You've Earned It: Estimating the Impact of Human Capital on Social Preferences, forthcoming in Experimental Economics
Joint with Edward Miguel and Vera te Velde
Online Appendix

Using Economic Experiments to Measure Informal Institutions, in Institutions, Property Rights, and Economic Growth: the Legacy of Douglass North, Cambridge University Press, edited by Sebastian Galiani and Itai Sened, 2014

Equity vs. Efficiency vs. Self-Interest, Experimental Economics, 2013, 16(2): 208-221
Experimental Instructions

Social Preferences and Fairness Norms as Informal Institutions:  Experimental Evidence, American Economic Review:  Papers and Proceedings, 2011, 101(3):  509-513

Microfinance Games, American Economic Journal:  Applied Economics, 2010, 2(3):  60-95
Joint with Dean Karlan, Xavier Giné, and Jonathan Morduch

Working Papers:
The Distributional Preferences of Americans
Earlier version appears as NBER Working Paper #20145
Joint with Raymond Fisman and Shachar Kariv
Online Appendix
August 2014

How Did Distributional Preferences Change During the Great Recession?
NBER Working Paper #20146
Joint with Raymond Fisman and Shachar Kariv
Appendix I   Appendix II   Appendix III
Revised November 2013
Featured on "The Recession Made Us All More Selfish"

Does Africa Need a Rotten Kin Theorem? Experimental Evidence from Village Economies
Earlier version appears as World Bank Policy Research Working Paper #6085
Joint with Owen Ozier
Online Appendix
Revised August 2014
Featured on the World Bank's Development Impact Blog

HowFair Shares Compare:  Experimental Evidence from Two Cultures
Experimental Instructions
Revised February 2014