Fabio Tufano
Fabio Tufano
University of Leicester School of Business (UK)
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Measuring the closeness of relationships: a comprehensive evaluation of the'inclusion of the other in the self'scale
S Gächter, C Starmer, F Tufano
PloS one 10 (6), e0129478, 2015
One swallow doesn't make a summer: New evidence on anchoring effects
Z Maniadis, F Tufano, JA List
American Economic Review 104 (1), 277-290, 2014
To replicate or not to replicate? Exploring reproducibility in economics through the lens of a model and a pilot study
Z Maniadis, F Tufano, JA List
The Economic Journal 127 (605), F209-F235, 2017
Are ‘true’preferences revealed in repeated markets? An experimental demonstration of context-dependent valuations
F Tufano
Experimental Economics 13, 1-13, 2010
On the priming of risk preferences: The role of fear and general affect
D Alempaki, C Starmer, F Tufano
Journal of Economic Psychology 75, 102137, 2019
The effect of voluntary participation on cooperation
D Nosenzo, F Tufano
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 142, 307-319, 2017
Reexamining how utility and weighting functions get their shapes: A quasi-adversarial collaboration providing a new interpretation
D Alempaki, E Canic, TL Mullett, WJ Skylark, C Starmer, N Stewart, ...
Management Science 65 (10), 4841-4862, 2019
The research reproducibility crisis and economics of science
Z Maniadis, F Tufano
The Economic Journal 127 (605), F200-F208, 2017
How to make experimental economics research more reproducible: Lessons from other disciplines and a new proposal
Z Maniadis, F Tufano, JA List
Replication in experimental economics 18, 215-230, 2015
The differential impact of friendship on cooperative and competitive coordination
G Chierchia, F Tufano, G Coricelli
Theory and Decision 89, 423-452, 2020
Revealing the economic consequences of group cohesion
S Gächter, C Starmer, F Tufano
IZA Discussion Paper, 2017
Measuring “group cohesion” to reveal the power of social relationships in team production
S Gächter, C Starmer, F Tufano
Review of Economics and Statistics, 1-45, 2023
One size does not fit all: Plurality of social norms and saving behavior in Kenya
H Fromell, D Nosenzo, T Owens, F Tufano
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 192, 73-91, 2021
The surprising capacity of the company you keep: revealing group cohesion as a powerful factor of team production
S Gächter, C Starmer, F Tufano
CeDEx Discussion Paper Series, 2019
Social closeness can help, harm and be irrelevant in solving pure coordination problems
S Gächter, C Starmer, C Thöni, F Tufano, TO Weber
Economics Letters 216, 110552, 2022
When is evidence actionable? Assessing whether a program is ready to scale
JPA Ioannidis, Z Maniadis, F Tufano
The Scale-Up Effect in Early Childhood and Public Policy, 126-142, 2021
One swallow doesn’t make a summer: How economists (mis-) use experimental methods and their results
Z Maniadis, F Tufano, JA List
Am Econ Rev 104 (1), 277-290, 2014
One Swallow Doesn’t Make a Summer: New Evidence on Anchoring Effects
JA List, Z Maniadis, F Tufano
American Economic Review, forthcoming, 2013
Are victims truly worse off in the presence of bystanders? Revisiting the bystander effect
H Fromell, D Nosenzo, T Owens, F Tufano
Revue économique 70 (6), 927-943, 2019
The value of vulnerability: The transformative capacity of risky trust
L Bruni, F Tufano
Judgment and Decision Making 12 (4), 408-414, 2017
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