J Behavioral Exp Econ


Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 103



Framing and subject pool effects in healthcare credence goods
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Comparing risk elicitation in lotteries with visual or contextual aids
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Targeted intervention using network characteristics: An experiment
Hendrika Geesje Wichers [Google Scholar]

Don’t pay the highly motivated too much
Zack Dorner, Emily Lancsar [Google Scholar]

Modelling refugee migration under cognitive biases: Experimental evidence and policy
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Does trust break even? A trust-game experiment with negative endowments
Sascha Füllbrunn, Jana Vyrastekova [Google Scholar]

When do robo-advisors make us better investors? The impact of social design elements on investor behavior
Camila Back, Stefan Morana, Martin Spann [Google Scholar]

Expectations, reference points, and compliance with COVID-19 social distancing measures
Guglielmo Briscese, Nicola Lacetera, Mario Macis, Mirco Tonin [Google Scholar]

An anger premium: An experiment on the role of counterpart emotions in coordination
Bing Jiang, Xiaofei Pan [Google Scholar]

Subject confusion and task non-completion: Methodological insights from an artefactual field experiment with adolescents in India
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Conditioning competitive behaviour in experimental Bertrand markets through contextual frames
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Demanding the morally demanding: Experimental evidence on the effects of moral arguments and moral demandingness on charitable giving
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What drives drivers? Switching, learning, and the impact of claims in car insurance
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Measuring non-cognitive skills exploiting log-files on online behaviour
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Inconsistent choices over prospect theory lottery games: Evidence from field experiments
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Trusting when risk and ambiguity create opportunities for exploitation
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The double dividend of social information in charitable giving: Evidence from a framed field experiment
Gregor Feine, Elke D. Groh, Victor von Loessl, Heike Wetzel [Google Scholar]