David Kelsey    Research in Public Economics

  1. David Kelsey and Sara LeRoux, (2017), "Dragon Slaying with Ambiguity: Theory and Experiments", seminar, Journal of Public Economic Theory, 19, 178197.
     
  2. David Kelsey, and Surajeet Chakravarty, (2017),   "Ambiguity and Accident Law",, Journal of Public Economic Theory, 19, 178-197.
     
  3. 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.

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

  5. David Kelsey with Al. Schepanski (1991) "Regret and Disappointment in Taxpayer Reporting Decisions: An Experimental Approach" Journal of Behavioural Decision Making, 4, 33-53.  
  6. 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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

 

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