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Year of PublicationTitleAuthor(s)
2013The importance of the cognitive environment for intertemporal choiceKuhn, Michael A.; Kuhn, Peter Joseph; Villeval, Marie-Claire
2012Positional concerns through the life cycle: Evidence from subjective well-being data and survey experimentsAkay, Alpaslan; Martinsson, Peter
2001Should the Same Side of the Market always move first in a Transaction? An Experimental Studyvan der Heijden, Eline C.M.; Nelissen, Jan H.M.; Verbon, Harrie A.A.
2009Heterogeneity in risky choice behaviour in a broad populationvon Gaudecker, Hans-Martin; van Soest, Arthur; Wengström, Erik
2011Experts in experiments: How selection matters for estimated distributions of risk preferencesvon Gaudecker, Hans-Martin; van Soest, Arthur; Wengström, Erik
2009Does positional concern matter in poor societies? Evidence from a survey experiment in rural EthiopiaAkay, Alpaslan; Martinsson, Peter; Medhin, Haileselassie
2010Self 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
2014Bidding for Nothing? The Pitfalls of overly Neutral FramingDürsch, Peter; Muller, Julia
2014Positional Concerns among the Poor: Does Reference Group Matter? Evidence from Survey ExperimentsAkay, Alpaslan; Andersson, Lisa; Martinsson, Peter; Medhin, Haileselassie
2016The Efficacy of Political Advertising: A Voter Participation Field Experiment with Multiple Robo Calls and Controls for Selection EffectsKling, Daniel; Stratmann, Thomas