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Gender selection discrimination: Evidence from a Trust game
Although discrimination remains prevalent, the reasons for its occurrence remain hotly debated. To disentangle vying explanations, researchers have begun using laboratory experiments. However, thisExpand
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Matching Markets with Mixed Ownership: The Case for a Real�?Life Assignment Mechanism
We consider a common indivisible good allocation problem in which agents have both social and private endowments. Popular applications include student assignment to on-campus housing, kidneyExpand
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Characterization of subcortical structures during deep brain stimulation utilizing support vector machines
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In this paper we discuss an efficient methodology for the characterization of Microelectrode Recordings obtained during deep brain stimulation surgery for Parkinson's disease using Support Vector Machines and present the results of a preliminary study. Expand
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Supervised Learning to Detect Salt Body
Summary In this paper we are presenting a novel workflow to detect salt body base on seismic attributes and supervised learning. The machine learning algorithm Extremely Random Trees Ensemble is usedExpand
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Collusion and Fights in an Experiment with Price-Setting Firms and Advance Production
We present results from 50-round market experiments in which firms decide repeatedly both on price and quantity of a completely perishable good. Each firm has capacity to serve the whole market. TheExpand
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Math skills and risk attitudes
We study whether math ability affects decision making under risk. Participants where divided in three math skill groups according to their performance in a GRE-like math test. We find no differenceExpand
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Lying through Their Teeth: Third Party Advice and Truth Telling in a Strategy Proof Mechanism
We test the effect of advice on the well-known top trading cycles (TTC) matching algorithm. We compare three treatments involving third party advice [right advice (R), wrong advice (W), and bothExpand
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Why feed the Leviathan?
This is a study about the possibility of self-governance. We designed two versions of a step-level public good game, with or without a centralized sanctioning mechanism (CSM). In a baseline treatmentExpand
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On “lab rats”
Experimental subjects usually self-select to the laboratory and this may introduce a bias to the conclusions derived from observing their behavior. We analyze data stored by a subject-pool managementExpand
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The price of luck: paying for the hot hand of others
AbstractWe report on the results of an experiment with a statistical choice task involving the toss of a fair coin. In our experiment, participants had to decide whether they were willing to pay aExpand
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