2021

[updated August 2021]

Maja Adena. 2021 (forthcoming). Tax-price elasticity of charitable donations – Evidence from the German taxpayer panel, Henry Peter and Giedre Lideikyte-Huber (eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Taxation and Philanthropy.

Maja Adena. 2021 (forthcoming). How can we improve tax incentives for charitable giving? Lessons from field experiments in fundraising, Henry Peter and Giedre Lideikyte-Huber (eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Taxation and Philanthropy.

Kai Barron. 2021. Belief updating: Does the ‘good-news, bad-news’ asymmetry extend to purely financial domains?, Experimental Economics.

Kai Barron (with Christina Gravert). 2021 (forthcoming). Confidence and career choices: An experiment, Scandinavian Journal of Economics.

Kai Barron and Steffen Huck (with Heike Harmgart, Sebastian Schneider and Matthias Sutter). 2021 (forthcoming). Discrimination, narratives and family history: An experiment with Jordanian host and Syrian refugee children, Review of Economics and Statistics.

Christian Basteck and Dorothea Kübler (with Bettina Klaus). 2021. How lotteries in school choice help to level the playing field, Experimental Economics.

Lisa Bruttel and Jana Friedrichsen (with Max Andres). 2021. The leniency rule revisited: Experiments on cartel formation with open communication, International Journal of Industrial Organization.

Lisa Bruttel (with Juri Nithammer and Florian Stolley). 2021 (forthcoming). “Thanks in Advance” – the negative effect of a polite phrase on compliance with request, German Economic Review.

Friedel Bolle. 2021 (forthcoming). Voting with abstention, Journal of Public Economic Theory.

Friedel Bolle. 2021. Deterrence by collective punishment may work against criminals but never against freedom fighters, Games.

Friedel Bolle and Philipp Otto. 2021 (forthcoming). The flip side of power, Public Choice.

Friedel Bolle (with Jonathan Tan). 2021 (forthcoming). Behavioral types of the dark side: Identifying heterogeneous conflict strategies, Journal of the Economics Science Association.

Friedel Bolle (with Jörg Spiller). 2021. Cooperation against all predictions, Economic Inquiry.

Francis de Véricourt (with Huseyin Gurkan and Shouqiang Wang). 2021 (forthcoming). Informing the public about a pandemic, Management Science.

Tilman Fries and Daniel Parra. 2021. Because I (don’t) deserve it: Entitlement and lying behavior, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.

Tilman Fries, Agne Kajackaite and Daniel Parra (with Uri Gneezy). 2021. Observability and lying, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.

Iuliia Grabova and Georg Weizsäcker (with Christoph Breunig, Peter Haan and Felix Weinhardt). 2021 (forthcoming). Long-run expectations of households, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance.

Rustamdjan Hakimov and Dorothea Kübler (with C.-Philipp Heller and Morimitsu Kurino). 2021. How to avoid black markets for appointments with online booking systems, American Economic Review.

Steffen Huck and Georg Weizsäcker (with Christoph Breunig and Tobias Schmidt). 2021. The standard portfolio choice problem in Germany, The Economic Journal.

Tim Lohse (with Kai A. Konrad and Sven A. Simon). 2021. Pecunia non olet: On the self-selection into (dis)honest earning opportunities, Experimental Economics.

Tim Lohse and Salmai Qari. 2021. Gender differences in face-to-face deceptive behavior, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.

Tim Lohse (with Sven A. Simon). 2021 (forthcoming). Compliance in teams – Implications of joint decisions and shared consequence, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics.

Levent Neyse (with Patrick Ring, Julian Keil, Muthuraman Muthuraman, Stephan Wolff, Til Ole Bergmann, Catharina Probst, Ulrich Schmidt, Thilo van Eimeren and Christian Kaernbach). 2021 (forthcoming). Oscillatory brain activity associated with skin conductance responses in the context of risk, Journal of Neurophysiology.

Levent Neyse (with Pablo Brañas-Garza and Elena Molis). 2021. Exposure to inequality may cause under-provision of public goods: Experimental evidence, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics.

Levent Neyse (with Frank M. Fossen, Magnus Johannesson and Anna Dreber). 2021. 2D:4D and self-employment: A preregistered replication study in a large population sample, Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice.

Levent Neyse (with Magnus Johannesson and Anna Dreber). 2021. 2D:4D does not predict economic preferences: Evidence from a large, representative sample, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization.

Levent Neyse (with Patrick Ring, Catharina Probst, Stephan Wolff, Christian Kaernbach, Thilo van Eimeren and Ulrich Schmidt). 2021. Discounting behavior in problem gambling, Journal of Gambling Studies.

Sebastian Schweighofer-Kodritsch (with Yves Breitmoser). 2021 (forthcoming). Obviousness around the clock. Experimental Economics.

Roland Strausz (with Gorkem Celik and Dongsoo Shin). 2021. Public good overprovision by a manipulative provider, RAND Journal of Economics.

Chen Sun (with Jan Potters). 2021 (forthcoming). Magnitude effect in intertemporal allocation tasks, Experimental Economics.

Christian Traxler (with Libor Dusek). 2021 (forthcoming). Learning from law enforcement, Journal of the European Economic Association.

Christian Traxler (with Maximilian Linek). 2021. Framing and social information nudges at Wikipedia, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.

Roel van Veldhuizen (with Dany Kessel and Johanna Mollerstrom). 2021. Can simple advice eliminate the gender gap in willingness to compete?, European Economic Review.

Georg Weizsäcker (with M. Kathleen Ngangoué). 2021. Learning from unrealized versus realized prices, American Economic Journal: Microeconomics.

2020

Maja Adena and Steffen Huck. 2020. Online fundraising, self-image, and the long-term impact of ask avoidance, Management Science.

Kai Barron (with Tuomas Nurminen). 2020. Nudging cooperation in public goods provision, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics.

Lisa Bruttel (with Florian Stolley). 2020. Getting a yes. An experiment on the power of asking, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics.

Muhammed Bulutay (with Camille Cornand and Adam Zylbersztejn). 2020 (forthcoming). Learning to deal with repeated shocks under strategic complementarity: An experiment, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.

Francis de Véricourt (with Saed Alizamir and Peng Sun). 2020. Search under accumulated pressure, Operations Research.

Francis de Véricourt (with Saed Alizamir and Shouqiang Wang). 2020. Warning against recurring risks: An information design approach, Management Science.

Amir Habibi. 2020. Motivation and information design, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.

Rustamdjan Hakimov and Dorothea Kübler. 2020. Experiments on centralized school choice and college admissions: A survey, Experimental Economics.

Frank Heinemann (with John Duffy). 2020. Central bank reputation, cheap talk and transparency as substitutes for commitment: Experimental evidence, Journal of Monetary Economics.

Agne Kajackaite (with Suparee Boonmanunt and Stephan Meier). 2020. Does poverty negate the impact of social norms on cheating? Games and Economic Behavior.

Agne Kajackaite (with Uri Gneezy). 2020. Externalities, stakes, and lying, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.

Agne Kajackaite (with Dirk Sliwka). 2020. Prosocial managers, employee motivation, and the creation of shareholder value, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.

Levent Neyse (with Leopold Maria Lautenbacher). 2020. Depression, neuroticism and 2D:4D ratio: Evidence from a large, representative sample, Scientific Reports.

Levent Neyse (with Ferdinand M. Vieider, Patrick Ring, Catharina Probst, Christian Kaernbach, Thilo van Eimeren and Ulrich Schmidt). 2020. Risk attitudes and digit ratio (2D:4D): Evidence from prospect theory, Journal of Risk and Uncertainty.

Philipp E. Otto. 2020. Decentralized matching markets of various sizes: Similarly stable solutions with high proportions of equal splits, International Game Theory Review .

Gyula Seres (with Charles Noussair). 2020. The effect of collusion on efficiency in experimental auctions, Games and Economic Behavior.

Robert Stüber. 2020. The benefit of the doubt: Willful ignorance and altruistic punishment, Experimental Economics.

Christian Traxler (with Francesco Drago and Friederike Mengel). 2020. Compliance behavior in networks: Evidence from a field experiment, American Economic Journal: Applied Economics.

Roel van Veldhuizen (with Uri Gneezy, Silvia Saccardo and Marta Serra-Garcia). 2020. Bribing the self, Games and Economic Behavior.

Stefan Wagner (with Fabian Gaessler). 2020 (forthcoming). Patents, data exclusivity and the development of new drugs, Review of Economics and Statistics.

2019

Maja Adena and Julian Harke (with Jeyhun Alizade and Frauke Bohner). 2019. Quality certifications for nonprofits, charitable giving, and donor’s trust: Experimental evidence, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.

Maja Adena and Steffen Huck. 2019. Giving once, giving twice: A two-period field experiment on intertemporal crowding in charitable giving, Journal of Public Economics.

Kai Barron (with Luis F. Gamboa and Paul Rodriguez-Lesmes). 2019. Behavioral response to a sudden health risk: Dengue and educational outcomes in Colombia, Journal of Development Studies.

Lisa Bruttel. 2019. Is there a loyalty-enhancing effect of retroactive price-reduction schemes?, Review of Industrial Organization.

Anastasia Danilov (with Christine Harbring and Bernd Irlenbusch). 2019. Helping under a combination of team and tournament incentives, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization.

Rustamdjan Hakimov and Dorothea Kübler (with Marie Dargnies). 2019. Self-confidence and unraveling in matching markets, Management Science.

Paul Heidhus, Raji Jayaraman and Marrit Teirlinck (with Steffen Altmann and Armin Falk). 2019. Defaults and donations: Evidence from a field experiment, Review of Economics and Statistics.

Frank Heinemann (with Camille Cornand). 2019. Experiments in macroeconomics: Methods and applications, Arthur Schram and Aljaz Ule (eds.), Handbook of Research Methods and Applications in Experimental Economics.

Frank Heinemann (with Dietmar Fehr and Aniol Llorente-Saguer). 2019. The power of sunspots: An experimental analysis, Journal of Monetary Economics.

Raji Jayaraman (with Tanika Chakraborty). 2019. School feeding and learning achievement: Evidence from India’s midday meal program, Journal of Development Economics.

Dorothea Kübler and Robert Stüber (with Julia Schmid). 2019. Take your time to grow: A field experiment on the hiring of youths, German Economic Review.

Tim Lohse (with Nadja Dwenger). 2019. Do individuals successfully cover up their lies? Evidence from a compliance experiment, Journal of Economic Psychology.

Levent Neyse (with Ulrich Schmidt and Milda Aleknonyte). 2019. Income inequality and risk taking: The impact of social comparison information, Theory and Decision.

Philipp E. Otto (with Daniel Dittmer). 2019. Simultaneous but independent ultimatum game: Strategic elasticity or social motive dependency?, International Journal of Game Theory.

Marko Runkel (with Caterina Liesegang). 2019. Equalizing tax bases or tax revenues under tax competition? The role of formula apportionment, Journal of Public Economic Theory.

Robert Stüber (with Nadine Riedel). 2019. Overearnings – revisited, Journal of Economic Psychology.

2018

Vera Angelova (with Tobias Regner). 2018. Can a bonus overcome moral hazard? Experimental evidence from markets for expert services, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization.

Vera Angelova, Thomas Giebe and Radosveta Ivanova-Stenzel. 2018. Does a short-term increase in incentives boost performance?, Economics Letters.

Inácio Bó and Rustamdjan Hakimov. 2018. Iterative versus standard deferred acceptance: Experimental evidence, The Economic Journal.

Ciril Bosch-Rosa. 2018. That’s how we roll: An experiment on rollover risk, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.

Ciril Bosch-Rosa (with Antoni Bosch-Domenech and Thomas Meissner). 2018. Cognitive bubbles, Experimental Economics.

Lisa Bruttel. 2018. The effects of recommended retail prices on retailer and buyer behavior, Economica.

Lisa Bruttel (with Werner Güth). 2018. Asymmetric voluntary cooperation – A repeated sequential best-shot experiment, International Journal of Game Theory.

Mira Fischer (with Dirk Sliwka). 2018. Confidence in knowledge or confidence in the ability to learn: An experiment on the causal effects of beliefs on motivation, Games and Economic Behavior.

Jana Friedrichsen ( with Tobias König and Renke Schmacker). 2018. Social image concerns and welfare take-up, Journal of Public Economics.

Manja Gärtner. 2018. The prosociality of intuitive decisions depends on the status quo, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics.

Rustamdjan Hakimov and Dorothea Kübler (with Isa E. Hafalir and Morimitsu Kurino). 2018. College admissions with entrance exams: Centralized versus decentralized, Journal of Economic Theory.

Frank Heinemann (with Rosemarie Nagel, Andrea Brovelli and Giorgio Coricelli). 2018. Neural mechanisms mediating degrees of strategic uncertainty, Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience.

Agne Kajackaite (with Uri Gneezy and Joel Sobel). 2018. Lying aversion and the size of the lie. American Economic Review.

Tim Lohse (with Sven A. Simon and Kai A. Konrad). 2018. Deception under time pressure: Conscious decision or a problem of awareness?, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.

Levent Neyse (with Andreas Friedl and Ulrich Schmidt). 2018. Payment scheme changes and effort Adjustment: The role of 2D:4D digit ratio, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics.

Levent Neyse (with Katharina Lima de Miranda and Ulrich Schmidt). 2018. Risk preferences and predictions about others: No association with 2D:4D ratio, Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience.

Levent Neyse (with Patrick Ring, Catharina C. Probst, Stephan Wolff, Christian Kaernbach, Thilo van Eimeren, Colin F. Camerer and Ulrich Schmidt). 2018. It’s all about gains: Risk preferences in problem gambling, Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.

Olga Nottmeyer and Georg Weizsäcker (with Ludwig Ensthaler and Christian Zankiewicz). 2018. Hidden skewness: On the difficulty of multiplicative compounding under random shocks, Management Science.

Sebastian Schweighofer-Kodritsch. 2018. Time preferences and bargaining, Econometrica.

Christian Traxler (with Felix Albrecht and Sebastian Kube). 2018. Cooperation and punishment: The individual-level perspective, Journal of Public Economics.

Roel van Veldhuizen (with Uri Gneezy and Silvia Saccardo). 2018. Bribery: Behavioral drivers of distorted decisions, Journal of the European Economic Association.

2017

Maja Adena and Steffen Huck. 2017. Matching donations without crowding out? Some theoretical considerations a field, and a lab experiment, Journal of Public Economics.

Maja Adena and Steffen Huck (with Imran Rasul). 2017. Testing consumer theory: Evidence from a natural field experiment, Journal of the Economic Science Association.

Özlem Bedre-Defolie (with Alexei Alexandrov). 2017. LeChatelier-Samuelson principle in games and pass-through of shocks, Journal of Economic Theory.

Özlem Bedre-Defolie (with Gary Biglaiser). 2017. Contracts as a barrier to entry in markets with non-pivotal buyers, American Economic Review.

Inácio Bó (with C.-Philipp Heller). 2017. Strategic schools under the Boston Mechanism revisited, Social Choice and Welfare.

Anastasia Danilov (with Dirk Sliwka). 2017. Can contracts signal social norms? Experimental evidence, Management Science.

Manja Gärtner and Johanna Möllerström (with David Seim). 2017. Risk preferences and the demand for redistribution, Journal of Public Economics.

Frank Heinemann (with Ulrich Klüh and Sebastian Watzka). 2017. Monetary policy, financial crises, and the macroeconomy: Festschrift for Gerhard Illing, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg.

Steffen Huck and Johannes Leutgeb (with Ryan Oprea). 2017. Payoff information hampers the evolution of cooperation, Nature Communications.

Agne Kajackaite (with Uri Gneezy). 2017. Incentives and cheating, Games and Economic Behavior.

Dorothea Kübler and Roel van Veldhuizen (with Michael Jacob and Jan Christoph Steckel). 2017. Clean up your own mess: An experimental study of moral standards and efficiency, Journal of Public Economics.

Tim Lohse (with Kai A. Konrad and Salmai Qari). 2017. Compliance with endogenous audit probabilities, Scandinavian Journal of Economics .

Philipp E. Otto (with Kay Blaufus, Jonathan Bob and Nadja Wolf). 2017. The effect of tax privacy on tax compliance: An experimental investigation, European Accounting Review.

Gyula Seres. 2017. Auction cartels and the absence of efficient communication, International Journal of Industrial Organization.

Roland Strausz. 2017. A theory of crowdfunding: A mechanism design approach with demand uncertainty and Moral Hazard, American Economic Review.

2016

Maja Adena. 2016. Nonprofit organizations, free media and donor’s trust, Journal of Economics.

Eva M. Berger (with Luke Haywood). 2016. Locus of control and mothers return to employment, Journal of Human Capital.

Inácio Bó. 2016. Fair implementation of diversity in school choice, Games and Economic Behavior.

Anastasia Danilov (with Timo Vogelsang). 2016. Time for helping, Journal of the Economic Science Association.

Radosveta Ivanova-Stenzel (with Tim Grebe and Sabine Kröger). 2016. ‘Buy-It-Now’ or ‘Sell-It-Now’ auctions : Effects of changing bargaining power in sequential trading mechanism, Economics Letters.

Rajshri Jayaraman (with Debraj Ray and Francis de Vericourt). 2016. Anatomy of a contract change, American Economic Review.

Levent Neyse (with Steven Bosworth, Patrick Ring and Ulrich Schmidt). 2016. Overconfidence, incentives and digit ratio, Scientific Reports.

Levent Neyse (with Antonio Espín and Filippos Exadaktylos). 2016. Heterogeneous motives in the trust game: A tale of two roles, Frontiers in Psychology.

Levent Neyse (with Patrick Ring, Tamas David-Barett and Ulrich Schmidt). 2016. Gender differences in performance predictions: Evidence from the Cognitive Reflection Test, Frontiers in Psychology.

Philipp E. Otto (with Friedel Bolle). 2016. The advantage of hierarchy: Inducing responsibility and selecting ability?, Journal of Experimental and Behavioral Economics.

Philipp E. Otto (with Friedel Bolle). 2016. Role-dependent social preferences, Economica.

2015

Maja Adena (with Ruben Enikolopov, Maria Petrova, Veronica Santarosa and Ekaterina Zhuravskaya). 2015. Radio and the rise of the Nazis in Prewar Germany, The Quarterly Journal of Economics.

David Danz and Dorothea Kübler (with Lydia Mechtenberg and Julia Schmid). 2015. On the failure of hindsight-biased principles to delegate optimally, Management Science.

Hande Erkut (with Daniele Nosenzo and Martin Sefton). 2015. Identifying social norms using coordination games: Spectators vs. stakeholders, Economics Letters.

Dietmar Fehr, Rustamdjan Hakimov and Dorothea Kübler. 2015. The Willingness to Pay-Willingness to Accept gap: A failed replication of Plott and Zeiler, European Economic Review.

Dan Friedman and Steffen Huck (with Ryan Oprea and Simon Weidenholzer). 2015. From imitation to collusion: Long-run learning in a low-information environment, Journal of Economic Theory.

Rajshri Jayaraman (with Lawrence Blume, William Brock and Steven Durlauf). 2015. Linear social interactions models, Journal of Political Economy.

Rajshri Jayaraman (with Dora Simroth). 2015. The effect of school lunches on primary school enrollment: Evidence from India’s midday meal scheme, Scandinavian Journal of Economics.

Agne Kajackaite. 2015. If I close my eyes, nobody will get hurt: The effect of ignorance on performance in a real-effort experiment, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.

Agne Kajackaite (with Peter Werner). 2015. The incentive effects of performance requirements – A real effort experiment, Journal of Economic Psychology.

Philipp E. Otto (with Friedel Bolle). 2015. Exploiting one’s power with a guilty conscience: An experimental investigation of self-serving biases, Journal of Economic Psychology.

Christian Traxler (with Ernesto Reuben and Frans van Winden). 2015. Advocacy and political convergence under preference uncertainty, European Economic Review.

Roel van Veldhuizen (with Thomas de Haan). 2015. Willpower depletion and framing effects, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.

2014

Maja Adena and Steffen Huck (with Imran Rasul). 2014. Charitable giving and nonbinding contribution-level suggestions – Evidence from a field experiment, Review of Behavioral Economics.

Maja Adena (with Michal Myck). 2014. Poverty and transitions in health in later life, Social Science & Medicine.

Vera Angelova (with Olivier Armantier, Giuseppe Attanasi and Yolande Hiriart). 2014. Relative performance of liability rules: Experimental evidence, Theory and Decision.

Özlem Bedre-Defolie (with Alexei Alexandrov). 2014. The equivalence of bundling and advance sales, Marketing Science.

Lisa Bruttel (with Tim Friehe). 2014. On the path dependence of tax compliance, European Economic Review.

Frank Heinemann (with Camille Cornand). 2014. Measuring agents’ reaction to private and public information in games with strategic complementarities, Experimental Economics.

Steffen Huck and Georg Weizsäcker (with Miguel A. Costa Gomes). 2014. Beliefs and actions in the trust game: Creating instrumental variables to estimate the causal effect, Games and Economic Behavior.

Dorothea Kübler (with Sebastian Braun, Nadja Dwenger and Alexander Westkamp). 2014. Implementing quotas in university admissions: An experimental analysis, Games and Economic Behavior.

Tim Lohse (with Kai A. Konrad and Salmai Qari). 2014. Deception choice and self-selection – The importance of being earnest, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.

Tim Lohse (with Razvan Pascalau and Christian Thomann). 2014. Public enforcement of securities market rules: Resource-based evidence from the securities and exchange commission, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.

Christian Traxler (with Steffen Altmann). 2014. Nudges at the dentist, European Economic Review.

2013

Vera Angelova and Lisa Bruttel (with Werner Güth and Ulrich Kamecke). 2013. Can subgame perfect equilibrium threats foster cooperation? An experimental test of finite-horizon folk theorems, Economic Inquiry.

Vera Angelova (with Tobias Regner). 2013. Do voluntary payments to advisors improve the quality of financial advice? An experimental deception game, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization.

Özlem Bedre-Defolie (with Emilio Calvano). 2013. Pricing payment cards, American Economic Journal: Microeconomics.

Eva M. Berger. 2013. Happy working mothers? Investigating the effect of maternal employment on life satisfaction, Economica.

Lisa Bruttel (with Urs Fischbacher). 2013. Taking the initiative. What characterizes leaders?, European Economic Review.

Anastasia Danilov (with Torsten Biemann, Thorn Kring and Dirk Sliwka). 2013. ‘The dark side of team incentives: Experimental evidence on advice quality from financial service professionals, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization.

Frank Heinemann (with Christian Basteck and Tijmen Daniëls). 2013. Characterising equilibrium selection in global games with strategic complementarities, Journal of Economic Theory.

Levent Neyse (with Pablo Brañas-Garza and Jaromir Kovarik). 2013. Second-to-Fourth digit ratio has a non-monotonic impact on altruism, Plos One.

Christian Traxler (with Gerlinde Fellner and Rupert Sausgruber). 2013. Testing enforcement strategies in the field: Threat, moral appeal and social information, Journal of the European Economic Association.

Roel van Veldhuizen. 2013. The influence of wages on public officials’ corruptibility: A laboratory investigation, Journal of Economic Psychology.

2012

Vera Angelova (with Werner Güth and Martin G. Kocher). 2012. Co-employment of permanently and temporarily employed agents, Labour Economics.

Özlem Bedre-Defolie. 2012. Vertical coordination through renegotiation, International Journal of Industrial Organization.

Lisa Bruttel (with Ulrich Kamecke). 2012. Infinity in the lab. How do people play repeated games?, Theory and Decision.

Dirk Engelmann (with Veronika Grimm). 2012. Mechanisms for efficient voting with private information about preferences, The Economic Journal.

Thomas Giebe (with Oliver Gürtler). 2012. Optimal contracts for lenient supervisors, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.

Dorothea Kübler (with Alastair R. Beresford and Sören Preibusch). 2012. Unwillingness to pay for privacy: A field experiment, Economics Letters.

2011

Eva M. Berger (with C. Katharina Spiess). 2011. Maternal life satisfaction and child outcomes: Are they related?, Journal of Economic Psychology.

Steffen Huck (with Andrew Seltzer and Brian Wallace). 2011. Deferred compensation in multi-period labor contracts: An experimental test of Lazear’s Model, American Economic Review.

Radosveta Ivanova-Stenzel and Dorothea Kübler. 2011. Gender differences in team work and team competition, Journal of Economic Psychology.

Radosveta Ivanova-Stenzel (with Tim Salmon). 2011. The high/low divide: Self-selection by values in auction choice, Games and Economic Behavior.

Christian Traxler (with Sebastian Kube). 2011. The interaction of legal and social norm enforcement, Journal of Public Economic Theory.

2010 and earlier

Eva M. Berger. 2010. The Chernobyl disaster, concern about the environment, and life satisfaction, Kyklos.

Dirk Engelmann (with Guillaume Hollard). 2010. Reconsidering the effect of market experience on the endowment effect, Econometrica.

Vera Popova (with Thomas Gehrig, Werner G&uumlth and Rene Levinsky). 2010. On the evolution of professional consulting, Journal of Economic Behaviour and Organization.

Georg Weizsäcker. 2010. Do we follow others when we should? A simple test of rational expectations, American Economic Review.

Dirk Engelmann (with Veronika Grimm). 2009. Bidding behavior in multi-unit auctions – An experimental investigation, The Economic Journal.

Frank Heinemann (with Rosemarie Nagel and Peter Ockenfels). 2009. Measuring strategic uncertainty in coordination games, Review of Economic Studies.

Georg Weizsäcker (with Matthew Rabin). 2009. Narrow bracketing and dominated choices, American Economic Review.

Frank Heinemann (with Camille Cornand). 2008. Optimal degree of public information dissemination, The Economic Journal.

Radosveta Ivanova-Stenzel (with Sabine Kröger). 2008. Price formation in a sequential selling mechanism, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.

Radosveta Ivanova-Stenzel (with Tim Salmon). 2008. Revenue equivalence revisited, Games and Economic Behavior.

Georg Weizsäcker (with Miguel A. Costa Gomes). 2008. Stated beliefs and play in normal form games, Review of Economic Studies.

Dirk Engelmann (with Martin Strobel). 2006. Inequality aversion, efficiency, and maximin preferences in simple distribution experiments, American Economic Review.

Frank Heinemann (with Rosemarie Nagel and Peter Ockenfels). 2004. The theory of global games on test: Experimental analysis of coordination games with public and private information, Econometrica.

Dorothea Kübler and Georg Weizsäcker. 2004. Limited depth of reasoning and failure of cascade formation in the laboratory , Review of Economic Studies.

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