Research

Books

Dold, M., and T. Krieger (eds.)(2019): Ordoliberalism and European Economic Policy: Between Realpolitik and Economic Utopia. Routledge, Abingdon.


Journal Articles

Dold, M. (forthcoming). The narrative that should guide applied behavioral science. Behavioral Public Policy

Dold, M. (forthcoming). Individual Agency in Behavioral Public Policy: New Knowledge Problems. Social Philosophy and Policy. 

Dold, M. and P. Lewis (forthcoming). Towards a Liberal Behavioural Political Economy: The Constitutional Approach and the Role of Capable Agency. Review of Behavioral Economics.

Dold, M. and M. Rizzo (forthcoming). Hayekian Psychological Economics. Behavioral Public Policy

Dold, M. (2023). Endogenous Preferences: A Challenge to Constitutional Political Economy’s Normative Foundation? Constitutional Political Economy.

Dold, M. (2023). Behavioural Normative Economics: Foundations, Approaches, and Trends. Fiscal Studies.

Huber et al. (2023). Competition and moral behavior: A meta-analysis of 45 crowd-sourced experimental designs. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).

Dold, M. and P. Lewis. (2023). A Neglected Topos in Behavioural Normative Economics: The Opportunity and Process Aspect of Freedom. Behavioral Public Policy.

Dold, M. and P. Lewis (2022). F. A. Hayek on the Political Economy of Endogenous Preferences: An Historical Overview and Contemporary Assessment. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization.

Emmerick, E. and Dold, M. (2022). Opportunity, not Welfare: How Behavioral Insights Should Lead to a Reorientation of the Normative Foundation in Law and Economics. Journal of Contextual Economics

Fabian, M. and M. Dold (2022). Agentic Preferences: A Foundation for Nudging when Preferences are Endogenous. Behavioral Public Policy.

Dold, M. and M. Rizzo (2022). Menger's Exact Laws, the Role of Knowledge, and Welfare Economics. Review of Austrian Economics.

Dold, M. and M. Rizzo (2021). The Limits of Opportunity-Only: Context-Dependence and Agency in Behavioral Welfare Economics. Journal of Economic Methodology.

Matson, E. and M. Dold (2021). The Behavioral Welfare Economist in Society: Considerations from David Hume. Review of Behavioral Economics. 

Dold, M. and M. Rizzo (2021). Old Chicago Against Static Welfare Economics. Journal of Legal Studies.

Dold, M. and M. Petersen (2021). The Stability of the Liberal Order, Moral Learning, and Constitutional Choice: An Unresolved Tension in Constitutional Political Economy. Review of Social Economy.

Rizzo, M. and M. Dold. (2021). Knightian Uncertainty: Through a Jamesian Window. Cambridge Journal of Economics

Dold, M. and A. Stanton (2021). I choose for myself, therefore I am: The Contours of Existentialist Behavioral Economics. Erasmus Journal of Philosophy and Economics. *Winner of the 2020/21 Mark Blaug Prize in Philosophy and Economics* https://ejpe.org/journal/mark-blaug-prize-2020. 

Dold, M. and M. Rizzo (2021). Frank Knight and the Cognitive Diversity of Entrepreneurship. Journal of Institutional Economics.

Delmotte C. and Dold M. (2021). Dynamic preferences and the Behavioral Case Against Sin Taxes. Constitutional Political Economy. 

Dold, M. and T. Krieger (2021). The Ideological Use and Abuse of Freiburg’s Ordoliberalism. Public Choice.

Lewis, P. and M. Dold (2020). James Buchanan on the Nature of Choice: The Artifactual Man and the Constitutional Moment in Political Economy. Cambridge Journal of Economics 44(5), pp. 1159-1179. 

Rizzo, M. and M. Dold (2020). Can a Contractarian be a Paternalist? Public Choice 183, pp. 495-507.

Dold, M. and T. Krieger (2019). The "New" Crisis of the Liberal Order: Populism, Socioeconomic Imbalances, and the Response of Contemporary Ordoliberalism. Journal of Contextual Economics 139, pp. 243-258.

Dold, M. and C. Schubert (2018). Toward A Behavioral Foundation of Normative Economics. Review of Behavioral Economics 5(3), pp. 221-241. 

Dold, M. (2018). Back to Buchanan? Explorations of welfare and subjectivism in behavioral economics. Journal of Economic Methodology 25(2), pp. 160-178. 

Dold, M. and C. Schubert (2018). Nudging - In Which Direction? On the Notion of the Individual in Libertarian Paternalism. Quarterly Journal of Economic Research 87(1), pp. 29-39.

Dold, M. and Khadjavi, M. (2017). Jumping the queue: An experiment on procedural preferences. Games and Economic Behavior 102, pp. 127-137. 

Dold, M. and T. Krieger (2017). Ordoliberalism is not Responsible for Jihadist Terrorism in Europe: A Reply to Van der Walt (2016). New Perspectives 25(2), pp. 105-115.

Dold, M. and T. Krieger (2017). The Constitutional Political Economy of Cyber Security Property Rights, Competition and Security Nudges. Economics Review - Journal of Economic Policy 97(8), pp. 559-565.


Book Chapters

Dold, M. and T. Krieger (forthcoming). Market Democracy, Rising Populism, and Contemporary Ordoliberalism. in: Horn, K and S. Kolev: Liberal Responses to the Twin Challenges of Populism. De Gruyter.  

Dold, M. and A. Gewecke (forthcoming). The Ethics of Meritocratic Competition. In: Mathis, K. (ed.): Law and Economics of Justice: Efficiency, Reciprocity, Meritocracy. Springer International Publishing.

Dold, M. (2023). Methodological Individualism in Behavioral Economics. Palgrave Handbook of Methodological Individualism.

Dold, M. (2022). Viktor Vanberg: The Constitution of Markets and Public Choice. Oxford Handbook on Ordoliberalism

Colin-Jaeger, N., Dold, M. and A. Gascoin (2022). Realism and Deliberation in Normative Economics: The Fruitful Intellectual Dialogue between James Buchanan and John Rawls. The Positive and the Normative in Economic Thought, Routledge.

Dold, M. (2019). A Smithian Critique of James M. Buchanan's Constitutional Contractarianism. In: Boudreaux, D., Coyne, C., and B. Herzberg (eds.): Interdisciplinary Studies of the Market Order: The Political Process and Political Order. Rowman and Little eld International Ltd, New York, pp. 17-40.

Dold, M. and T. Krieger (2017). Competition or Conflict? Beyond Traditional Ordo-Liberalism. In: Joerges, C., and J. Hien (eds.): Ordoliberalism: An Irritating German Idea. Hart Publishing, Oxford, pp. 245-260.

Dold, M. and T. Krieger (2017). Informationelle Selbstbestimmung aus ordnungsökonomischer Sicht. In: Friedewald, M., J. Lamla, and A. Rossnagel (eds.): Informationelle Selbstbestimmung im digitalen Wandel. Springer-Vieweg, Wiesbaden, pp. 181-198.

Dold, M. (2016). Condorcet's Jury Theorem as a Rational Justification of Soft Paternalistic Consumer Policies. In: Mathis, K., and A. Tor (eds.): Nudging   Possibilities, Limitations and Applications in European Law and Economics. Springer International Publishing, pp. 39-58.


Book Reviews

Dold, M. (2023). Review of Escaping Paternalism: Rationality, Behavioral Economics and Public Policy by Mario J. Rizzo and Glen Whitman. Behavioral Public Policy.

Dold, M. and T. Krieger (2022). Review of Kenneth Dyson's Conservative Liberalism, Ordo-Liberalism, and the State. Annals of the Fondazione Luigi Einaudi.

Dold, M. and E. Emmerick (2020). Paul Dragos Aligica: Public entrepreneurship, citizenship, and self-governance. Public Choice 184, pp. 467-472.

Dold, M. (2019). Ordoliberalism - quo vadis? Ideas for a renewal of an ordoliberal theory of the political order. The Ordo Yearbook of Economic and Social Order 69(1).


Work in Progress

Dold, M., Emmerick, E. and M. Fabian (revision). Taking Psychology Seriously? A Self-Determination Theory Perspective on Sugden's Opportunity Criterion. 

Dold, M. and M. Rizzo (draft). Frank Knight: The Tensions and Frustrations of Liberal Rationalism. 

Colin-Jaeger, N. and M. Dold (draft). The Role of Public Deliberation in Agency-Centric Behavioral Public Policy.

Dold, M. and S. Kolev (draft). Friedrich Wieser’s Contribution to Austrian Psychological Economics.

Dold, M., Gewecke, A. and A. Phalke. (early stage). Preference Adaptation in Behavioral Normative Economics: Capability Approach to the Rescue?

Dold, M., M. Khadjavi, and A. Veri (early stage). Choice Bracketing and Pro-Social Behavior.

Dold, M., and A. Oliver (early stage). Do All Roads Lead to Autonomy? The Contributions of Amartya Sen to Current Debates in Behavioral Public Policy.