Jonathan Alevy

Associate Professor of Economics
Economics and Public Policy
Associate Professor Jonathan Alevy

Working Papers

Jonathan Alevy and Michael Price. Advice in the Marketplace: A Laboratory Study Experimental Economics ()

Journal Articles

Jonathan Alevy, Craig Landry, and John List. Field Experiments on the Anchoring of Economic Valuations Economic Inquiry ()
Jonathan Alevy, Frank Jeffries, and Yonggang Lu. Gender- and frame-specific audience effects in dictator games Economics Letters (2014)
Man-Keun Kim, Erqian Zhu, Thomas Harris, and Jonathan Alevy. An LP-SAM Approach for Examining Regional Economic Impacts: An Application to Wildfire Disasters in Southeast Oregon. Review of Regional Studies (2012)
Man-Keun Kim, Erqian Zhu, Thomas Harris, and Jonathan Alevy. Measuring Regional Economic Impacts from Wildfire: Case Study of Southeast Oregon Cattle-Ranching Business Review of Regional Studies (2012)
Jonathan Alevy, John List, and Wiktor Adamowicz. How Can Behavioral Economics Inform Nonmarket Valuation? An Example from the Preference Reversal Literature Land Economics (2011)
Jonathan Alevy, Oscar Cristi, and Oscar Melo. Right-to-choose auctions: A field study of water markets in the Limari Valley of Chile Agricultural and Resource Economics Review (2010)
Jonathan Alevy, M. Haigh, and J. List. Information Cascades: Evidence from a Field Experiment with Financial Market Professionals (2007)

Books

Linda Cox, Jonathan Alevy, Thomas Harris, and Barbara Andreozzi. The community business matching model Routledge (2009)
W. Adamowicz, Jonathan Alevy, and J. List. Behavioral Economics and the Valuation of Non-Marketed Goods and Services: The Lab, The Behavioral Anomalies, and the Policymaker Edward Elgar Publishing (2007)

Awards

2014 Garth Jones Faculty Writing Award College of Business and Public Polic
2013 Outstanding Research Achievement UAA College of Business and Public Policy Recognition for publications in behavioral and experimental economics
2012 Researcher of the Year UAA College of Business and Public Policy 2012-2013
2004 Best Paper,Financial Management Association Annual Meeting Market Microstructure With: Alevy, Jonathan E., Michael Haigh, and John List, Information Cascades: Evidence from a Field Experiment with Financial Market Professionals,