Dmitry Ryvkin

Associate Professor
Department of Economics
267 Bellamy Building
Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL 32306-2180

Tel.: +1 (850) 644-7209
E-mail: dryvkin@fsu.edu
Web-page: http://mailer.fsu.edu/~dryvkin


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Florida State University

Department of Economics

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Research interests

Microeconomic theory, experimental economics, economic psychology

Publications

Brookins, P., Lucas, A., Ryvkin, D. Reducing within-group overconfidence through group identity and between-group confidence judgments. Journal of Economic Psychology, 44, 1-12, 2014 [link].

Brookins, P., Ryvkin, D. An experimental study of bidding in contests of incomplete information. Experimental Economics, 17(2), 245-261, 2014 [link].

Ryvkin, D. Heterogeneity of players and aggregate effort in contests. Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 22(4), 728-743, 2013 [link].

Pevnitskaya, S., Ryvkin, D. Experimental studies of games with dynamic public bads. In Analyzing Global Environmental Issues: Theoretical and Experimental Applications and Their Policy Implications, A. Rapoport and A. Dinar (eds.), pp. 89-102, Routledge 2013.

Ryvkin, D. Contests with doping, Journal of Sports Economics, 14(3), 253-275, 2013 [link].

Pevnitskaya, S., Ryvkin, D. Environmental context and termination uncertainty in games with a dynamic public bad. Environment and Development Economics, 18(01), 27-49, 2013 [link].

Ryvkin, D., Krajč, M., Ortmann, A. Are the unskilled doomed to remain unaware? Journal of Economic Psychology, 33(5), 1012-1031, 2012 [link].

Ryvkin, D., Serra, D. How corruptible are you? Bribery under uncertainty, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 81(2), 466-477, 2012 [link].

Ryvkin, D. The optimal sorting of players in contests between groups, Games and Economic Behavior, 73(2), 564-572, 2011 [link].

Ryvkin, D. Fatigue in dynamic tournaments, Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 20(4), 1011-1041, 2011 [link].

Pevnitskaya, S., Ryvkin, D. Behavior in a dynamic environment with costs of climate change and heterogeneous technologies: an experiment. In Research in Experimental Economics, Vol. 14 (edited by R.M. Isaac and D. Norton), Emerald, 115-150, 2011 [link].

Ryvkin, D. Contests with private costs: beyond two players, European Journal of Political Economy, 26(4), 558-567, 2010 [link].

Ryvkin, D. The selection efficiency of tournaments, European Journal of Operational Research, 206(3), 667-675, 2010 [link].

Holcombe, R.G., Ryvkin, D. Policy errors in executive and legislative decision-making, Public Choice, 144(1-2), 37-51, 2010 [link].

Ryvkin, D. Tournaments of weakly heterogeneous players, Journal of Public Economic Theory, 11(5), 819-855, 2009 [link].

Cojuharenco, I., Ryvkin, D. Peak-End Rule versus Average utility: how utility aggregation affects evaluations of experiences, Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 52(5), 328-337, 2008 [link].

Ryvkin, D., Ortmann, A. The predictive power of three prominent tournament formats, Management Science, 54(3), 492-504, 2008 [link].

Ryvkin, D. Tullock contests of weakly heterogeneous players, Public Choice, 132(1-2), 49-64, 2007 [link].

Working papers (manuscripts are linked or available upon request)

An experimental study of sorting in group contests (with P. Brookins and J. Lightle) [link]

Strive to be first and avoid being last: An experiment on relative performance incentives (with L. Balafoutas, G. Dutcher, F. Lindner and M. Sutter) [link]

Priming the charitable pump: An experimental investigation of two-stage raffles (with S. Goerg and J. Lightle) [link]

Does competition among public officials reduce corruption? An experiment (with D. Serra) [link]

The optimal allocation of prizes in tournaments of heterogeneous players (with L. Balafoutas, G. Dutcher and F. Lindner) [link]

The chicken or the egg: An experimental study of democracy survival, income, and inequality (with A. Semykina) [link]

Rewards and punishments in bargaining (with S. Pevnitskaya) [link]

Locus of control in reward and punishment decisions (with S. Pevnitskaya)

The effect of access to clean technology on pollution reduction: an experiment (with S. Pevnitskaya)

The default of special financing districts: evidence from California (with A. Racheva and A. Semykina)


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