Marit Hinnosaar

Assistant Professor
University of Nottingham

Assistant Professor (on leave)
Collegio Carlo Alberto

E-mail: marit.hinnosaar@gmail.com

Curriculum Vitae (pdf)

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Research

Time inconsistency and alcohol sales restrictions
European Economic Review, 2016, 87: 108-131.

Gender inequality in new media: Evidence from Wikipedia
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 2019, 163: 262-276.
Links: SSRN

Wikipedia matters
With Toomas Hinnosaar, Michael Kummer, and Olga Slivko
Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, forthcoming.
Links: SSRN
Coverage: Quartz, Guardian, BBC Radio (at 45:00), Telegraph, Independent, MSN, IndianExpress, BusinessMagazine (Albanian), Dosja (Albanian), Seznam Zprávy (Chezh), Sina Technology (Chinese), Zimo (Croatian), Eesti Ekspress (Estonian), Tivi (Finnish), Business Insider France (French), France Soir (French), Business AM (French), Clubic (French), FR24news (French), Siècle Digital (French), Travelestate (Greek), PiaceProfit (Hungarian), mfor.hu (Hungarian), Privátbankár (Hungarian), Morgunblaðið (Icelandic), Daily-planet (Indonesian), FocusTech (Italian), Gazeta.pl (Polish), 1pezeshk (Persian), Pagina Jornal (Portuguese), Inc. Russia (Russian), Roskom Svoboda (Russian), Nuevo Periodico (Spanish), La Información (Spanish), Turkish BBC (Turkish), Bursa Hakimiyet (Turkish)

Externalities in knowledge production: Evidence from a randomized field experiment
With Toomas Hinnosaar, Michael Kummer, and Olga Slivko
Conditionally accepted at Experimental Economics
Links: SSRN, CEPR DP 13575

The persistence of healthy behaviors in food purchasing
Revise and Resubmit at Marketing Science
Links: SSRN, CEPR DP 12815

Persistence in alcohol consumption: Evidence from migrants
With Elaine M. Liu
Links: SSRN, CEPR DP 15196, VoxEU
Coverage: Postimees

The impact of retirement on the healthiness of food purchases
Links: SSRN