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Mary L. Rigdon
Mary L. Rigdon
University of Arizona, Center for the Philosophy of Freedom
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Positive reciprocity and intentions in trust games
KA McCabe, ML Rigdon, VL Smith
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 52 (2), 267-275, 2003
8142003
Minimal social cues in the dictator game
M Rigdon, K Ishii, M Watabe, S Kitayama
Journal of Economic Psychology 30 (3), 358-367, 2009
3872009
Trust and reciprocity in incentive contracting
M Rigdon
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 70 (1-2), 93-105, 2009
962009
Sustaining cooperation in trust games
ML Rigdon, KA McCabe, VL Smith
The Economic Journal 117 (522), 991-1007, 2007
90*2007
Trust and trustworthiness in networked exchange
A Cassar, M Rigdon
Games and Economic Behavior 71 (2), 282-303, 2011
652011
Cooperation in single play, two-person extensive form games between anonymously matched players
K McCabe, M Rigdon, V Smith
Experimental business research, 49-67, 2002
572002
Market design and motivated human trading behavior in electricity markets
MA Olson, SJ Rassenti, VL Smith, ML Rigdon, MJ Ziegler
Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Hawaii International Conference on Systems …, 1999
531999
An experimental investigation of gender differences in wage negotiations
ML Rigdon
Available at SSRN 2165253, 2012
512012
Efficiency wages in an experimental labor market
ML Rigdon
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (20), 13348-13351, 2002
512002
The effects of competition on the nature of cheating behavior
ML Rigdon, AP D'Esterre
Southern Economic Journal 81 (4), 1012-1024, 2015
472015
Incremental approaches to establishing trust
R Kurzban, ML Rigdon, BJ Wilson
Experimental Economics 11 (4), 370-389, 2008
262008
Market design and human trading behavior in electricity markets
M Olson, S Rassenti, M Rigdon, V Smith
IIE Transactions 35 (9), 833-849, 2003
132003
The role of expectations and gender in altruism
ML Rigdon, AS Levine
122009
Dictator games
ML Rigdon
11*2003
Option to cooperate increases women's competitiveness and closes the gender gap
A Cassar, ML Rigdon
Evolution and Human Behavior 42 (6), 556-572, 2021
102021
Epistemic conditions and social preferences in trust games
AS Gillies, ML Rigdon
102008
Sabotaging another: Priming competition increases cheating behavior in tournaments
ML Rigdon, A D'Esterre
Southern Economic Journal 84 (2), 456-473, 2017
92017
Prosocial option increases women’s entry into competition
A Cassar, ML Rigdon
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (45), e2111943118, 2021
72021
Gender, expectations, and the price of giving
ML Rigdon, AS Levine
Review of Behavioral Economics 5 (1), 39-59, 2018
52018
Plausible deniability and cooperation in trust games
A Gillies, ML Rigdon
Available at SSRN 3030482, 2017
52017
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