Kenju Kamei
Kenju Kamei
Associate Professor in Economics, Durham University
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Public goods and voting on formal sanction schemes
L Putterman, JR Tyran, K Kamei
Journal of Public Economics 95 (9-10), 1213-1222, 2011
State or nature? Endogenous formal versus informal sanctions in the voluntary provision of public goods
K Kamei, L Putterman, JR Tyran
Experimental economics 18 (1), 38-65, 2015
Democracy and resilient pro-social behavioral change: an experimental study
K Kamei
Social Choice and Welfare 47 (2), 359-378, 2016
Play it again: Partner choice, reputation building and learning from finitely repeated dilemma games
K Kamei, L Putterman
The Economic Journal 127 (602), 1069-1095, 2017
Conditional punishment
K Kamei
Economics letters 124 (2), 199-202, 2014
In broad daylight: Fuller information and higher-order punishment opportunities can promote cooperation
K Kamei, L Putterman
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 120, 145-159, 2015
Group size effect and over-punishment in the case of third party enforcement of social norms
K Kamei
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 175, 395-412, 2020
The Democracy Effect: a weights-based identification strategy
P Dal Bó, A Foster, K Kamei
National Bureau of economic research, 2019
Endogenous reputation formation under the shadow of the future
K Kamei
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 142, 189-204, 2017
From locality to continent: A comment on the generalization of an experimental study
K Kamei
The Journal of Socio-Economics 41 (2), 207-210, 2012
Punishment can support cooperation even when punishable
T Fu, Y Ji, K Kamei, L Putterman
Economics Letters 154, 84-87, 2017
The power of joint decision-making in a finitely-repeated dilemma
K Kamei
Oxford economic papers 71 (3), 600-622, 2019
Promoting Competition or Helping the Less Endowed? Distributional Preferences and Collective Institutional Choices under Intragroup Inequality
K Kamei
Journal of Conflict Resolution 62 (3), 626-655, 2018
Altruistic norm enforcement and decision-making format in a dilemma: experimental evidence
K Kamei
Available at SSRN 2912543, 2017
Voluntary disclosure of information and cooperation in simultaneous-move economic interactions
K Kamei
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 171, 234-246, 2020
Cooperation and endogenous repetition in an infinitely repeated social dilemma
K Kamei
International Journal of Game Theory 48 (3), 797-834, 2019
Reputation transmission without benefit to the reporter: a behavioral underpinning of markets in experimental focus
K Kamei, L Putterman
Economic inquiry 56 (1), 158-172, 2018
Disapproval aversion or inflated inequity acceptance? The impact of expressing emotions in ultimatum bargaining
JI Chen, K Kamei
Experimental economics 21 (4), 836-857, 2018
The role of visibility on third party punishment actions for the enforcement of social norms
K Kamei
Economics letters 171, 193-197, 2018
Endogenous Monitoring Through Gossiping in an Infinitely Repeated Prisoner's Dilemma Game: Experimental Evidence
K Kamei, A Nesterov
Available at SSRN 3608749, 2020
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