• Harrison, G. & Ross, D. 2018. Varieties of paternalism and the heterogeneity of utility structures. Journal of Economic Methodology, 25(1): 42-67.
  • Harrison, G. & Ross, D. 2017. The empirical adequacy of cumulative prospect theory and its implications for normative assessment. Journal of Economic Methodology 24: 15-165.
  • Harrison, G., Lau, M., Ross, D., & Swarthout, J.T. 2017. Small stakes risk aversion in the laboratory: A reconsideration. Economics Letters, 160: 24-28.
  • Hofmeyr, A., Monterosso, J., Dean, A.C., Morales, A.M., Bilder, R.M., Sabb, F.W., & London, E.D. 2017. Mixture models of delay discounting and smoking behaviour. The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 43(3): 271-280.
  • Harrison, G. & Ross, D. 2016. The Psychology of Human Risk Preferences and Vulnerability to Scare-Mongers: Experimental Economic Tools for Hypothesis Formulation and Testing. Journal of Cognition and Culture, 16: 383-414.
  • Brick, K. & Visser, M. 2015. Risk preferences, Technology Adoption and Insurance Uptake, Journal of Economic Behaviour and Organization, 118: 383-396.
  • Datta, S., Burns, J., Maughan-Brown, B., Darling, M., & Eyal, K. 2015. Risking it all for love? Resetting beliefs about HIV risk among low-income South African teens, Journal of Economic Behaviour and Organisation, 118.
  • Dellis, A., Sharp, C., Hofmeyr, A., Schwardmann, P., Spurrett, D., Rousseau, J., & Ross, D. 2014. Criterion-related and construct validity of the Problem Gambling Severity Index in a sample of South African gamblers. South African Journal of Psychology, 44(2): 243-257.
  • Brick, K., Visser, M., & Burns, J. 2012. Risk Aversion: Experimental Evidence from South African Fishing Communities, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 94(1): 133-152.
  • Hasson, R., Lofgren A., & Visser, M. 2012. Treatment Effects of Ambiguity and Uncertainty on Mitigation and Adaptation behaviour in an Experimental Setting. South African Journal of Economics, 75.1: 66-83.
  • Hofmeyr, A., Ainslie, G., Charlton, R., & Ross, D. 2011. The relationship between addiction and reward bundling: An experiment comparing smokers and non-smokers. Addiction, Vol. 106(2): 402-409.