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Charness, Gary, Thomas Garcia, Theo Offerman and Marie Claire Villeval (2020) Do measures of risk attitude in the laboratory predict behavior under risk in and outside of the laboratory? Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 60, 99-123 PDF-file Link to article
Ioannidis, Konstantinos, Theo Offerman and Randolph Sloof (2020) On the effect of anchoring on valuations when the anchor is transparently uninformative Journal of the Economics Science Association 6, 77-94 PDF-file Link to article
Leeuwen, Boris van, Theo Offerman and Jeroen van de Ven (forthcoming) Fight or Flight: Endogenous Timing in Conflicts Review of Economics and Statistics PDF-file
Zheng, Jin Di , Arthur Schram, Gönül Dogan (forthcoming) Friend or Foe? Social Ties in Bribery and Corruption Experimental Economics PDF-file
Köbis, Nils, Ivan Soraperra and Shaul Shalvi (2020) THE CONSEQUENCES OF PARTICIPATING IN THE SHARING ECONOMY: A TRANSPARENCY-BASED SHARING FRAMEWORK Journal of Management PDF-file
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Eriksson, Kimmo, Pontus Strimling, et al. (2021) Perceptions of the appropriate response to norm violation in 57 societies PDF-file Link to article
van Winden, Frans (2021) The Informational Affective Tie Mechanism: On the Role of Uncertainty, Context, and Attention in Caring PDF-file
Fischbacher, Urs, David Grammling, Jan Hausfeld (2021) Redistribution beyond equality and status quo - heterogeneous societies in the lab PDF-file
Renerte, Baiba, Jan Hausfeld, Torsten Twardawski (2020) Gender, overconfidence, and optimal group composition for investment decisions PDF-file
Jaeger, Bastian, Bastiaan Oud, Tony Williams, Eva G. Krumhuber, Ernst Fehr, Jan B. Engelmann (2020) Trustworthiness Detection From Faces: Does Reliance on Facial Impressions Pay Off? PDF-file
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