Farjam, M. (2021). The bandwagon effect in an online experiment with real political organi-
sations. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 33(2), 412-421.

Farjam, M., Bianchi, F., Squazzoni, F., and Bravo, G. (2021). Dangerous liaisons: an online
experiment on the role of scientific experts and politicians in ensuring public support for
anti-COVID measures. Royal Society Open Science, 8(3), 201310.

de Moor, T., Farjam, M., van Weeren, R., Bravo, G., Forsman, A., Ghorbani, A., and Dehkordi,
M. A. E. (2021). Taking sanctioning seriously: the impact of sanctions on the resilience of
historical commons in Europe. Journal of Rural Studies, 87, 181-188.

Pircher, B., and Farjam, M. (2021). Oppositional voting in the Council of the EU between
2010 and 2019: Evidence for differentiated politicisation. European Union Politics, 22(3), 472-494.

Squazzoni, F., Bravo, G., Farjam, M., Marusic, A., Mehmani, B., Willis, M., Birukou, A.,
Dondio, P., and Grimaldo, F. (2021). Peer review and gender bias: A study on 145 scholarly
journals. Science Advances, 7(2), eabd0299.

Forsman, A., de Moor, T., van Weeren, R., Farjam, M., Dehkordi, M. A. E., Ghorbani, A., and
Bravo, G. (2021). Comparisons of historical Dutch commons inform about the long-term
dynamics of social-ecological systems. PloS one, 16(8), e0256803.

Dehkordi, M. A. E., Ghorbani, A., Bravo, G., Farjam, M., van Weeren, R., Forsman, A., and De Moor, T. (2021). Long-Term Dynamics of Institutions: Using ABM as a Complementary Tool to Support Theory Development in Historical Studies. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 24(4), 7.

Farjam, M., de Moor, T., van Weeren, R., Forsman, A., Ghorbani, A., Dehkordi, M. A. E.,
and Bravo, G. (2020). Shared patterns in long-term dynamics of commons as institutions
for collective action. International Journal of the Commons, 14(1), 78–90.

Forsman, A., de Moor, T., van Weeren, R., Bravo, G., Ghorbani, A., Dehkordi, M. A. E., and
Farjam, M. (2020). Eco-evolutionary perspectives on emergence, dispersion and dissolution
of historical Dutch commons. PloS one, 15(7), e0236471.

Farjam, M., Nikolaychuk, O., and Bravo, G. (2019). Experimental evidence of an environ-
mental attitude-behavior gap in high-cost situations. Ecological Economics, 166, 106434.

Farjam, M., Nikolaychuk, O., and Bravo, G. (2019). Investing into climate change mitigation
despite the risk of failure. Climatic Change, 154, 453–460.

Farjam, M. (2019). On whom would I want to depend; humans or computers? Journal of
Economic Psychology, 72, 219–228.

Bravo, G., Farjam, M., Moreno, F. G., Birukou, A., and Squazzoni, F. (2018). Hidden con-
nections: Network effects on editorial decisions in four computer science journals. Journal
of Informetrics, 12(1), 101–112.

Farjam, M. and Kirchkamp, O. (2018). Bubbles in hybrid markets: How expectations about
algorithmic trading affect human trading. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization,
146, 248–269.

Farjam, M., Nikolaychuk, O., and Bravo, G. (2018). Does risk communication really decrease
cooperation in climate change mitigation? Climatic Change, 149(2), 147–158.

Bravo, G., and Farjam, M. (2017). Prospects and Challenges for the Computational Social
Science. Journal of Universal Computer Science, 23(11), 1057–1069.

Farjam, M., Mill, W., and Panganiban, M. (2016). Ignorance is bliss, but for whom? The
persistent effect of good will on cooperation. Games, 7(4), 33.

Farjam, M., Faillo, M., Sprinkhuizen-Kuyper, I. G., and Haselager, P. (2015). Punishment
mechanisms and their effect on cooperation: A simulation study. Journal of Artificial Soci-
eties and Social Simulation, 18(1), 5.