David Kelsey    Research in Public Economics

  1. David Kelsey and Sara LeRoux, (2015), "Dragon Slaying with Ambiguity: Theory and Experiments" seminar, forthcoming Journal of Public Economic Theory.  

  2. David Kelsey, and Surajeet Chakravarty, (2015),   "Ambiguity and Accident Law", forthcoming Journal of Public Economic Theory.
     
  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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