Innocenti, S. and Cowan, R. (2019) Self-efficacy beliefs and imitation: a two armed bandit experimentEuropean Economic Review, 113, pp. 156-172. PDF

Innocenti, S., Clark, G. L., McGill, S. and Cunado, J. (2019). The effect of past health events on intentions to purchase insurance: evidence from 11 countriesJournal of Economic Psychology, 74, pp. 102204. PDF

Freeman D., Loe B., Chadwick A., Vaccari C., Waite F., Rosebrock L., Jenner L., Petit A.,  Lewandowsky S., Vanderslott S., Innocenti S., Larkin M., Giubilini A., Yu L.M., McShane H., Pollard A.J. and Lambe S. (2020). COVID-19 Vaccine hesitancy in the UK: The Oxford Coronavirus Explanations, Attitudes and Narrative Survey (OCEANS) IIPsychological Medicine, pp.1-15PDF

Chadwick A., Kasier J., Vaccari C., Freeman D., Lambe S. , Loe B., Vanderslott. S., Lewandowsky S., Conroy M., Ross A., Innocenti S., Pollard A.J., Waite F., Larkin M., Rosebrock L., Jenner L., McShane H., Giubilini A., Petit A. and Yu L.M. (2021) Online Social Endorsement and Covid-19 Vaccine Hesitancy, Social Media+Society PDF

Freeman D., Loe B., Yu L.M., Freeman J, Chadwick A., Vaccari C., Shanyinde M., Harris V., Waite F., Rosebrock L., Petit A., Vanderslott S., Lewandowsky S., Larkin M., Innocenti S., Pollard A.J., McShane H., and Lambe S. (2021) Reducing COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy a randomised controlled trial of the effects of different types of vaccination information, The Lancet Public Health, 6(6), pp. 416-427

Freeman D., Lambe S., Yu L.M., Freeman J, Waite F., Chadwick A., Vaccari C., Rosebrock L., Petit A., Vanderslott S., Lewandowsky S., Larkin M., Innocenti S., McShane H., Pollard A.J., and Loe B. (2021) Injection fears and COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy, Psychological Medicine, pp.1-24.

Work in Progress

Human capital investment and perceived automation risks: Evidence from 16 countries (with Marta Golin) Revise and Resubmit – draft available here

Financial vulnerability and retirement planning: Evidence from representative samples of workers in 16 countries (with Gordon L. Clark and Sarah McGill) Revise and Resubmit – draft available here

Financial risk disposition, individual attributes and precautionary behaviour across 11 jurisdictions (with Gordon L. Clark and Sarah McGill) Submitted

Cooperative behaviour and community water risks: experimental evidence from costal Kenya (with Ben Brunckhorst, Jacob Katuva and Johanna Koehler) Submitted

Extreme weather events and mental health (with Tobias Ruettenauer)

Do trade negotiations hinder cooperation on climate mitigations efforts? Evidence from the lab

Can perceived automation risks explain retraining intentions? (with Marta Golin)

Endogenous self-reinforcement in binary choice models with global interactions

Doctoral Dissertation

On Institutional Persistence, 2018, Maastricht University Press. PDF