Weekly Top 5 Papers – September 25, 2015


1. A Brief Introduction to the Basics of Game Theory by Matthew O. Jackson (Stanford University – Department of Economics)

2. Users’ Patronage: The Return of the Gift in the ‘Crowd Society’ by Giancarlo F. Frosio (Stanford Law School)

3. What Doesn’t Kill You Will Only Make You More Risk-Loving: Early-Life Disasters and CEO Behavior by Gennaro Bernile (Singapore Management University – Lee Kong Chian School of Business), Vineet Bhagwat (University of Oregon) and P. Raghavendra Rau (University of Cambridge)

4. The Principle of the Malevolent Hiding Hand; or, the Planning Fallacy Writ Large by Bent Flyvbjerg (University of Oxford – Said Business School) and Cass R. Sunstein (Harvard Law School)

5. At the Heart of Morality Lies Neuro-Visceral Integration: Lower Cardiac Vagal Tone Predicts Utilitarian Moral Judgment by Gewnhi Park (Inje University), Andreas Kappes (University of Oxford), Yeojin Rho (Claremont Colleges – Claremont Graduate University) and Jay J Van Bavel (New York University (NYU))