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2004 Comparing Students to Workers : The Effects of Social Framing on Behavior in Distribution GamesCarpenter, Jeffrey P.; Burks, Stephen V.; Verhoogen, Eric A.
2004 Fairness and Freight-Handlers : Local Labor-Market Conditions and Wage-Fairness Perceptions in a Trucking FirmVerhoogen, Eric A.; Burks, Stephen V.; Carpenter, Jeffrey P.
2006 Performance pay and the erosion of worker cooperation: field experimental evidenceBurks, Stephen V.; Carpenter, Jeffrey P.; Goette, Lorenz
2007 Stuck in the slow lane: traffic composition and the measurement of labor productivity in the US trucking industryBoyer, Kenneth Duncan; Burks, Stephen V.
2007 Using behavioral economic experiments at a large motor carrier: the context and design of the truckers and turnover projectBurks, Stephen V.
2008 Cognitive skills explain economic preferences, strategic behavior, and job attachmentBurks, Stephen V.; Carpenter, Jeffrey P.; Götte, Lorenz; Rustichini, Aldo
2010 Overconfidence is a social signaling biasBurks, Stephen V.; Carpenter, Jeffrey P.; Goette, Lorenz; Rustichini, Aldo
2010 Self selection does not increase other-regarding preferences among adult laboratory subjects, but student subjects may be more self-regarding than adultsAnderson, Jon; Burks, Stephen V.; Carpenter, Jeffrey P.; Goette, Lorenz; Maurer, Karsten; Nosenzo, Daniele; Potter, Ruth; Rocha, Kim; Rustichini, Aldo
2010 Self selection does not increase other-regarding preferences among adult laboratory subjects, but student subjects may be more self-regarding than adultsAnderson, Jon; Burks, Stephen V.; Carpenter, Jeffrey; Götte, Lorenz; Maurer, Karsten; Nosenzo, Daniele; Potter, Ruth; Rocha, Kim; Rustichini, Aldo
2011 Which measures of time preference best predict outcomes? Evidence from a large-scale field experimentBurks, Stephen V.; Carpenter, Jeffrey P.; Goette, Lorenz; Rustichini, Aldo
2011 A multi-method approach to identifying norms and normative expectations within a corporate hierarchy: Evidence from the financial services industryBurks, Stephen V.; Krupka, Erin L.
2012 What are over-the-road truckers paid for? Evidence from an exogenous regulatory change on the role of social comparisons and work organization in wage determinationBurks, Stephen V.; Guy, Frederick
2012 Health behavior and accident risk: Obesity is associated with the future risk of heavy truck crashes among newly recruited commercial driversAnderson, Jon E.; Govada, Manjari; Steffen, Tricia K.; Thorne, Chris P.; Varvarigou, Vasileia; Kales, Stefanos N.; Burks, Stephen V.
2012 Toward the integration of personality theory and decision theory in the explanation of economic and health behaviorRustichini, Aldo; DeYoung, Colin G.; Anderson, Jon; Burks, Stephen V.
2012 Self-selection and variations in the laboratory measurement of other-regarding preferences across subject pools: Evidence from one college student and two adult samplesAnderson, Jon; Burks, Stephen V.; Carpenter, Jeffrey; Götte, Lorenz; Maurer, Karsten; Nosenzo, Daniele; Potter, Ruth; Rocha, Kim; Rustichini, Aldo
2013 The Value of Hiring through ReferralsBurks, Stephen V.; Cowgill, Bo; Hoffman, Mitchell; Housman, Michael
2014 Moving ahead by thinking backwards: Cognitive skills, personality, and economic preferences in collegiate successBurks, Stephen V.; Lewis, Connor; Kivi, Paul; Wiener, Amanda; Anderson, Jon E.; Götte, Lorenz; DeYoung, Colin; Rustichini, Aldo
2014 Moving Ahead by Thinking Backwards: Cognitive Skills, Personality, and Economic Preferences in Collegiate SuccessBurks, Stephen V.; Lewis, Connor; Kivi, Paul; Wiener, Amanda; Anderson, Jon E.; Götte, Lorenz; DeYoung, Colin G.; Rustichini, Aldo
2015 Lab measures of other-regarding preferences can predict some related on-the-job behavior: Evidence from a large scale field experimentBurks, Stephen V.; Nosenzo, Daniele; Anderson, Jon; Bombyk, Matthew; Ganzhorn, Derek; Götte, Lorenz; Rustichini, Aldo
2016 Lab Measures of Other-Regarding Preferences Can Predict Some Related On-the-Job Behavior: Evidence from a Large Scale Field ExperimentBurks, Stephen V.; Nosenzo, Daniele; Anderson, Jon E.; Bombyk, Matthew; Ganzhorn, Derek; Götte, Lorenz; Rustichini, Aldo