David Kelsey    Publications in Refereed Journals

  1. David Kelsey and Sara LeRoux, (2015), "Strategic Ambiguity and Decision-Making: An Experimental Study" Theory and Decision, forthcoming seminar.
     
  2. David Kelsey and Sara LeRoux, (2017), "Dragon Slaying with Ambiguity: Theory and Experiments", seminar, Journal of Public Economic Theory, 19, 178197.
     
  3. David Kelsey, and Surajeet Chakravarty, (2017),   "Ambiguity and Accident Law",, Journal of Public Economic Theory, 19, 178-197.
     
  4. David Kelsey Jürgen Eichberger and Simon Grant (2016), "Randomization and Dynamic Consistency",   Economic Theory,   3,  547-566. working paper,   seminar .
     
  5. David Kelsey and Sara LeRoux, (2015), " An Experimental Study on the Effect of Ambiguity in a Coordination Game", Theory and Decision   forthcoming   seminar .
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  6. David Kelsey, and Surajeet Chakravarty, (2015), "Sharing Ambiguous Risks",   Journal of Mathematical Economics, 56, 1-8.
     
  7. David Kelsey and Jürgen Eichberger (2014),   "Optimism and Pessimism in Games",   International Economic Review 55, 483-505   working paper .
     
  8. David Kelsey, Jim Ford and Wei Pang , (2012) "Ambiguity in Financial Markets: Herding and Contrarian Behaviour",
      Theory and Decision, 75, 1-15.

  9. David Kelsey Jürgen Eichberger and Simon Grant (2012), "When is Ambiguity Attitude Constant?"     Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 45, 239-263..

  10. David Kelsey, Jürgen Eichberger, Simon Grant and Gleb Koshevoy, (2011), "The a-MEU model: A Comment",    Journal of Economic Theory, 146, 1684-1698.

  11. David Kelsey, and Jürgen Eichberger, (2011) "Are the Tresures of Game Theory Ambiguous?", Economic Theory, 48, 313-339.
     
  12. David Kelsey and Frank Milne (2010), "Takeovers and Cooperatives" Journal of Economics, 99, 193-209.
     
  13. David Kelsey, Jürgen Eichberger and Simon Grant, (2010),   "Comparing Three Ways to Update Choquet Beleifs"   working paper, Economics Letters,   107, 91-94.
     
  14. David Kelsey, Roman Kozhan and Wei Pang (2011), "Asymmetric Momentum Effects Under Uncertainty"   Review of Finance 15, 603-631.
     
  15. David Kelsey and Wei Pang (2010), "How Productive is Optimism?" Economics Bulletin, 30,193-209
     
  16. David Kelsey, Jürgen Eichberger and Burkhard Schipper, (2009) " Ambiguity and Social Interaction", Oxford Economic Papers, , 61, 355-379.
     
  17. David Kelsey and Frank Milne (2008), "Market Distorsions and Corporate Governance" Journal of Public Economic Theory, 10, 1115-1141.
     
  18. David Kelsey, Jürgen Eichberger and Burkhard Schipper, (2008) "Granny Versus Game Theorist: An Experimental Test of Ambiguity in Games", Theory and Decision, 64, 333-362.
     
  19. David Kelsey, Jürgen Eichberger and Simon Grant (2008) "Differentiating Ambiguity: An Expository Note", Economic Theory 2008, 38, 327-336.
     
  20. David Kelsey, Jürgen Eichberger and Simon Grant (2007) "Updating Choquet Beliefs", Journal of Mathematical Economics 43, 888-899, 2007.
     
  21. David Kelsey, and Erkan Yalcin (2007) "The Arbitrage Pricing Theorem with Incomplete Preferences", Mathemtical Social Sciences forthcoming
     
  22. David Kelsey and Frank Milne (2006) "Externalities, Monopoly and the Objective Function of the Firm," Economic Theory, 2006, 29, 565-589.  

  23. David Kelsey, Jürgen Eichberger and Ralph Bailey (2005) "Ambiguity and Public Good Provision in Large Societies,"
    Journal of Public Economic Theory, 2005, 7, 741-759.

  24. David Kelsey and Jürgen Eichberger and Simon Grant (2005) "CEU Preferences and Dynamic Consistency," Mathematical Social Sciences, 2005, 49, 143-151.

  25. David Kelsey and Jürgen Eichberger (2004) "Sequential 2-Player Games with Ambiguity" International Economic Review, 2004, 45, 1229-1261  

  26. David Kelsey and Willy Spanjers (2004) "Ambiguity in Partnerships", Economic Journal, 114, 528-546.  

  27. David Kelsey and Jürgen Eichberger (2002) "Strategic Complements Substitutes and Ambiguity" Journal of Economic Theory, 2002, 106, 436-466.  

  28. David Kelsey and Jürgen Eichberger (2000) Non-Additive Beliefs and Strategic Equilibria" Games and Economic Behaviour, 2000, 30, 183-215.
     
  29. David Kelsey and Jürgen Eichberger (1999) "E-Capacities and the Ellsberg Paradox," (with Jürgen Eichberger), Theory and Decision, 1999, 46, 107-138.

  30. David Kelsey and Frank Milne (1999) "Induced Preferences, Non-Additive Probabilities and Multiple Priors" International Economic Review, 40, 455-477.  

  31. David Kelsey and Frank Milne (1997) Induced Preferences, Dynamic Consistency and Dutch Books, (with Frank Milne) Economica, 64, 471-81.

  32. David Kelsey and Jürgen Eichberger (1996) "Uncertainty Aversion and Preference for Randomisation " Journal of Economic Theory, 71, 31-43.
     
  33. David Kelsey and Jürgen Eichberger (1996) "Uncertainty Aversion and Dynamic Consistency " International Economic Review, 37, 625-640.
     
  34. David Kelsey (1996), "The Concept of Uncertainty", Greek Economic Review , 17, 61-82.

  35. David Kelsey and Frank Milne (1996) "The Existence of Equilibrium and the Objective Function of the Firm" Journal of Mathematical Economics, 25, 229-245.
     
  36. David Kelsey and Frank Milne (1995) "The Arbitrage Pricing Theorem with Non-Expected Utility Preferences" Journal of Economic Theory, 65, 557-574.
     
  37. David Kelsey (1995) "Dutch Book Arguments and Learning in a Non-Expected Utility Framework," International Economic Review, 1984, 36, 187-206.
     
  38. David Kelsey (1994) "Maxmin Expected Utility and Weight of Evidence," Oxford Economic Papers, 46, 425-444.,
     
  39. David Kelsey (1993) "Choice Under Partial Uncertainty", International Economic Review, 34, 297-308.
     
  40. David Kelsey and John Quiggin (1992) "Theories of Choice Under Ignorance and Uncertainty" Journal of Economic Surveys, 6, 133-153.
     
  41. David Kelsey (1992) "Risk and Risk Aversion for State-Dependent Utility" , Theory and Decision, 33, 71-82.
     
  42. David Kelsey with Gerry Nordquist (1991) "A More General Measure of Risk Aversion when Utility is State-Dependent" Oxford Economic Papers, 43, 55-74.
     
  43. David Kelsey with Al. Schepanski (1991) "Regret and Disappointment in Taxpayer Reporting Decisions: An Experimental Approach" Journal of Behavioural Decision Making, 4, 33-53.  
  44. David Kelsey with Al. Schepanski (1990) "Testing for Framing Effects in Taxpayer Compliance Decisions", (with A. Schepanski) Journal of the American Taxation Association, 12, 60-77.

  45. David Kelsey (1988), "What is Responsible for the Paretian Epidemic?", Social Choice and Welfare, 5, 303-306.

  46. David Kelsey (1988), "The Economics of Chaos", Oxford Economic Papers, 40, 1-31, Reprinted in F. Hahn (ed.), The Economics of Missing Markets, Information and Games, OUP.

  47. David Kelsey (1988), "Policies to Achieve a Better Distribution of Income", Oxford Economic Papers, 40, 577-583.

  48. David Kelsey (1987), "Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for an Ostrogorski Paradox", Mathematical Social Sciences, 14, 161-174, (with R. Deb).

  49. David Kelsey (1987), "The Role of Information in Social Welfare Judgements", Oxford Economic Papers , 39, 301-317.

  50. David Kelsey (1986), "Utility and the Individual: An Analysis of Internal Conflicts", Social Choice and Welfare , 3, 77-87.

  51. David Kelsey (1985), "Acyclic Choice and Group Veto", Social Choice and Welfare , 2, 131-137.

  52. David Kelsey (1985), "The Liberal Paradox: A Generalisation", Social Choice and Welfare , 1, 245-250.

  53. David Kelsey (1984), "The Structure of Social Decision Functions",Mathematical Social Sciences , 8, 241-252.

  54. David Kelsey (1984), "Acyclic Choice without the Pareto Principle," Review of Economic Studies, LI, 693-699.
     

 

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