Ingela Alger
Ingela Alger
Economist, Toulouse School of Economics and Institute for Advanced Study in Toulouse (IAST)
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Homo moralis—preference evolution under incomplete information and assortative matching
I Alger, JW Weibull
Econometrica 81 (6), 2269-2302, 2013
2732013
2010.“Kinship, Incentives, and Evolution.”
I Alger, JW Weibull
American Economic Review 100 (4), 1727-1760, 2010
182*2010
Kinship, incentives, and evolution
I Alger, JW Weibull
The American Economic Review 100 (4), 1725-1758, 2010
1732010
Moral hazard, insurance, and some collusion
I Alger, CA Ma
Journal of economic behavior & organization 50 (2), 225-247, 2003
912003
Moral hazard, insurance, and some collusion
I Alger, CA Ma
Journal of economic behavior & organization 50 (2), 225-247, 2003
872003
A theory of fraud and overtreatment in experts markets
I Alger, F Salanie
Journal of Economics & Management Strategy 15 (4), 853-881, 2006
742006
A generalization of Hamilton's rule—Love others how much?
I Alger, JW Weibull
Journal of Theoretical Biology 299, 42-54, 2012
712012
Evolution and Kantian morality
I Alger, JW Weibull
Games and Economic Behavior 98, 56-67, 2016
592016
Public goods games, altruism, and evolution
I Alger
Journal of Public Economic Theory 12 (4), 789-813, 2010
502010
Public goods games, altruism, and evolution
I Alger
Journal of Public Economic Theory 12 (4), 789-813, 2010
502010
Liquid assets in banks: Theory and practice
G Alger, I Alger
GREMAQ, Universite des Sciences Sociales, 1999
491999
Screening ethics when honest agents care about fairness
I Alger, R Renault
International Economic Review 47 (1), 59-85, 2006
482006
The evolution of altruistic preferences: mothers versus fathers
I Alger, D Cox
Review of Economics of the Household 11 (3), 421-446, 2013
462013
Does evolution lead to maximizing behavior?
L Lehmann, I Alger, J Weibull
Evolution 69 (7), 1858-1873, 2015
422015
Does evolution lead to maximizing behavior?
L Lehmann, I Alger, J Weibull
Evolution 69 (7), 1858-1873, 2015
422015
Screening ethics when honest agents keep their word
I Alger, R Renault
Economic theory 30 (2), 291-311, 2007
342007
Consumer strategies limiting the monopolist's power: Multiple and joint purchases
I Alger
The RAND Journal of Economics, 736-757, 1999
271999
Family ties, incentives and development: a model of coerced altruism
I Alger, JW Weibull
SSE/EFI Working Paper Series in Economics and Finance, 07-10, 2007
262007
Family ties, incentives and development: a model of coerced altruism
I Alger, JW Weibull
SSE/EFI Working Paper Series in Economics and Finance, 07-10, 2007
262007
A theory of fraud and over-consumption in experts markets
I Alger, F Salaniť
Boston College Economics Department Working Paper, 2004
222004
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