MUNI ECON Working Papers

The aim of the MUNI ECON Working Papers is to make research at Masaryk University available to other economists to encourage discussion and suggestions for further revisions. Working Papers are listed in RePEc and EconStor.


n. 2022-08

Coufalová, L., Mikula, Š. The Grass Is Not Greener on the Other Side: The Role of Attention in Voting Behaviour

n. 2022-07

Fazio, A., Reggiani, T. Minimum wage and tolerance for inequality

n. 2022-06

Mikula, Š., Reggiani, T. Residential-based discrimination in the labor market
published in: The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, 2022, Article

n. 2022-05

Mikula, Š., Molnár, P. Expected Transport Accessibility Improvement and House Prices: Evidence from the Construction of the World’s Longest Undersea Road Tunnel

n. 2022-04 Coufalová, L., Mikula, Š., Ševčík, M. Homophily in Voting Behavior: Evidence from Preferential Voting
n. 2022-03 Kecskésová, M., Mikula, Š. Malaria and Economic Development in the Short-term: Plasmodium falciparum vs Plasmodium vivax
n. 2022-02 Mladenović, D., Rrustemi, V., Martin, S., Kalia, P., Chawdhary, R. Effects of Sociodemographic Variables on Electronic Word of Mouth: Evidence from Emerging Economies
n. 2022-01 Mikula, Š., Montag, J. Roma and Bureaucrats: A Field Experiment in the Czech Republic


n. 2021-14 Abraham, E. D., Corazzini, L., Fišar, M., Reggiani, T. Delegation and Overhead Aversion with Multiple Threshold Public Goods
n. 2021-13 Corazzini, L., Cotton, C., Longo, E., Reggiani, T. The Gates Effect in Public Goods Experiments: How Donations Flow to the Recipients Favored by the Wealthy
n. 2021-12 Staněk, R., Krčál, O., Mikula, Š.  Social Capital and Mobility: An Experimental Study
n. 2021-11 Staněk, R., Krčál, O., Čellárová, K. Pull yourself up by your bootstraps: Identifying procedural preferences against helping others in the presence of moral hazard
published in: Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 2022, Article
n. 2021-10 Levi, E., Sin, I., Stillman, S. Understanding the Origins of Populist Political Parties and the Role of External Shocks
n. 2021-09 Adamus, M., Grežo, M. Individual Differences in Behavioural Responses to the Financial Threat Posed by the COVID-19 Pandemic
published in: Personality and Individual Differences, 2021, Article
n. 2021-08 Hargreaves Heap, S. P., Karadimitropoulou, A., Levi, E. Narrative based information: is it the facts or their packaging that matters?
n. 2021-07 Hargreaves Heap, S. P., Levi, E., Ramalingam, A. Group identification and giving: in-group love, out-group hate and their crowding out
n. 2021-06 Medda, T., Pelligra, V., Reggiani, T. Lab-Sophistication: Does Repeated Participation in Laboratory Experiments Affect Pro-Social Behaviour?
published in: Games, 2021, Article
n. 2021-05 Guzi, M., Kahanec, M., Ulceluse M., M. Europe’s migration experience and its effects on economic inequality
published in: Europe´s Income, Wealth, Consumption, and Inequality, 2021, Article
n. 2021-04 Fazio, A., Reggiani, T., Sabatini, F. The political cost of lockdown´s enforcement
published in: Health Policy, 2022, Article
n. 2021-03 Peciar, V. Empirical investigation into market power, markups and employment
n. 2021-02 Abraham, D., Greiner, B., Stephanides, M. On the Internet you can be anyone: An experiment on strategic avatar choice in online marketplaces
n. 2021-01 Krčál, O., Peer, S., Staněk, R. Can time-inconsistent preferences explain hypothetical biases?
published in: Economics of Transportation, 2021, Article


n. 2020-04 Pelligra, V., Reggiani, T., Zizzo, D.J. Responding to (Un)Reasonable Requests by an Authority
published in: Theory and Decision, 2020, Article
n. 2020-03 de Pedraza, P., Guzi, M., Tijdens, K. Life Dissatisfaction and Anxiety in COVID-19 pandemic
n. 2020-02 de Pedraza, P., Guzi, M., Tijdens, K. Life Satisfaction of Employees, Labour Market Tightness and Matching Efficiency
published in: International Journal of Manpower, 2020, Article
n. 2020-01 Fišar, M., Reggiani, T., Sabatini, F., Špalek, J. Media Bias and Tax Compliance: Experimental Evidence
published in: International Tax and Public Finance, 2021, Article


n. 2019-08 Fišar, M., Krčál, O., Špalek, J., Staněk, R., Tremewan, J. A Competitive Audit Selection Mechanism with Incomplete Information
n. 2019-07 Guzi, M., Mikula, M., Huber, P. Old sins cast long shadows: The Long-term impact of the resettlement of the Sudetenland on residential
published in: Journal of Urban Economics, 2021, Article
n. 2019-06 Mikula, M., Montag, J. Does homeownership hinder labor market activity? Evidence from housing privatization and restitution in Brno
n. 2019-05 Krčál, O., Staněk, R., Slanicay, M. Made for the job or by the job? A lab-in-the-field experiment with firefighters
published in: Research in Economics, 2019, Article
n. 2019-04 Bruni, L., Pelligra, V., Reggiani, T., Rizzolli, M. The Pied Piper: Prizes, Incentives, and Motivation Crowding-in
published in: Journal of Business Ethics, 2019, Article
n. 2019-03 Krčál, O., Staněk, R., Karlínová, B., Peer, S. Real consequences matters: why hypothetical biases in the valuation of time persist even in controlled lab experiments
published in: Economics of Transportation, 2019, Article
n. 2019-02 Corazzini, L., Cotton, C., Reggiani, T. Delegation And Coordination With Multiple Threshold Public Goods: Experimental Evidence
published in: Experimental Economics, 2020, Article
n. 2019-01 Fišar, M., Krčál, O., Staněk, R., Špalek, J. The Effects of Staff-rotation in Public Administration on the Decision to Bribe or be Bribed
published in: Public Performance & Management Review, 2020, Article


n. 2018-02 Guzi, M., Kahanec, M. Income Inequality and the Size of Government: A Causal Analysis
n. 2018-01 Geraci, A., Nardotto, M., Reggiani, T., Sabatini, F. Broadband Internet and Social Capital
published in: Journal of Public Economics, 2022, Article

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