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    • Climate Action for (My) Children 

      Fornwagner, H; Hauser, OP (Springer / European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, 2021)
      How do we motivate cooperation across the generations—between parents and children? Here we study voluntary climate action (VCA), which is costly to today’s decision-makers but essential to enable sustainable living for ...
    • (Mis)perceiving cooperativeness 

      Rossetti, CSL; Hilbe, C; Hauser, OP (Elsevier, 9 July 2021)
      Cooperation is crucial for the success of social interactions. Given its importance, humans should readily be able to use available cues to predict how likely others are to cooperate. Here, we review the empirical literature ...
    • COVID–19 Information, Demand and Willingness to Pay for Protective Gear in the UK 

      Oreffice, S; Quintana-Domeque, C (SAGE Publications, 13 October 2021)
      In the first month of the UK first lockdown, we studied the demand and willingness to pay (WTP) for hand sanitizer gel, disposable face masks and disposable gloves, and how information on tested people and coronavirus ...
    • The effect of education on spousal education: A genetic approach 

      Barban, N; De Cao, E; Oreffice, S; et al. (Elsevier / European Association of Labour Economists, 19 June 2021)
      We investigate the causal effect of education on spousal education using a sample of couples from the Health and Retirement Study. We estimate reduced-form linear matching functions derived from a parsimonious matching ...
    • The “Big Survey”: Decolonisation, Development and the First Wave of NGO Expansion in Africa after 1945 

      Cullen, P; McCorriston, S; Thompson, A (Routledge, 2021)
      This article sheds new light on NGO activity across Africa after the Second World War and the vital yet overlooked role played by non-state actors in the process of decolonisation. The International ...