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philip grossman
Professor of Economics, Monash University
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Men, women and risk aversion: Experimental evidence
CC Eckel, PJ Grossman
Handbook of experimental economics results 1, 1061-1073, 2008
16342008
Are women less selfish than men?: Evidence from dictator experiments
CC Eckel, PJ Grossman
The economic journal 108 (448), 726-735, 1998
13181998
Altruism in anonymous dictator games
CC Eckel, PJ Grossman
Games and economic behavior 16 (2), 181-191, 1996
12981996
Sex differences and statistical stereotyping in attitudes toward financial risk
CC Eckel, PJ Grossman
Evolution and human behavior 23 (4), 281-295, 2002
12072002
Forecasting risk attitudes: An experimental study using actual and forecast gamble choices
CC Eckel, PJ Grossman
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 68 (1), 1-17, 2008
9002008
Differences in the economic decisions of men and women: Experimental evidence
CC Eckel, PJ Grossman
Handbook of experimental economics results 1, 509-519, 2008
6832008
Chivalry and solidarity in ultimatum games
CC Eckel, PJ Grossman
Economic inquiry 39 (2), 171-188, 2001
6662001
Managing diversity by creating team identity
CC Eckel, PJ Grossman
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 58 (3), 371-392, 2005
5982005
Status in markets
S Ball, C Eckel, PJ Grossman, W Zame
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 116 (1), 161-188, 2001
5142001
Rebate versus matching: does how we subsidize charitable contributions matter?
CC Eckel, PJ Grossman
Journal of Public Economics 87 (3-4), 681-701, 2003
4592003
Fiscal decentralization and government size: An extension
PJ Grossman
Public Choice 62 (1), 63-69, 1989
3961989
An experimental test of warm glow giving
H Crumpler, PJ Grossman
Journal of public Economics 92 (5-6), 1011-1021, 2008
3832008
A political theory of intergovernmental grants
PJ Grossman
Public Choice 78 (3), 295-303, 1994
3621994
The relative price of fairness: Gender differences in a punishment game
CC Eckel, PJ Grossman
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 30 (2), 143-158, 1996
3171996
An experimental test of the crowding out hypothesis
CC Eckel, PJ Grossman, RM Johnston
Journal of Public Economics 89 (8), 1543-1560, 2005
2882005
Government and economic growth: A non-linear relationship
PJ Grossman
Public Choice 56 (2), 193-200, 1988
2141988
Giving to secular causes by the religious and nonreligious: An experimental test of the responsiveness of giving to subsidies
CC Eckel, PJ Grossman
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 33 (2), 271-289, 2004
2132004
Public sector technical inefficiency in large US cities
PJ Grossman, P Mavros, RW Wassmer
Journal of Urban Economics 46 (2), 278-299, 1999
1951999
Subsidizing charitable contributions: a natural field experiment comparing matching and rebate subsidies
CC Eckel, PJ Grossman
Experimental Economics 11 (3), 234-252, 2008
1872008
Federalism and the growth of government revisited
PJ Grossman, EG West
Public Choice 79 (1), 19-32, 1994
1561994
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