TOC: J Econ Psych


Journal of Economic Psychology, 71

Editorial: Uncovering Dishonesty
Marco Piovesan, Ingo Zettler

A neuroeconomic theory of (dis) honesty
Isabelle Brocas, Juan D. Carrillo

To claim or not to claim: Anonymity, symmetric externalities and honesty
Christian Schitter, Jürgen Fleiß, Stefan Palan

Deception and reputation – An experimental test of reporting systems
Sascha Behnk, Iván Barreda-Tarrazona, Aurora García-Gallego

Lying through others: Does delegation promote deception?
Glynis Gawn, Robert Innes

Do individuals successfully cover up their lies? Evidence from a compliance experiment
Nadja Dwenger, Tim Lohse

Thou shalt not steal: Taking aversion with legal property claims
Marco Faillo, Matteo Rizzolli, Stephan Tontrup

The influence of revenge and financial rewards on tax fraud reporting intentions
Jonathan Farrar, Cass Hausserman, Morina Rennie

Uncertain lies: How payoff uncertainty affects dishonesty
Jérémy Celse, Sylvain Max, Wolfgang Steinel, Ivan Soraperra, Shaul Shalvi

No gain without pain: The psychological costs of dishonesty
Isabel Thielmann, Benjamin E. Hilbig

Taking shortcuts: Cognitive conflict during motivated rule-breaking
Roland Pfister, Robert Wirth, Lisa Weller, Anna Foerster, Katharina A. Schwarz

Shades of narcissistic dishonesty: Grandiose versus vulnerable narcissism and the role of self-conscious emotions
Michela Schröder-Abé, Ramzi Fatfouta

On the impact of Honesty-Humility and a cue of being watched on cheating behavior
Stefan Pfattheicher, Simon Schindler, Laila Nockur