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Galeotti Fabio

CNRS Research Scientist

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Last update : 13 December 2018


Research Interests

Fabio’s fields of interest are in the areas of behavioral and experimental economics. Current research interests include dishonest and cheating behavior, the behavioral economics of the workplace, and bargaining behavior.


12. Dai, Z., F. Galeotti, and MC. Villeval "Fare-Dodging in the Lab and the Moral Cost of Dishonesty", Accepted for publication in A.Bucciol, N.Montinari [eds.], Dishonesty in Behavioral Economics, Elsevier, 2019.

11. Galeotti F., M. Motero, M., and A. Poulsen (forthcoming) "Efficiency versus Equality in Bargaining", Journal of the European Economic Association (CNRS rank : 1).

10. Galeotti F., and D.J. Zizzo (2018), “Identifying voter preferences : The trade-off between honesty and competence”, European Economic Review, 105, 27-50 (CNRS rank : 1).

9. Dai, Z., F. Galeotti, and MC. Villeval (2018), "Cheating in the Lab Predicts Fraud in the Field : An Experiment in Public Transportations", Management Science, 64 (3), 1081–1100 (CNRS rank : 1eg).

8. Galeotti, F., Kline R., and R. Orsini (2017), “When Foul Play Seems Fair : Exploring the Link Between Just Deserts and Honesty”, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 142, 451–467 (CNRS rank : 2).

7. Dai, Z., F. Galeotti, and MC. Villeval (2017), "The Efficiency of Crackdowns : A Lab-in-the-Field Experiment in Public Transportations". Theory and Decision, 82, 249–271 (CNRS rank : 2).

6. Dragone, D., F. Galeotti, and. R. Orsini (2017), “Non-Monetary Feedback Induces more Cooperation : Students and Workers in a Voluntary Contribution Mechanism".Revue Economique, 5, 55–71 (CNRS rank : 2).

5. Loheac, Y., H. Alia, C. Bazart, M.A. Bchir, S. Blondel, M. Bonescu, A. Bornier, J. Brouard, N. Chappe, F. Cochard, A. Flage, F. Galeotti et al. (2017). "Mise en place d’une expérience avec le grand public : entre recherche, vulgarisation et pédagogie". Revue Economique, 5, 193-206 (CNRS rank : 2).

4. Dragone, D., F. Galeotti, and. R. Orsini (2015), “Students, Temporary Workers and Co-op Workers : An Experimental Investigation on Social Preferences”, Games, 2, 79-123 (CNRS rank : Nouvelles revues).

3. Galeotti, F. (2015), "Do Negative Emotions Explain Punishment in Power-to-Take Game Experiments ?", Journal of Economic Psychology, 49, 1–14 (CNRS rank : 2). This version fully supersedes the earlier one circulated as “On the Robustness of Emotions and Behavior in a Power-to-take Game Experiment”, CBESS-13-07 Working Paper.

2. Galeotti, F., and Zizzo, D. J. (2014). What Happens if You Single Out ? An Experiment. Social Choice and Welfare, 43(3), 703-729 (CNRS rank : 1).

1. Galeotti, F. (2013) ’’An Experiment on Waiting Time and Punishing Behavior’’, Economics Bulletin, 33(2), 1383-1389 (CNRS rank : 3).

Working Papers

  • Galeotti, F., M. Motero, and A. Poulsen (2017), "The Attraction and Compromise Effects in Bargaining : Experimental Evidence", CBESS Discussion Paper 17-04 (submitted).
  • Galeotti, F., V. Maggian, and M.C. Villeval "Fraud Deterrence Institutions Decrease Intrinsic Honesty", manuscript available upon request (submitted).

Work in Progress

  • Kline, R., Galeotti, F. and R. Orsini "Violations of Meritocracy Induce Corruption : Cross-National Experimental and Survey Evidence" (manuscript under preparation)
  • Galeotti, F. "The Role of Empathy in a Power-to-take Experiment" (manuscript under preparation)
  • Galeotti, F., M. Motero, and A. Poulsen "When do Two Bargainers Decide to Flip a Coin ?" (manuscript under preparation)
  • Galeotti, F., and M.C. Villeval "Cheating, Feedback and Competition" (manuscript under preparation)
  • Galeotti, F. and D.J. Zizzo "Evaluating the Trade-Off Between Political Preferences and Politican Quality in Voting Decisions" (data collection in progress)
  • Galeotti, F., A. Poulsen, and M.C. Villeval "Bargaining Aversion" (in design phase)
  • Galeotti, F., C. Saucet, and M.C. Villeval "Motivated memory and cheating" (data collection in progress)
  • Galeotti, F., and A. Zylbersztejn "From the Field to the Lab" (in design phase)

GATE-LAB seminars (BEERS, GATE-LAB, Behavioral Ethics seminars)

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