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Elisabet Rutström

Title: Visiting Professor School/office: Örebro University School of Business

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Phone: +46 19 303000

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About Elisabet Rutström

I am an Experimental Economist studying individual decision making and interactive group behaviors. I am the Program Director of Field Experiments at the Center for Economic Analysis of Risk at the Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University. I am also a Guest Professor at the Economics Department at Örebro University and an Affiated Professor at the Economics Department at the Stockholm School of Economics. Orcid ID 0000-0001-8616-3318

Publications

Publications

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Articles in journals

Andersen, S. , Cox, J. C. , Harrison, G. W. , Lau, M. I. , Rutström, E. & Sadiraj, V. (2018). Asset Integration and Attitudes toward Risk: Theory and Evidence. Review of Economics and Statistics, 100 (5), 816-830.
Andersen, S. , Harrison, G. W. , Lau, M. I. & Rutström, E. (2018). Multiattribute Utility Theory, Intertemporal Utility, and Correlation Aversion. International Economic Review, 59 (2), 537-555.
Dixit, V. V. , Ortmann, A. , Rutström, E. & Ukkusuri, S. V. (2017). Experimental Economics and choice in transportation: Incentives and context. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, 77, 161-184.
Dixit, V. V. , Harb, R. C. , Martínez-Correa, J. & Rutström, E. (2015). Measuring risk aversion to guide transportation policy: Contexts, incentives, and respondents. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 80, 15-34.
Andersen, S. , Harrison, G. W. , Lau, M. I. & Rutström, E. (2014). Discounting behavior: A reconsideration. European Economic Review, 71, 15-33.
Andersen, S. , Harrison, G. W. , Lau, M. I. & Rutström, E. (2014). Dual criteria decisions. Journal of Economic Psychology, 41, 101-113.
Andersen, S. , Fountain, J. , Harrison, G. W. & Rutström, E. (2014). Estimating subjective probabilities. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 48 (3), 207-229.
Dixit, V. V. , Harrison, G. W. & Rutström, E. (2014). Estimating the subjective risks of driving simulator accidents. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 62, 63-78.
Andersen, S. , Harrison, G. W. , Lau, M. I. & Rutström, E. (2013). Discounting behaviour and the magnitude effect: Evidence from a field experiment in Denmark. Economica, 80 (320), 670-697.
Harrison, G. W. , Lau, M. I. , Rutström, E. & Tarazona-Gómez, M. (2013). Preferences over social risk. Oxford Economic Papers, 65 (1), 25-46.
Andersen, S. , Fountain, J. , Harrison, G. W. , Hole, A. R. & Rutström, E. (2012). Inferring beliefs as subjectively imprecise probabilities. Theory and Decision, 73 (1), 161-184.
Coller, M. , Harrison, G. W. & Rutström, E. (2012). Latent process heterogeneity in discounting behavior. Oxford Economic Papers, 64 (2), 375-391.
Andersen, S. , Harrison, G. W. , Hole, A. R. , Lau, M. I. & Rutström, E. (2012). Non-linear mixed logit. Theory and Decision, 73 (1), 77-96.
Chakravarty, S. , Harrison, G. W. , Haruvy, E. E. & Rutström, E. (2011). Are you risk averse over other people's money?. Southern Economic Journal, 77 (4), 901-913.
Harrison, G. W. , Haruvy, E. E. & Rutström, E. (2011). Remarks on virtual world and virtual reality experiments. Southern Economic Journal, 78 (1), 87-94.
Andersen, S. , Harrison, G. W. , Lau, M. L. & Rutström, E. (2008). Risk aversion in game shows. Research in Experimental Economics, 12, 359-404.
Harrison, G. W. & Rutström, E. (2008). Risk aversion in the laboratory. Research in Experimental Economics, 12, 41-196.
Van Boening, M. , Blackstone, T. F. , McKee, M. & Rutström, E. (2006). Benefit packages and individual behavior: Choices over discrete goods with multiple attributes. Managerial and Decision Economics, 27 (6), 511-526.
Harrison, G. W. & Rutström, E. (2006). Eliciting subjective beliefs about mortality risk orderings. Environmental and Resource Economics, 33 (3), 325-346.
Harrison, G. W. , Johnson, E. , McInnes, M. M. & Rutström, E. (2005). Risk aversion and incentive effects: Comment. The American Economic Review, 95 (3), 897-901.
Harrison, G. W. & Rutström, E. (1991). Trade Wars, Trade Negotiations and Applied Game Theory. Economic Journal, 101 (406), 420-435.
Harrison, G. W. , Hoffman, E. , Rutström, E. & Spitzer, M. L. (1987). Coasian Solutions to the Externality Problem in Experimental Markets. Economic Journal, 97 (386), 388-402.

Chapters in books

Harrison, G. W. , Lau, M. I. & Rutström, E. (2015). Theory, Experimental Design, and Econometrics Are Complementary (And So Are Lab and Field Experiments). In: Guillaume R. Fréchette and Andrew Schotter, Handbook of Experimental Economic Methodology (pp. 296-338). New York: Oxford University Press.
George, J. G. , Johnson, L. T. & Rutström, E. (2007). Social preferences in the face of regulatory change. In: Todd L. Cherry, Stephan Kroll and Jason F. Shogren, Environmental Economics, Experimental Methods (pp. 293-306). London: Routledge.

Conference papers

Dixit, V. V. , Harb, R. C. , Martínez-Correa, J. & Rutström, E. (2013). Measuring Risk Aversion to Guide Policy: Naturalistic Tasks and Respondents. Paper presented at 2013 Regional ESA Conference, Hotel Paradox, Santa Cruz, California, USA, October 24-26, 2013.

Reports

Andersen, S. , Cox, J. , Harrison, G. W. , Lau, M. I. , Rutström, E. & Sadiraj, V. (2017). Asset Integration and Attitudes to Risk: Theory and Evidence. Experimental Economics Center, Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, Georgia State University (Experimental Economics Center Working Paper Series 2012-12).
George, J. G. , Harisson, G. W. & Rutström, E. (2015). Behavioral Responses towards Risk Mitigation: An Experiment with Wild Fire Risks. Georgia State University (Center for the Economic Analysis of Risk, Working Papers WP 2015/04).
Harb, R. C. , Rutström, E. & Xanthopoulos, P. (2015). Putting Your Money Where Your Mouth Is: Do Drivers Who Avoid Roads That Are Priced Favor Road Pricing?. Atlanta: Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University (Dean's Behavioral Economics Laboratory Working Paper Series 1502).
Harrison, G. W. , Johnson, J. M. & Rutström, E. (2015). Risk Perceptions in the Virtual Wilderness. Georgia State University (Center for the Economics Analysis of Risk, Working Papers WP 2015/03).
Rutström, E. , Dixit, V. V. , Harb, R. C. , Harrison, G. W. & Radwan, A. E. (2014). Handbook for conducting augmented randomized controlled trials for evidence based analysis of congestion pricing proposals. Atlanta: Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University (Dean’s Behavioral Economics Laboratory Working Paper 1401).
Andersen, S. , Dixit, V. K. , Martínez-Correa, J. & Rutström, E. (2014). When the Field Is Not Enough: Using Complementary Field and Lab Experiments to Investigate Congestion Pricing Responses. Atlanta: Center for the Economics Analysis of Risk (CEAR), Georgia State University (Dean's Behavioral Economics Laboratory Working Paper Series 1401).
Harrison, G. W. , Lau, M. I. & Rutström, E. (2013). Identifying Time Preferences With Experiments: Comment. Georgia State University (Center for the Economics Analysis of Risk, Working Papers WP 2013 WP 2013/09).
Dixit, V. V. , Harb, R. C. , Harrison, G. W. , Marco, D. M. , Mard, M. S. , Radwan, A. E. , Rutström, E. & Schneider, M. P. (2010). Review of Congestion Pricing Experiences. .
Harisson, G. W. , Lau, M. I. & Rutström, E. (2010). Theory, Experimental Design and Econometrics Are Complementary (And So Are Lab and Field Experiments). Experimental Economics Center, Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, Georgia State University (Experimental Economics Center Working Paper Series 2010-10).