Publications


The Brain as a Hierarchical Organization
Isabelle Brocas and Juan D. Carrillo
American Economic Review 98(4), 1312-1346 (2008)

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Theories of the Mind
Isabelle Brocas and Juan D. Carrillo
American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings 98(2), 175-180 (2008)

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From Perception to Action: an Economic Model of Brain Processes
Isabelle Brocas and Juan D. Carrillo
Games and Economic Behavior 75(1), 81-103 (2012)

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Information Processing and Decision-making: Evidence from the Brain Sciences and Implications for Economics
Isabelle Brocas
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 83(3), 292-310 (2012)

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The Neurobiology of Opinions: Can Judges and Juries Be Impartial?
Isabelle Brocas and Juan D. Carrillo
Southern California Law Review 86(3), 421-448 (2013)

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Dual-Process Theories of Decision-Making: a Selective Survey
Isabelle Brocas and Juan D. Carrillo
Journal of Economic Psychology 41, 45-54 (2014)

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Resource Allocation in the Brain
Ricardo Alonso, Isabelle Brocas and Juan D. Carrillo
Review of Economic Studies 81(2), 501-534 (2014)

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A Neuroeconomic Theory of Memory Retrieval
Isabelle Brocas and Juan D. Carrillo
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 130, 198-205 (2016)

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Working Papers


Value Computation and Value Modulation: a Dual-process Theory of Self-control
Isabelle Brocas and Juan D. Carrillo
mimeo, USC

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A Neuroeconomic Theory of Honesty
Isabelle Brocas and Juan D. Carrillo
manuscript in preparation


Overview


Neuroeconomic Theory: Using Neuroscience to Understand the Bounds of Rationality
Isabelle Brocas and Juan D. Carrillo

A brief and non-technical overview of our research agenda

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Disciplining Behavioral Theories through Brain-Based Models of Decision-Making
Isabelle Brocas and Juan D. Carrillo, in P.H. Crowley and T.R. Zentall eds, Comparative Decision Making, Oxford University Press, Oxford: UK (2013).

Our take on neuroeconomics together with a brief comment on an excellent article by Mark Dean

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