2023 - Research.com Economics and Finance in United States Leader Award
2015 - Fellows of the Econometric Society
2011 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
His primary areas of study are Microeconomics, Econometrics, Actuarial science, Incentive and Field. In most of his Microeconomics studies, his work intersects topics such as Valuation. In Valuation, John A. List works on issues like Public good, which are connected to Capital and Marketing.
Student achievement and Test is closely connected to Standard deviation in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Econometrics. His Incentive study combines topics in areas such as Control, Principal, Loss aversion and Punishment. Field is closely attributed to Labour economics in his work.
John A. List focuses on Microeconomics, Field, Incentive, Econometrics and Public economics. The Microeconomics study combines topics in areas such as Quality and Value. The concepts of his Field study are interwoven with issues in Field experiment and Positive economics.
His Empirical evidence research extends to the thematically linked field of Positive economics. John A. List combines subjects such as Test, Wage, Developing country and Public good with his study of Incentive. His research in Econometrics is mostly focused on Panel data.
John A. List spends much of his time researching Incentive, Natural field, Download, Microeconomics and Field. His Incentive research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Test, Loss aversion, Corporate social responsibility, Consumption and Public good. His Microeconomics research incorporates elements of Quality and Wage.
His Field research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Developmental psychology, Behavioral economics, Affect and Public relations. John A. List has included themes like Field experiment and Salience in his Public economics study. In his research, Econometrics is intimately related to Experimental data, which falls under the overarching field of Panel data.
His primary areas of investigation include Natural field, Public economics, Incentive, Econometrics and Field. His Public economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Research design, Nudge theory, Optimism and Affect. His Incentive study contributes to a more complete understanding of Microeconomics.
By researching both Microeconomics and Download, John A. List produces research that crosses academic boundaries. His research integrates issues of Relative price, Time allocation, Economic inequality and Goods and services in his study of Econometrics. His Field study combines topics in areas such as Developmental psychology, Mathematical economics, Behavioral economics and Luck.
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What Do Laboratory Experiments Measuring Social Preferences Reveal About the Real World
Steven D. Levitt;John A. List.
Journal of Economic Perspectives (2007)
Redefine statistical significance
Daniel J. Benjamin;James O. Berger;Magnus Johannesson;Magnus Johannesson;Brian A. Nosek;Brian A. Nosek.
Nature Human Behaviour (2018)
Does market experience eliminate market anomalies
Research Papers in Economics (2003)
Gender Differences in Competition: Evidence From a Matrilineal and a Patriarchal Society
Uri Gneezy;Kenneth L. Leonard;John A. List.
What Experimental Protocol Influence Disparities Between Actual and Hypothetical Stated Values
John A. List;Craig A. Gallet.
Environmental and Resource Economics (2001)
Testing for Altruism and Social Pressure in Charitable Giving
Stefano DellaVigna;John A. List;Ulrike Malmendier.
Quarterly Journal of Economics (2012)
On the Interpretation of Giving in Dictator Games
John A. List.
Journal of Political Economy (2007)
Trade liberalization, corruption, and environmental policy formation: theory and evidence
Richard Damania;Per Fredriksson;John List.
Research Papers in Economics (2003)
Putting behavioral economics to work: Testing for gift exchange in labor markets using field experiments
Uri Gneezy;John List.
Research Papers in Economics (2006)
Do Professional Traders Exhibit Myopic Loss Aversion? An Experimental Analysis
Michael S. Haigh;John A. List.
Journal of Finance (2005)
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