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David Kingsley

David Kingsley
David KingsleyAssistant Professor
  • CollegeCollege of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
  • DepartmentEconomics
  • Phone(978) 934-4000
  • EmailDavid_Kingsley@uml.edu

Research Interests

Experimental Economics, Cooperation, Institutions, Behavioral Economics

Education

  • Ph D: Economics, (2007), University of Colorado Boulder - Boulder, CO
  • MA: Economics, (2004), University of Colorado Boulder - Boulder, CO
  • BS: Business, (2001), University of New Hampshire Durham - Durham, NH

Awards and Honors

  • Departmental Teaching Award (2012), Teaching - Department of Economics, University of Massachusetts Lowell
  • Departmental Teaching Award (2012), Teaching - University of Massachusetts Lowell Department of Economics
  • Economics Prize (2006), Scholarship/Research - University of the West Indies

Publications

  • Kingsley, D., Brown, T.C. (2016) "Endogenous and costly institutional deterrence in a public good experiment," Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics 62: pp. 33-41
  • Kingsley, D. (2016) "Endowment Heterogeneity and Peer Punishment in a Public Good Experiment: Cooperation and Normative Conflict," Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics 60: pp. 49-61
  • Kingsley, D. (2015) "Endowment heterogeneity and peer punishment in a public good experiment: Cooperation and normative conflict," Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics
  • Kingsley, D. (2015) "Peer punishment across payoff equivalent public good and common pool resource experiments," Journal of the Economic Science Association 1:2 pp. 197-204
  • McDonough, C.C., Kingsley, D. (2015) "The Impact of Mobile Broadband on the Digital Divide Affecting Older Adults," International Telecommunications Policy Review 22:2 pp. 27-42
  • Kingsley, D., Brown, T.C. (2015) "Endogenous and costly institutional deterrence," Applied Economics Letters 22:7 pp. 544
  • Kingsley, D., Liu, B. (2014) "Cooperation across payoff equivalent public good and common pool resource experiments," Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics 51: pp. 79-84
  • Kingsley, D., Brown, T.C. (2013) "Non-Market Valuation and Paired Comparison Experiments: A test of robustness," Journal of Environmental Economic Policy 2:2 pp. 119-132
  • Kingsley, D., Brown, T.C. (2013) "Preference Learning and the Willingness to Pay - Willingness to Accept Disparity," Economics Letters 120:3 pp. 473-476
  • Kingsley, D., Brown, T.C. (2012) "Does prompting for revision influence subjects' offers in willingness to accept-willingness to pay lab experiments?," Economics Bulletin 32:3 pp. 2580-2585
  • Kingsley, D., Brown, T.C. (2010) "Preference uncertainty, preference learning, and paired comparison experiments," Land Economics 86:3 pp. 530-544
  • Brown, T.C., Kingsley, D., Peterson, G.L., Flores, N.E., Clarke, A., Birjulin, A. (2008) "Reliability of individual valuations of public and private goods: Choice consistency, response time, and preference refinement," Journal of Public Economics 92:7 pp. 1595-1606

Presentations

  • ÒBehavior in Symmetric Public Goods and Common Pool Resource GamesÓ - Economic Science Association, June 2012 - New York, New York
  • ÒEndowment Heterogeneity and Informal Sanctions in Public Goods GamesÓ - Eastern Economic Association, March 2012 - Boston, Massachusetts

Contracts, Fellowships, Grants and Sponsored Research

  • Department of Economics Fellowship (), Fellowship - University of the West Indies Department of Economics
  • University of Massachusetts Lowell Seed Grant (), Grant - University of Massachusetts Lowell
    Kingsley, D. (Co-Principal), Tran, N. (Co-Principal), Liu, B. (Co-Principal)
  • USDA Forest Service grant 10-CR-11221636-255 (), Grant - USDA Forest Service
    Kingsley, D. (Co-Principal), Brown, T. (Co-Principal)
  • Formal versus Informal Sanctioning Institutions in Public Goods Games: Endogenous (2014), Grant -
    Kingsley, D. (Principal)
  • Preference Learning and Individual Values (2010), -
    Kingsley, D. (Principal)
  • Department of Economics Fellowship (2004), Fellowship - University of the West Indies Department of Economics