Castelo, Noah, Elizabeth Hardy, Julian House, Nina Mazar, Claire Tsai, Min Zhao (2015): Moving Citizens Online: Salience and Framing as Motivators for Behavioral Change, Behavioral Science and Policy, 1(2), 57-68.
Special Issue Marketing and Innovation” Best Paper award
Finalist for 2015 IJRM Best Article award
Mazar, Nina and Scott A. Hawkins (2015): Choice Architecture in Conflicts of Interest: Defaults as Physical and Psychological Barriers to (Dis)honesty, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 59(July), 113-117.
Sachdeva, Sonya, Jennifer Jordan, and Nina Mazar (2015): Green Consumerism: Moral Motivations to a Sustainable Future, Current Opinion in Psychology, 6(December), 60-65.
Mazar, Nina, Botond Koszegi, and Dan Ariely (2014): True Context-Dependent Preferences? The Causes of Market-Dependent Valuations, Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 27(3), 200-208. Previous working paper title: „Price-Sensitive Preferences.”
Loewen, Peter J., Christopher T. Dawes, Nina Mazar, Magnus Johannesson, Philipp Keollinger, and Patrik K.E. Magnusson (2013): The Heritability of Moral Standards for Everyday Dishonesty, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 93(September), 363-366.
Mather, Mara, Nina Mazar, Marissa A. Gorlick, Nichole R. Lighthall, Jessica Burgeno, Andrej Schoeke, and Dan Ariely (2012): Risk Preferences and Aging: The “Certainty Effect” in Older Adults’ Decision Making, Psychology and Aging, 27 (4), 801-816.
Shu, Lisa L., Nina Mazar, Francesca Gino, Dan Ariely, and Max H. Bazerman (2012): Signing at the beginning makes ethics salient and decreases dishonest self-reports in comparison to signing at the end, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 109 (38), 15197-15200. Former working paper titles: “Curtailing Fraud: One Signature at a Time” and “When to Sign on the Dotted Line? Signing First Makes Ethics Salient and Decreases Dishonest Self-Reports.”
2013 Robert B. Cialdini Honorable Mention
Mazar, Nina and Pankaj Aggarwal (2011): Greasing the Palm: Can Collectivism Promote Bribery? Psychological Science, 22 (7), 843-848.
Mazar, Nina and Chen-Bo Zhong (2010): Do Green Products Make Us Better People? Psychological Science, 21 (4), 494-498.
Most downloaded article in 2010 in Psychological Science (of all articles published in Psychological Science in 2009 and 2010)
Ranked in the SSRN’s Top Ten download list for All SSRN Journals
Research Highlight in Nature Reports Climate Change
Ariely, Dan, Uri Gneezy, George Loewenstein, and Nina Mazar (2009): Large Stakes and Big Mistakes, Review of Economic Studies, 76 (2), 451-469.
Levy, Boaz, Dan Ariely, Nina Mazar, Won Chi, Scott Lukas, and Igor Elman (2008): Gender Differences in the Motivational Processing of Facial Beauty, Learning and Motivation, 39 (2), 136-145.
Named “3rd in “Top 25 Hottest Articles” in that journal in 2011.
Mazar, Nina, On Amir, and Dan Ariely (2008): The Dishonesty of Honest People: A Theory of Self-Concept Maintenance, Journal of Marketing Research, 45 (6), 633-644.
Former working paper titles: “(Dis)Honesty: A Combination of Internal and External Rewards” and “Almost Honest: Internal and External Motives for Honesty”.
Recipient of the 2012 William F. O’DellAward
Lead article with invited commentaries by Scott Rick and George Loewenstein as well as John R. Monterosso and Daniel D. Langleben
Named one of the “Breakthrough Ideas for 2008,” Harvard Business Review
Ranked in the SSRN’s Top Ten download list for Behavioral Marketing eJournal
Mazar, Nina, On Amir, and Dan Ariely (2008): More Ways to Cheat – Expanding the Scope of Dishonesty, Journal of Marketing Research, 45 (6), 651-653. (Rejoinder / Reply to Commentaries about Article above)
Shampanier, Kristina, Nina Mazar, and Dan Ariely (2007): Zero as a Special Price: The True Value of Free Products, Marketing Science, 26 (6), 742-757.
Elman, Igor, Dan Ariely, Nina Mazar, Itzhak Aharon, Natasha B. Lasko, Michael L. Macklin, Scott P. Orr, Scott E. Lukas, Roger K. Pitman (2005): Probing Reward Function in Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder with Beautiful Facial Images, Psychiatry Research, 135 (3), 179-183.
Amir, On, Dan Ariely, Alan Cooke, David Dunning, Nicholas Epley, Botond Koszegi, Donald Lichtenstein, Nina Mazar, Sendhil Mullainathan, Drazen Prelec, Eldar Shafir, and Jose Silva (2005): Behavioral Economics, Psychology, and Public Policy, Marketing Letters, 16 (3-4), 443-454.
Mazar, Nina and Dan Ariely (2015). Dishonesty in scientific research, Journal of Clinical Investigation, 125(11), 3993-3996.
Mazar, Nina and Dan Ariely (2014). Iracionalno nepoštenje: malo usklađenosti, malo kršenja, Chapter 6 in Uvod U Bihevioralnu Ekonomiju; edited by Darko Polšek and Kosta Bovan; Biblioteka zbornici / Institut Društvenih Znanosti Ivo Pilar Book 43 (Croatian).
Ly, Kim, Nina Mazar, Min Zhao and Dilip Soman (2013). A Practitioner’s Guide to Nudging. BEAR Research Report Series, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. March 15, 2013.
Re-published as Harvard Business Review Case
Ariely, Dan and Nina Mazar (2013). Six ways our brains make bad financial decisions, Globe and Mail, Report on Business. Op-ed piece. January 25, 2013.
Soman, Dilip and Nina Mazar (2012). Financial literacy is not enough, The Hill Times. Op-ed piece. November 26, 2012.
Mazar, Nina (2012). The Role of Morality in Consumer Decisions, Chapter 10 in “Flux: The Evolving Role of the Marketing Manager,” edited by David Soberman and Dilip Soman, Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press, pp. 182-198.
Mazar, Nina and Dan Ariely (2010): Irrational Dishonesty: A Little Compliance, a little violation, Practical Compliance & Risk Management for the Securities Industry, November-December, 39-50 (will be republished in NSCP Currents – a publication of the National Society of Compliance Professionals).
Mazar, Nina (2003). Interactive Decision Aids – Effects on Consumers, Retailers, and Manufacturers, Wiesbaden, Germany: German University Press (Deutscher Universitäts-Verlag DUV).
House, Julian, Nicole Robitaille, and Nina Mazar: Effectiveness of Repeated Implementation Intention-Interventions on Organizations’ Likelihood to File Their Overdue Taxes (July 4, 2017). Rotman School of Management Working Paper No. 2997993. Available at SSRN: http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2997993
Mazar, Nina, Hilke Plassmann, Nicole Robitaille, and Axel Lindner: Pain of Paying? — A Metaphor Gone Literal: Evidence from Neural and Behavioral Science (December 16, 2016). Rotman School of Management Working Paper No. 2901808; INSEAD Working Paper No. 2017/06/MKT. Available at SSRN: http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2901808