Working Papers
Can science enhance ethics in society?
On 24 February 2017 we hold the ‘Can science enhance ethics in society?’ symposium. Selected speakers: Lamar Pierce, Michel Marechal, Uri Gneezy. Policy speakers: Ousmane Diagana (Vice President for Ethics and Business Conduct, World Bank Group), Nicola Bonucci (director legal affairs OECD), Simon Bentholm (K7, Copenhagen). Call for registration will be available soon. Meanwhile, pencil in the date.




2017-01-12 Alan Sanfey (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen)
Room: , 16:00-17:15.


5 MOST RECENT PUBLICATIONS (click for abstract)
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Kopányi-Peuker, Anita, Theo Offerman and Randolph Sloof (forthcoming) Fostering cooperation through the enhancement of own vulnerability Games and Economic Behavior PDF-file
Offerman, Theo and Asa Palley (forthcoming) Lossed in Translation: An Off-the-Shelf Method to Recover Probabilistic Beliefs from Loss-Averse Agents Experimental Economics PDF-file
de Haan, Thomas, Theo Offerman and Randolph Sloof (forthcoming) Discrimination in the Labor Market: the Curse of Competition between Workers Economic Journal PDF-file
He, Simin, Theo Offerman and Jeroen van de Ven (forthcoming) The Sources of the Communication Gap Management Science PDF-file
Hu, Audrey, Theo Offerman and Liang Zou (forthcoming) How Risk Sharing May Enhance Efficiency in English Auctions Economic Journal PDF-file
5 MOST RECENT WORKING PAPERS (click for abstract)
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Kopányi-Peuker, Anita, Theo Offerman and Randolph Sloof (2015) Team production benefits from a permanent fear of exclusion PDF-file
Brebner, Sarah and Joep Sonnemans (2016) Does the elicitation mechanism impact the endowment effect? PDF-file
Buser, Thomas, Louis Putterman and Joël van der Weele (2016) Gender and Redistribution: Experimental Evidence PDF-file
Weber, Matthias, John Duffy, and Arthur Schram (2016) An Experimental Study of Bond Market Pricing PDF-file
Buser, Thomas, Leonie Gerhards and Joel van der Weele (2016) Measuring Responsiveness to Feedback as Personal Trait PDF-file