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Publications

Embrey, Matthew, Guillaume R. Fréchette, and Sevgi Yuksel (2017), Cooperation in the Finitely Repeated Prisoner's Dilemma, Quarterly Journal of Economics, forthcoming. Additional material: Online Appendix (including instructions).

Dal Bó, Pedro and Guillaume R. Fréchette (2016), On the Determinants of Cooperation in Infinitely Repeated Games: A Survey, Journal of Economic Literature, forthcoming. Additional material: Online Appendix, Data.

Fréchette, Guillaume R. and Emanuel Vespa (2017), The Determinants of Voting in Multilateral Bargaining Games, Journal of the Economic Science Association, 3(1): 26-43. Additional material: Online Appendix (including instructions), Data.

Fréchette, Guillaume R., Andrew Schotter, and Isabel Treviño (2016), Personality, Information Acquisition and Choice under Uncertainty: An Experimental Study, Economic Inquiry, 55(3): 1468-1488. Additional material: Instructions, Data.

Fréchette, Guillaume R. and Sevgi Yuksel (2017), Infinitely Repeated Games in the Laboratory: Four Perspectives on Discounting and Random Termination, Experimental Economics, 20(2): 279-308. Additional material: Online Appendix (including instructions), Data.

Agranov, Marina, Guillaume R. Fréchette, Thomas Palfrey, and Emanuel Vespa (2016), Static and Dynamic Underinvestment: An Experimental Investigation, Journal of Public Economics, 143: 125-141. Additional material: Online Appendix (including instructions), Data.

Fréchette, Guillaume R. (2016), Experimental Economics Across Subject Populations, in The Handbook of Experimental Economics, vol 2., John H. Kagel and Alvin E. Roth (editors), Princeton University Press, pp: 435-480.

Embrey, Matthew, Guillaume R. Fréchette, and Steven F. Lehrer (2015), Bargaining and Reputation: Experimental Evidence on Bargaining in the Presence of Irrational Types, The Review of Economic Studies, 82(2): 608-631. Additional material: Online Appendix (including instructions), Data.

Fréchette, Guillaume R. (2015), Laboratory Experiments: Professionals versus Students, in Handbook of Experimental Economic Methodology, Guillaume R. Fréchette and Andrew Schotter (editors), Oxford University Press, pp: 360-390.

Fréchette, Guillaume R. (2012), Session-Effects in the Laboratory, Experimental Economics, 15(3): 485-498. Erratum: On top of page 493, I attribute the first use of the turnpike design to Cooper et al (1996). It had been used earlier by McKelvey and Palfrey in their paper "An Experimental Study of the Centipede Game" published in 1992 (Econometrica, 60(4): 803-836).

Fréchette, Guillaume R., John H. Kagel, and Massimo Morelli (2012), Pork Versus Public Goods: An Experimental Study of Public Good Provision Within a Legislative Bargaining Framework, Economic Theory, 49(3): 779-800. Additional material: Online Appendix (including instructions), Data.

Dal Bó, Pedro and Guillaume R. Fréchette (2011), The Evolution of Cooperation in Infinitely Repeated Games: Experimental Evidence, American Economic Review, 101(1): 411-429. Additional material: Online Appendix (including instructions), Data.

Fréchette, Guillaume R. (2009), Learning in a Multilateral Bargaining Game, Journal of Econometrics, 153(2): 183-195.

Aoyagi, Masaki and Guillaume R. Fréchette (2009), Collusion as Public Monitoring Becomes Noisy: Experimental Evidence, Journal of Economic Theory, 144(3): 1135-1165. Additional material: Data, Instructions, 2005 version with additional analysis of strategies.

Fréchette, Guillaume R., Francois Maniquet, and Massimo Morelli (2008), Incumbents' Interests, Voters' Bias and Gender Quotas, American Journal of Political Science, 52(4): 891-909. Additional material: 1997 Data, 2002 Data, 2007 Data, 2006 version with additional analysis of party bias and strategic behavior.

Fréchette, Guillaume R., Alvin E. Roth, and M. Utku Unver (2007), Unraveling Yields Inefficient Matchings: Evidence from Post-Season College Football Bowls, RAND Journal of Economics, 38(4): 967-982. Additional material: Online Appendix, Data.

Charness, Gary, Margarida Corominas-Bosch, and Guillaume R. Fréchette (2007), Bargaining and Network Structure: An Experiment, Journal of Economic Theory, 136(1): 28-65. Additional material: Data.

Charness, Gary, Cheng-Zhong Qin, and Guillaume R. Fréchette (2007), Endogenous Transfers in the Prisoner's Dilemma Game: An Experimental Test Of Cooperation And Coordination, Games and Economic Behavior, 60(2): 287-306. Additional material: Online Appendix (including instructions), Data.

Fréchette, Guillaume R., John H. Kagel, and Massimo Morelli (2005), Behavioral Identification in Coalitional Bargaining: An Experimental Analysis of Demand Bargaining and Alternating Offers, Econometrica, 73(6): 1893-1938. Additional material: Data, Instructions.

Fréchette, Guillaume R., John H. Kagel, and Massimo Morelli (2005), Nominal Bargaining Power, Selection Protocol, and Discounting in Legislative Bargaining, Journal of Public Economics, 89(8): 1497-1517. Additional material: Data, Instructions.

Fréchette, Guillaume R., John H. Kagel, and Massimo Morelli (2005), Gamson's Law versus Non-Cooperative Bargaining Theory, Games and Economic Behavior, 51(2): 365-390. Additional material: Data, Instructions.

Charness, Gary, Guillaume R. Fréchette, and John H. Kagel (2004), How Robust is Laboratory Gift Exchange?, Experimental Economics, 7(2): 189-205. Additional material: Data, Instructions.

Fréchette, Guillaume R., John H. Kagel, and Steven F. Lehrer (2003), Bargaining in Legislatures: An Experimental Investigation of Open versus Closed Amendment Rules, American Political Science Review, 97(2): 221-232. Additional material: Data, Instructions.

Working Papers

An Experimental Study of Imperfect Public Monitoring: Efficiency versus Renegotiation-Proofness (with Matthew Embrey and Ennio Stacchetti). Additional material: Online Appendix (including instructions).

Frictions in a Competitive, Regulated Market: Evidence from Taxis (with Alessandro Lizzeri and Tobias Salz).

Strategy Choice In The Infinitely Repeated Prisoners Dilemma (with Pedro Dal Bó). Additional material: Online Appendix (including instructions).

The Impact of Monitoring in Infinitely Repeated Games: Perfect, Public, and Private (with Masaki Aoyagi and V. Bhaskar). Additional material: Instructions.