D03: Behavioral Microeconomics • Underlying Principles

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D03: Behavioral Microeconomics • Underlying Principles is a discipline defined within the Copyright Evidence wiki. It is based on the JEL Discipline Classification System.

The following studies are coded as being associated with this discipline (19):

Acilar and Aydemir (2010)Acilar, A., & Aydemir, M. (2010). Students' Attitudes Towards Software Piracy-The Gender Factor: A Case of a Public University in an Emerging Country. In The Eleventh ETHICOMP International Conference on the Social and Ethical Impacts of Information and Communication Technology.
Al-Rafee and Cronan (2006)Al-Rafee, S., & Cronan, T. P. (2006). Digital Piracy: Factors That Influence Attitude Toward Behavior. Journal of Business Ethics, 63(3), 237-259.
Aleassa, Pearson and McClurg (2011)Aleassa, H., Pearson, J. M., & McClurg, S. (2011). Investigating software piracy in Jordan: An extension of the theory of reasoned action. Journal of Business Ethics, 98(4), 663-676.
Charness and Daniela (2014)Charness, G., & Grieco, D. (2014). Creativity and Financial Incentives.
Cronan and Al-Rafee (2008)Cronan, T. P., & Al-Rafee, S. (2008). Factors that influence the intention to pirate software and media. Journal of Business Ethics, 78(4), 527-545.
EUIPO (2017)
Fetscherin (2009)Fetscherin, M. (2009). Importance of Cultural and Risk Aspects in Music Piracy: A Cross-National Comparison Among University Students. Journal of Electronic Commerce Research, 10(1), 42-55.
Filiciak, Hofmokl and Tarkowski (2012)Filiciak, M., Hofmokl, J., & Tarkowski, A. (2012). The Circulations of Culture-On Social Distribution of Content. Warsaw School of Social Sciences and Humanities: September 1st, 2012. Available at SSRN 2246508.
Fukugawa (2011)Fukugawa, N. (2011). How Serious is Piracy in the Videogame Industry?. Empirical Economics Letters, 10(3), 225-233.
Goles, Jayatilaka, George, Parsons, Chambers, Taylor and Brune (2008)Goles, T., Jayatilaka, B., George, B., Parsons, L., Chambers, V., Taylor, D., & Brune, R. (2008). Softlifting: Exploring determinants of attitude. Journal of Business Ethics, 77(4), 481-499.
Grolleau, Mzoughi and Sutan (2008)Grolleau, G., Mzoughi, N., & Sutan, A. (2008). Please do not pirate it, you will rob the poor! An experimental investigation on the effect of charitable donations on piracy. The Journal of Socio-Economics, 37(6), 2417-2426.
Hansen and Walden (2012)Hansen, J. M., & Walden, E. (2013). The Role of Restrictiveness of Use in Determining Ethical and Legal Awareness of Unauthorized File Sharing. Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 14(9), 521-549.
Higgins, Fell and Wilson (2007)Higgins, G. E., Fell, B. D., & Wilson, A. L. (2007). Low self-control and social learning in understanding students' intentions to pirate movies in the United States. Social Science Computer Review, 25(3), 339-357.
Moores and Esichaikul (2011)Moores, T. T., & Esichaikul, V. (2011). Socialization and software piracy: A study. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 51(3), 1.
Nandi and Rochelandet (2008)Nandi, T. K., & Rochelandet, F. (2008). The incentives for contributing digital contents over P2P networks: an empirical investigation. Review of Economic Research on Copyright Issues, 5, 19-35.
Phau and Ng (2010)Phau, I., & Ng, J. (2010). Predictors of usage intentions of pirated software. Journal of Business Ethics, 94(1), 23-37.
Shang, Chen and Chen (2008)Shang, R. A., Chen, Y. C., & Chen, P. C. (2008). Ethical decisions about sharing music files in the P2P environment. Journal of Business Ethics, 80(2), 349-365.
Sprigman, Buccafusco and Burns (2013)Buccafusco, C. J., Sprigman, C. J., & Burns, Z. C. (2012). What's a Name Worth?: Experimental Tests of the Value of Attribution in Intellectual Property. Boston University Law Review, 93, 1.
Sunstein, Jolls and Thaler (1998)Sunstein, C. R., Jolls, C., & Thaler, R. H. (1998). A behavioral approach to law and economics. Stanford law review, 1471-1550.