous Laboratory Experiments: A Case Study of Risk Aversion
Glenn W. Harrison, John A. List, and Charles Towe
Econometrica | 2007 | Vol. 75, No. 2 | pp. 433-458
On the Interpretation of Giving in Dictator Games
John A. List
Journal of Political Economy | 2007 | Vol. 115, No. 3 | pp. 482-494
Using Experimental Methods in Environmental and Resource Economics
John A. List, Editor
Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishers | 2006
Field Experiments in Economics: Handbook of Experimental Economics
John. A. List, Editor
USA: Elsevier | 2005
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