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David Gill

David Gill

Associate Professor

Education

Ph.D. University of Oxford, 2005

CV

 

David Gill is an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at Purdue University.

You can find David's C.V., publications and full contact information at http://web.ics.purdue.edu/~gill53.

David is a microeconomist who uses game theory and experiments to understand how people and firms behave. David's research has been published in journals such as the American Economic Review, the Journal of Political Economy and the Journal of Economic Theory.

Before coming to Purdue, David worked at the University of Oxford and the University of Southampton. At Oxford, David was Associate Professor in the Department of Economics and the Roger Van Noorden Fellow at Hertford College.

Research interests: Behavioral Economics, Experimental Economics, Labor, Industrial Organization.

Forthcoming Publications

  • Gill, D. & Kissova, Z. & Lee, J. and Prowse, V. First-place loving and last-place loathing: How rank in the distribution of performance affects effort provision. Management Science, | Related Website |

Journal Articles

  • Gill, D. & Prowse, V. (2016). Cognitive ability, character skills, and learning to play equilibrium: A level-k analysis. Journal of Political Economy, | Related Website |
  • Gill, D. & Thanassoulis, J. (2016). Competition in posted prices with stochastic discounts. Economic Journal, | Related Website |
  • Gill, D. & Stone, R. (2015). Desert and inequity aversion in teams. Journal of Public Economics, | Related Website |
  • Gill, D. & Prowse, V. (2014). Gender differences and dynamics in competition: The role of luck. Quantitative Economics, | Related Website |
  • Gill, D. & Prowse, V. & Vlassopoulos, M. (2013). Cheating in the workplace: An experimental study of the impact of bonuses and productivity. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, | Related Website |
  • Gill, D. & Prowse, V. (2012). A structural analysis of disappointment aversion in a real effort competition. American Economic Review, | Related Website |
  • Gill, D. & Sgroi, D. (2012). The optimal choice of pre-launch reviewer. Journal of Economic Theory, | Related Website |
  • Gill, D. & Stone, R. (2010). Fairness and desert in tournaments. Games and Economic Behavior, | Related Website |
  • Gill, D. & Thanassoulis, J. (2009). The impact of bargaining on markets with price takers: Too many bargainers spoil the broth. European Economic Review, | Related Website |
  • Gill, D. (2008). Strategic disclosure of intermediate research results. Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, | Related Website |
  • Gill, D. & Sgroi, D. (2008). Sequential decisions with tests. Games and Economic Behavior, | Related Website |
  • Gill, D. & Lipsmeyer, C. (2005). Soft money and hard choices: Why political parties might legislate against soft money donations. Public Choice, | Related Website |
  • Gill, D. & Sgroi, D. (2004). Sequential decision-making and asymmetric equilibria: An application to takeovers. B.E. Journal of Theoretical Economics, | Related Website |

Contact

gill53@purdue.edu
Office: RAWL 4023

Quick links

Personal website

Area(s) of Expertise

Economics, Microeconomics, Experimental Economics, Game theory