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Bahry D, Wilson RK. 2004. Trust in transitional societies: experimental results from Russia. American Political Science Association, Chicago.
Eckel CC, Wilson RK. 2004. Is trust a risky decision? Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization. 55:447–465.
Eckel CC, Wilson RK. 2007. Social learning in coordination games: does status matter? Experimental Economics. 10:317–329.
Eckel CC, Grossman PJ, Johnson CA, de Oliveira ACM, Rojas C, Wilson RK. 2012. School environment and risk preferences: Experimental evidence. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty. 45:265–292.
Herzberg RQ, Wilson RK. 1988. Results on sophisticated voting in an experimental setting. The Journal of Politics. 50:471–486.
Wilson RK, Herzberg R. 1987. Negative decision powers and institutional equilibrium: experiments on blocking coalitions. The Western Political Quarterly. :593–609.
Wilson RK, Sell J. 1997. “Liar, liar...” Cheap talk and reputation in repeated public goods settings. Journal of Conflict Resolution. 41:695–717.
Sell J, Wilson RK. 1991. Levels of information and contributions to public goods. Social Forces. 70:107–124.
Wilson RK, Rhodes CM. 1997. Leadership and credibility in n-person coordination games. Journal of Conflict Resolution. 41:767–791.
Eckel CC, Wilson RK. 2006. Internet cautions: Experimental games with internet partners. Experimental Economics. 9:53–66.
Wilson RK. 1986. Forward and backward agenda procedures: committee experiments on structurally induced equilibrium. The Journal of Politics. 48:390–409.
Whitt S, Wilson RK. 2007. The dictator game, fairness and ethnicity in postwar Bosnia. American Journal of Political Science. 51:655–668.
Bahry DL, Wilson RK. 2006. Confusion or fairness in the field? Rejections in the ultimatum game under the strategy method Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization. 60:37–54.
Sell J, Griffith WI, Wilson RK. 1993. Are women more cooperative than men in social dilemmas? Social Psychology Quarterly. :211–222.