• English
  • Italiano
Ruffle, Bradley J.

Selected publications

  • Kaplan, Todd R. and Bradley J. Ruffle (forthcoming) “Which Way to Cooperate?” Economic Journal. [Article]
  • Kaplan, Todd R. and Bradley J. Ruffle (2009) "In search of welfare-improving gifts," European Economic Review, 53, 445-460. [Article]
  • Normann, Hans-Theo, Bradley J. Ruffle and Christopher M. Snyder (2007) "Do Buyer-Size Discounts Depend on the Curvature of the Surplus Function? Experimental Tests of Bargaining Models", RAND Journal of Economics, 38:3, 747-767. [Article]
  • Ruffle, Bradley J. and Richard Sosis (2007) "Does it Pay to Pray? Costly Ritual and Cooperation," The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, Vol. 7: Iss. 1 (Contributions), Article 18. [Article]
  • Ruffle, Bradley J. and Ze'ev Shtudiner (2006) "99: Are Retailers Best Responding to Rational Consumers? Experimental Evidence," Managerial and Decision Economics, 27:6, 459-475. [Article],  [Discussion of Future Research].
  • Ruffle, Bradley J. and Richard Sosis (2006) "Cooperation and the In-Group-Out-Group Bias: A Field Test on Israeli Kibbutz Members and City Residents," Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 60:2, 147-163. [Article]
  • Ruffle, Bradley J. (2005) "Tax and Subsidy Incidence Equivalence Theories: Experimental Evidence from Competitive Markets," Journal of Public Economics, 89:8, 1519-1542. [Article]
  • Sosis, Richard and Bradley J. Ruffle (2004) “Reply: Religious Ritual and Cooperation," Current Anthropology, 45:4, 529-530.
  • Sosis, Richard and Bradley J. Ruffle (2004) "Ideology, Religion and the Evolution of Cooperation: Field Experiments on Israeli Kibbutzim," Research in Economic Anthropology, 23, 89-117.
  • Kaplan, Todd R. and Bradley J. Ruffle (2004) "The Self-Serving Bias and Beliefs about Rationality," Economic Inquiry, 42:2, 237-246. [Article]
  • Sosis, Richard H. and Bradley J. Ruffle (2003) “Religious Ritual and Cooperation: Testing for a Relationship on Israeli Religious and Secular Kibbutzim," Current Anthropology, 44:5, 713-722. [Article]
  • Tykocinski, Orit E. and Bradley J. Ruffle (2003) "Reasonable Reasons for Waiting," Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 16, 1-11. [Article]
  • Ruffle, Bradley J. (2003) "Competitive Equilibrium and Classroom Pit-Market Experiments," Journal of Economic Education, 34:2, 123-137. [Article],  [Accompanying Materials]
  • Ruffle, Bradley J. (2000) "Some Factors Affecting Demand Withholding in Posted-Offer Markets," Economic Theory, 16:3, 529-544. [Article],  [Uncut Version]
  • Ruffle, Bradley J. and Orit Tykocinski (March 2000) "The Deadweight Loss of Christmas: Comment," American Economic Review, 90:1, 319-324. [Article],  [Unpublished Version],  [Appendices].
  • Ruffle, Bradley J. (1999) "Gift Giving with Emotions," Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 39:4, 399-420. [Article]
  • Ruffle, Bradley J. (1998) "More Is Better, But Fair Is Fair: Tipping in Dictator and Ultimatum Games," Games and Economic Behavior, 23, 247-265. [Article]
  • Kaplan, Todd and Bradley Ruffle (Spring 1998) "Self-Serving Bias [Comment]," Journal of Economic Perspectives, 12:2, 243-244. [Article]

Papers under review

  • "Are Good-Looking People more Employable?" with Ze'ev Shtudiner. [Article]
  • "Do religious contexts elicit more trust and altruism? An experiment on Facebook,” with Richard Sosis. [Article]
  • "The Strategies Behind their Actions: A New Method to Infer Repeated-Game Strategies and an Application to Buyer Behavior", with Jim Engle-Warnick. [Article]
  • "Buyer Concentration as a Source of Countervailing Power: Evidence from Experimental Posted-Offer Markets," with Jim Engle-Warnick. [Article]
  • "Are Income and Consumption Taxes Ever Really Equivalent? Evidence from a Real-Effort Experiment," with Tomer Blumkin and Yosef Ganun. [Article]
  • "When Do Large Buyers Pay Less? Experimental Evidence". [Article]



Ben Gurion University, Department of Economics

The Department of Economics, with 25 full-time faculty members actively engaged in research, teaches around 1000 students in programs leading to BA, MA and PhD degrees in economics. Undergraduate studies in economics can be combined with programs in business administration, accounting, and computer...


Kaplan, Todd R.

Journal publications "Learning Unethical Practices from a Co-worker: The Peer Effect of...

Upcoming events

No events in the list.