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JOHN L HARTMAN revised November 2010 Contact Information 2127 North Hall University of California Santa Barbara CA 93106 9210 Email hartman econ ucsb edu Fax 805 893 8830 http econ ucsb edu hartman Current Position Postdoctoral Scholar and Lecturer Department of Economics University of California Santa Barbara Education B A Economics San Diego State University May 1999 B A Mathematics San Diego State University May 1999 M A Economics University of California Santa Barbara September 2002 Ph D Economics University of California Santa Barbara June 2007 Research Interests Experimental Labor Public and Health Economics Publications A Route Choice Experiment With an Efficient Toll forthcoming in Networks and Spatial Economics Demographics and the Political Sustainability of Pay as You Go Social Security with Theodore C Bergstrom in Pension Strategies in Europe and the United States edited by Robert Fenge George de M nil and Pierre Pestieau Working Papers The Relevance of Heterogeneity in a Congested Route Network with Tolls An Analysis of Two Experiments Using Actual Waiting Times and Monetized Time Costs A Comparison of Individual and Group Behavior of a Route Choice Experiment Examining Pure and Mixed Strategies Stop Falling off the Cliff Experimental Tests for Reducing the Temptation to Overload a Network Exercising in Herds New Evidence on Peer Effects and Program Implementation Bias with Philip Babcock Letting Down the Team Evidence of Social Effects of Team Incentives with Philip Babcock Kelly Bedard Gary Charness and Heather Royer Work in Progress Testing the Sunk Cost Fallacy in an Auction Experiment with Gary Charness and Rodney Garratt The Effects of Relative Age due to Eliminating Grade 13 in Ontario with Elizabeth Dhuey Teaching Courses taught Principles of Microeconomics Introductory Statistics Public Finance Experimental Economics Courses as teaching assistant Principles of Microeconomics Intermediate Microeconomics Intermediate Macroeconomics Introduction



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