Pansini R, Campennì M & Shi L. (submitted) Asymmetric use of punishment in socioeconomic segregated societies leads to an unequal distribution of wealth.

Pansini R, Shi L, Wang RW. (2016) Women tend to defect in a social dilemma game in Southwest China. PLOS ONE DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0166101 PDF

Gao L, Wang Z, Pansini R, Li YT, Wang RW. (2015) Collective punishment is more effective than collective reward for promoting cooperation. Scientific Reports DOI: 10.1038/srep1775217752 PDF

Pansini R. (2012) Hierarchical societies of primates: comments on love, war and cultures. Journal of Bioeconomics DOI: 10.1007/s10818-012-9138-0 PDF

Pansini R. (2011) Induced cooperation to access a sharable reward increases the hierarchical segregation of wild vervet monkeys. PLoS ONE DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0021993 PDF

Pansini R & de Ruiter JR. (2011) Observation of tool use and modification for apparent hygiene purposes in a mandrill. Behavioural Processes DOI: 10.1016/j.beproc.2011.06.003 PDF
In the news: BBC, The Telegraph, Daily Mail, El Mundo, Folha, etc. (see a press review in PDF). And at the radio: BBC radio 4

Pansini R & Noë R. (2009) Economics and cooperation dynamics in free-ranging vervet monkeys. Folia Primatologica 80(6):376

de Roode JC, Pansini R, Cheesman SJ, Helinski MEH, Bell AS, Chan BHK, Walliker D & Read AF. (2005) Virulence and competitive ability in genetically diverse malaria infections. PNAS 102(21):7624-7628 PDF


Pansini R. (2011) Cooperation and Economics Behaviour of Wild Vervet Monkeys: an experimental approach. Université de Strasbourg and CNRS, France. PDF

Pansini R. (2006) La Gestione della Fauna Protetta in una Riserva Naturale: procedure di SGA per la gestione del lupo nel Parco Regionale dell'Alto Appennino Modenese. IAL Institute, Modena, Italy

Pansini R. (2006) Assessing Animal Welfare in a Captive Primate: an analysis of stress related behaviour in Mandrillus sphinx. University of Durham, UK. PDF
In the news: BBC, Reuters, Metro, ScienceDaily, etc.

Pansini R. (2003) Social Evolution of Malaria Parasites: the nature of in-host competition. University of Edinburgh, UK. PDF