Experimental Economics: Rethinking the Rules, (with Bardsley, N., Cubitt, R., Moffatt, P., Starmer, C. and Sugden, R.). Princeton University Press, December 2009.
Economic Valuation with Stated Preference Techniques: A Manual, (with Ian Bateman and 11 others), Edward Elgar, (2002).
Book Chapters, Reports and Contributions to Collections/Proceedings
Competition Remedies in Consumer Markets, (with Luke Garrod, Morten Hviid and Catherine Waddams Price), Loyola Consumer Law Review, 21, 439-495, (2009).
Communication and Efficiency in Coordination Game Experiments, (with Anthony Burton and Martin Sefton), in Advances in Applied Microeconomics, 13, (ed J Morgan), Elsevier (2005).
Valuing the 'Value of Life’: A Question of Constructed Preference? (with Judith Covey, Lorraine Hopkins, Michael Jones-Lee, Nick Pidgeon, Angela Robinson and Anne Spencer), in Mixing Methods in Psychology, eds Z. Todd et al, Routledge, London, (2004).
Eliciting Measures of Value for Health and Safety. In Proceedings of Ninth Australian Workshop on Safety-Related Programmable Systems, Brisbane, Australia. CRPIT, 47. Cant, T., Ed. ACS. 49-58. (2005)
Link to volume of proceedings
Valuing Life Years and QALYs: Transferability and Convertability of Values Across the UK Public Sector, Chapter 5 in Cost Effectiveness Thresholds – Economic and Ethical Issues, eds Towse A, Pritchard C and Devlin N, King’s Fund/Office of Health Economics, (2002).
Private Values and Public Policy, (with Michael Jones-Lee), pp 205-30 in Conflict and Tradeoffs in Decision Making, eds E Weber, J Baron and G Loomes, Cambridge University Press, (2001).
The Valuation of Health and Safety for Public Sector Decision Making, (with Michael Jones-Lee), Chapter 2 in Economic Evaluation: From Theory to Practice, eds J. L. Pinto et al, Springer, Barcelona, (2001).