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Amnon Rapoport

Distinguished Professor of Management

Curriculum Vitae , updated 01/2015

 

Amnon Rapoport is a Distinguished Professor of Management at the A. Gary Anderson Graduate School of Management, University of California, Riverside, and an Eller Professor of Management at the University of Arizona (emeritus). He presently serves as the area coordinator of the management program at the Graduate School of Management and the director of the UCR Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program in Management and Marketing. He has received his Ph.D. degree in Quantitative Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The focus of his research has been individual and interactive decision making. He has published extensively in the areas of behavioral economics, psychology, marketing, political science, operations management, and transportation research. He is the author or editor of nine books and more than two hundred refereed journal papers and book chapters. His published articles have appeared in such journals as Science, Management Science, Marketing Science, American Political Science Review, American Economic Review, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Games and Economic Behavior, Journal of Mathematical Psychology, Experimental Economics, Manufacturing & Service Operation Management, Psychological Review, Transportation Research B, and the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. He has served as an associate editor or member of the editorial board of the Journal of Mathematical Psychology, Experimental Economics, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Decision, and Games and Economic Behavior. He has received numerous grants from such agencies as the National Science Foundation, the Hong Kong Grants Research Grants Council, United States - Israel Binational Science Foundation, and the United States Air Force. Mostly grounded in game theory, his current research focuses on dynamic pricing, sequential decision making, social dilemmas, and choice of routes in traffic networks.

Recent Scholarship

Publications from 2014

198. Seale, Darryl A., Stein, William E., Rapoport, Amnon. 2014. Hold or Roll: Reaching the Goal in Jeopardy Race Games. Theory and Decision. Vol. 76: p.419-450. 32p. (Refereed, Electronic)     

 199. Mak, Vincent, Rapoport, Amnon, Seale, Darryl A. 2014. Sequential Search by groups with Rank-dependent Payoffs: An Experimental Study. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. Vol. 124: p.256-267. 12p. (Refereed, Electronic)     

 200. Lindsey, Robin, Daniel, Terry E., Gisches, Eyran J., Rapoport, Amnon. 2014. Pre-trip Information and Route Choice Decisions with Stochastic Travel Conditions: Theory. Transportation Research Part B: Methodological. Vol. 67: p.187-207. 21p. (Refereed, Electronic)     

 201. Rapoport, Amnon, Gisches, Eyran, Daniel, T.E., Lindsey, R. 2014. Pre-trip Information and Route Choice Decisions with Stochastic Travel Conditions: Experiment. Transportation Research Part B: Methodological. Vol. 68: p.154-172. 19p. (Refereed, Electronic)     

 202. Rapoport, Amnon, Gisches, Eyran, Mak, Vincent. 2014. Distributed Decisions in Networks: Laboratory Study of Routing Splittable Flow. Production and Operations Management. Vol. 23: p.314-331. 18p. (Refereed, Electronic)     

203. Mak, Vincent, Rapoport, Amnon, Gisches, E., Han, Jiaojie. 2014. Purchasing Scarce Products under Dynamic Pricing: An Experimental Investigation. Manufacturing & Service Operations Management. Vol. 16: p.425-438. 14p. (Refereed, Electronic)     

 204. Botelho, A., Dinar, Ariel, Pinto, Ligia L.M.C., Rapoport, Amnon. 2014. Time and Uncertainty in Resource Dilemmas: Equilibrium Solutions and Experimental Results. Experimental Economics. Vol. 17: p.649-672. 23p. (Refereed, Electronic)     

 (In Press)

 1. Botelho, A., Dinar, A., Pinto, L.L., Rapoport, A. Promoting cooperation in resource dilemmas: Theoretical predictions and experimental evidence. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics. (Accepted 12/26/2013. 35 manuscript pages.) (Refereed, Electronic)     

 

2. Mak, Vincent, Gisches, Eyran, Rapoport, Amnon. Route vs. segment: An experiment on real-time travel infromation in congestible networks. Production and Operations Management. (Accepted 05/01/2014. 36 manuscript pages.) (Refereed, Electronic)     

 

All three authors have contributed equally. Authors' names appear alphabetically

 

3. Botelho, Anabela, Dinar, Ariel, Pinto, Ligia L.M.C., Rapoport, Amnon. Linking appropriation and provision public good decisions decreases rate of destruction of the commons. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics. (Accepted 08/01/2014. 35 manuscript pages.) (Refereed, Electronic)     

 

All four authors have contributed equally. Authors' names appear alphabetically

 

4. Dror, Moshe, Kendall, Graham G., Rapoport, Amnon. Elicitation of Strategies in Four Variants of Round-robin Tournament: The Case of Goofspiel. IEEE Transactions on Computational Intelligence and AI in Games. (Accepted 08/01/2014. 28 manuscript pages.) (Refereed, Electronic)     

 

 

 



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Winter 2015: On Sabbatical

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