Exp Econ


Experimental Economics, 25(2)



What is considered deception in experimental economics? [Google Scholar]
Gary Charness, Anya Samek, Jeroen Ven

By chance or by choice? Biased attribution of others’ outcomes when social preferences matter
Nisvan Erkal, Lata Gangadharan, Boon Han Koh [Google Scholar]

Voluntary redistribution mechanism in asymmetric coordination games
Masaki Aoyagi, Naoko Nishimura, Yoshitaka Okano [Google Scholar]

Obviousness around the clock
Yves Breitmoser, Sebastian Schweighofer-Kodritsch [Google Scholar]

Health workers’ behavior, patient reporting and reputational concerns: lab-in-the-field experimental evidence from Kenya
Isaac Mbiti, Danila Serra [Google Scholar]

Cognitive heterogeneity and complex belief elicitation
Ingrid Burfurd, Tom Wilkening [Google Scholar]

Magnitude effect in intertemporal allocation tasks
Chen Sun, Jan Potters [Google Scholar]

Flip a coin or vote? An experiment on the implementation and efficiency of social choice mechanisms
Timo Hoffmann, Sander Renes [Google Scholar]

Investigating the failure to best respond in experimental games
Despoina Alempaki, Andrew M. Colman, Felix Kölle, Graham Loomes, Briony D. Pulford [Google Scholar]

Deliberative structures and their impact on voting under economic conflict
Jordi Brandts, Leonie Gerhards, Lydia Mechtenberg [Google Scholar]

Externalities in knowledge production: evidence from a randomized field experiment
Marit Hinnosaar, Toomas Hinnosaar, Michael E. Kummer, Olga Slivko [Google Scholar]

Subsidizing unit donations: matches, rebates, and discounts compared
Johannes Diederich, Catherine C. Eckel, Raphael Epperson, Timo Goeschl, Philip J. Grossman [Google Scholar]