• Assessing the Willingness to Use Personal e-Transporters (PeTs): Results from a Cross-National Survey in Nine European Cities 

      De Ceunynck, Tim; Wijlhuizen, Gert Jan; Fyhri, Aslak; Gerike, Regine; Köhler, Dagmar; Ciccone, Alice; Dijkstra, Atze; Dupont, Emmanuelle; Cools, Mario (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-03-31)
      In the last few years, there has been a strong increase in the interest in and usage of so-called “Personal e-Transporters” (PeTs), also referred to as micro-mobility devices. Empirical research on the usage of PeTs as a ...
    • Do upfront investments increase cooperation? A laboratory experiment 

      Casiora, Fortuna; Ciccone, Alice (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-05-27)
      In this paper, we experimentally investigate whether decentralized upfront investments increase cooperation in settings where there is no enforcement mechanism and cooperation is not easily sustained voluntarily. Such ...
    • Environmental effects of a vehicle tax reform: Empirical evidence from Norway 

      Ciccone, Alice (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018-06-14)
      In 2007, the Norwegian government reformed the vehicle registration tax in order toreduce the carbon intensity of the new car fleet by incentivizing the purchase of more fuel efficient cars. This paper identifies the impact ...
    • Fairness Preferences in a Bilateral Trade Experiment 

      Ciccone, Alice; Røgeberg, Ole; Braaten, Ragnhild (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020-01-31)
      Is the willingness to make trades influenced by how the total gains from trade are split between the trading partners? We present results from a bilateral trade game (n = 128) where all participants were price-takers and ...
    • Stick or carrot? Asymmetric Responses to Vehicle Registration Taxes in Norway 

      Ciccone, Alice; Soldani, Emilia (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021-08-05)
      Vehicle registrations have been shown to strongly react to tax reforms aimed at reducing CO2 emissions from passengers’ cars, but are the effects equally strong for positive and negative tax changes? The literature on ...