Luke A. Boosey



       

Associate Professor
Department of Economics
College of Social Sciences & Public Policy
Florida State University

Office: 269 Bellamy Building
Mailing Address:
Florida State University
113 Collegiate Loop
Tallahassee, FL 32306-2180
Phone: (850) 644-7208
Email: lboosey@fsu.edu

Coauthors:
Joe Ballard
Philip Brookins
Christopher Brown
Sebastian J. Goerg
R. Mark Isaac
Doug Norton
Abhijit Ramalingam
Dmitry Ryvkin
Philip Solimine
Joseph Stinn

Home Teaching Bio

News

  • Oct 2021: New working paper, "Dynamic Coordination with Switching Costs," joint with Joe Ballard (Job Market Candidate at FSU) is now available (linked below).

  • Sep 2021: New working paper, "Resource Sharing on Endogenous Networks," joint with Phil Solimine (Job Market Candidate at FSU) available on arXiv (linked below).

  • Aug 2021: New (shorter) version of my paper, "Contests with Network Externalities: Theory & Evidence," with Chris Brown, focused on the theory and aggregate experimental evidence, is available below. A second working paper focused on the detailed experimental evidence is coming soon!

  • Working Papers

    1. Ballard, Joe S. and Boosey, Luke A. (2021). Dynamic coordination with switching costs, [Show/Hide Abstract]

    2. Solimine, Philip and Boosey, Luke A. (2021). Resource sharing on endogenous networks, arXiv:2109.14204 [econ.GN], [Show/Hide Abstract]

    3. Boosey, Luke A., Isaac, R. Mark and Ramalingam, Abhijit. (2021). Limiting the Leader: Fairness concerns in team production with leader-determined monitoring, Under Review, [Show/Hide Abstract]

    4. Boosey, Luke A. and Brown, Christopher. (2021). Contests with network externalities: theory & evidence, Under Review, [Show/Hide Abstract], [Older Working Paper version with additional experimental analysis].

    5. Boosey, Luke A. and Brown, Christopher. (2021). Experimental evidence on behavior in contests with network externalities, Coming Soon

    6. Boosey, Luke A., Brookins, Philip and Ryvkin, Dmitry. (2020). Entry in group contests, Under Revision, [Show/Hide Abstract]


    Published Papers

    1. Boosey, Luke A. and Goerg, Sebastian J. (2020). The timing of discretionary bonuses - effort, signals, and reciprocity, Games and Economic Behavior, 124, 254–280. [Show/Hide Abstract]

    2. Boosey, Luke A., Brookins, Philip and Ryvkin, Dmitry. (2019). Information disclosure in contests with endogenous entry: an experiment, Management Science, 66(11), 5128–5150. [Show/Hide Abstract]

    3. Boosey, Luke A., Isaac, R. Mark, Norton, Doug and Stinn, Joseph. (2020). Cooperation, contributor types, and control questions, Journal of Behavioral & Experimental Economics, 85: 101489. [Show/Hide Abstract]

    4. Boosey, Luke A., Brookins, Philip and Ryvkin, Dmitry. (2019). Contests between groups of unknown size, Games and Economic Behavior, 113, 756–769. [Show/Hide Abstract]

    5. Boosey, Luke A., Brookins, Philip and Ryvkin, Dmitry. (2017). Contests with group size uncertainty: Experimental evidence, Games and Economic Behavior, 105, 212–229. [Show/Hide Abstract]

    6. Boosey, Luke A. (2017). Conditional cooperation in network public goods experiments, Journal of Behavioral & Experimental Economics, 69, 108–116. [Show/Hide Abstract]

    7. Boosey, Luke A. and Isaac, R. Mark (2016). Asymmetric network monitoring and punishment in public goods experiments, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 132 Part A, 26–41. [Show/Hide Abstract]

    8. Boosey, Luke A. (2016). Competition in a posted-salary matching market under private information, The B.E. Journal of Theoretical Economics, 16(2), 599–631. [Show/Hide Abstract]

    9. Boosey, Luke A., Isaac, R. Mark and Norton, Douglas A. (2016). Passionate providers and the possibility of public commitment, in The WSPC Reference of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy in the Era of Global Change, Volume 4: Experimental Economics, edited by Anabela Botelho. Editor-in-Chief: Ariel Dinar. Singapore: World Scientific, chapter 3, pp. 43–69.


    Work in Progress

    • Group identity and favoritism in experimental labor markets, (with Ted Dischman), Manuscript in preparation.

    • Cultivating exploration in a dynamic principal-agent model, (with Joe Ballard), Theory & design phase.