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Volume 23, issue 4, 2020

Reactions to (the absence of) control and workplace arrangements: experimental evidence from the internet and the laboratory pp. 933-960 Downloads
Katrin Schmelz and Anthony Ziegelmeyer
(Not) alone in the world: Cheating in the presence of a virtual observer pp. 961-978 Downloads
Jantsje M. Mol, Eline C. M. Heijden and Jan J. M. Potters
Altruism, fast and slow? Evidence from a meta-analysis and a new experiment pp. 979-1001 Downloads
Hanna Fromell, Daniele Nosenzo and Trudy Owens
Underpricing of initial public offerings in experimental asset markets pp. 1002-1029 Downloads
Sascha Füllbrunn, Tibor Neugebauer and Andreas Nicklisch
Delegation and coordination with multiple threshold public goods: experimental evidence pp. 1030-1068 Downloads
Luca Corazzini, Christopher Cotton and Tommaso Reggiani
Measuring and controlling for the compromise effect when estimating risk preference parameters pp. 1069-1099 Downloads
Jonathan P. Beauchamp, Daniel J. Benjamin, David Laibson and Christopher F. Chabris
Experience and rationality under risk: re-examining the impact of sampling experience pp. 1100-1128 Downloads
Ilke Aydogan and Yu Gao
The one player guessing game: a diagnosis on the relationship between equilibrium play, beliefs, and best responses pp. 1129-1147 Downloads
Ciril Bosch-Rosa and Thomas Meissner
When does less information translate into more giving to public goods? pp. 1148-1177 Downloads
Billur Aksoy and Silvana Krasteva
Nash versus coarse correlation pp. 1178-1204 Downloads
Konstantinos Georgalos, Indrajit Ray and Sonali SenGupta
The relative income effect: an experiment pp. 1205-1234 Downloads
John Ifcher, Homa Zarghamee, Dan Houser and Lina Diaz
The joy of lottery play: evidence from a field experiment pp. 1235-1256 Downloads
Martijn J. Burger, Martijn Hendriks, Emma Pleeging and Jan C. Ours

Volume 23, issue 3, 2020

Strategically delusional pp. 604-631 Downloads
Alice Solda, Changxia Ke, Lionel Page and William von Hippel
Fairness considerations in joint venture formation pp. 632-667 Downloads
Tanjim Hossain, Elizabeth Lyons and Aloysius Siow
Silence is golden: team problem solving and communication costs pp. 668-693 Downloads
Gary Charness, David J. Cooper and Zachary Grossman
Preference discovery pp. 694-715 Downloads
Jason Delaney, Sarah Jacobson and Thorsten Moenig
The choice of institutions to solve cooperation problems: a survey of experimental research pp. 716-749 Downloads
Astrid Dannenberg and Carlo Gallier
Escalation in conflict games: on beliefs and selection pp. 750-787 Downloads
Kai Konrad and Florian Morath
Aggregation mechanisms for crowd predictions pp. 788-814 Downloads
Stefan Palan, Jürgen Huber and Larissa Senninger
Concentration and variability of forecasts in artificial investment games: an online experiment on WeChat pp. 815-847 Downloads
Xiu Chen, Fuhai Hong and Xiaojian Zhao
The benefit of the doubt: willful ignorance and altruistic punishment pp. 848-872 Downloads
Robert Stüber
Would depositors pay to show that they do not withdraw? Theory and experiment pp. 873-894 Downloads
Markus Kinateder, Hubert Janos Kiss and Ágnes Pintér
Room composition effects on risk taking by gender pp. 895-911 Downloads
Marco Castillo, Greg Leo and Ragan Petrie
Testing for the emergence of spontaneous order pp. 912-932 Downloads
Konstantinos Georgalos and John Hey

Volume 23, issue 2, 2020

The strength of weak leaders: an experiment on social influence and social learning in teams pp. 259-293 Downloads
Berno Buechel, Stefan Klößner, Martin Lochmüller and Heiko Rauhut
How soon is now? Evidence of present bias from convex time budget experiments pp. 294-321 Downloads
Uttara Balakrishnan, Johannes Haushofer and Pamela Jakiela
Experiments in high-frequency trading: comparing two market institutions pp. 322-352 Downloads
Eric M. Aldrich and Kristian López Vargas
Gender differences in sabotage: the role of uncertainty and beliefs pp. 353-391 Downloads
Simon Dato and Petra Nieken
‘Everybody’s doing it’: on the persistence of bad social norms pp. 392-420 Downloads
David Smerdon, Theo Offerman and Uri Gneezy
Cognitive processes underlying distributional preferences: a response time study pp. 421-446 Downloads
Fadong Chen and Urs Fischbacher
Cooperation in stochastic games: a prisoner’s dilemma experiment pp. 447-467 Downloads
Andrew Kloosterman
Costly voting: a large-scale real effort experiment pp. 468-492 Downloads
Marco Faravelli, Kenan Kalayci and Carlos Pimienta
Eliciting utility curvature in time preference pp. 493-525 Downloads
Stephen Cheung
Trading while sleepy? Circadian mismatch and mispricing in a global experimental asset market pp. 526-553 Downloads
David Dickinson, Ananish Chaudhuri and Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy
Cortisol meets GARP: the effect of stress on economic rationality pp. 554-574 Downloads
E. Cettolin, Patricio Dalton, W. J. Kop and W. Zhang
The economic effects of Facebook pp. 575-602 Downloads
Roberto Mosquera, Mofioluwasademi Odunowo, Trent McNamara, Xiongfei Guo and Ragan Petrie

Volume 23, issue 1, 2020

Incentives in experiments with objective lotteries pp. 1-29 Downloads
Yaron Azrieli, Christopher Chambers and Paul J. Healy
Where to look for the morals in markets? pp. 30-52 Downloads
Matthias Sutter, Jürgen Huber, Michael Kirchler, Matthias Stefan and Markus Walzl
Do economic inequalities affect long-run cooperation and prosperity? pp. 53-83 Downloads
Gabriele Camera, Cary Deck and David Porter
Voting on the threat of exclusion in a public goods experiment pp. 84-109 Downloads
Astrid Dannenberg, Corina Haita-Falah and Sonja Zitzelsberger
Auctions in near-continuous time pp. 110-126 Downloads
Cary Deck and Bart Wilson
Dynamic runs and circuit breakers: an experiment pp. 127-153 Downloads
Jacopo Magnani and David Munro
Strategic decisions: behavioral differences between CEOs and others pp. 154-180 Downloads
Hakan Holm, Victor Nee and Sonja Opper
Efficiency versus gender roles and stereotypes: an experiment in domestic production pp. 181-211 Downloads
Hélène Couprie, Elisabeth Cudeville and Catherine Sofer
Decentralized matching markets with(out) frictions: a laboratory experiment pp. 212-239 Downloads
Joana Pais, Ágnes Pintér and Róbert F. Veszteg
The effects of conflict budget on the intensity of conflict: an experimental investigation pp. 240-258 Downloads
Kyung Hwan Baik, Subhasish Chowdhury and Abhijit Ramalingam

Volume 22, issue 4, 2019

Multiple hypothesis testing in experimental economics pp. 773-793 Downloads
John List, Azeem Shaikh and Yang Xu
The impact of the level of responsibility on choices under risk: the role of blame pp. 794-814 Downloads
Gilbert G. Eijkelenboom, Ingrid Rohde and Alexander Vostroknutov
The effects of make and take fees in experimental markets pp. 815-833 Downloads
Vincent Bourke, Mark DeSantis and David Porter
Strategy revision opportunities and collusion pp. 834-856 Downloads
Matthew Embrey, Friederike Mengel and Ronald Peeters
Endogenous claims and collective production: an experimental study on the timing of profit-sharing negotiations and production pp. 857-884 Downloads
Andrzej Baranski
Hunger and the gender gap pp. 885-917 Downloads
Yan Chen, Ming Jiang and Erin L. Krupka
The Secure Boston Mechanism: theory and experiments pp. 918-953 Downloads
Umut Dur, Robert Hammond and Thayer Morrill
An experimental examination of interbank markets pp. 954-979 Downloads
Douglas Davis, Oleg Korenok and John P. Lightle
Deception and reciprocity pp. 980-1001 Downloads
Despoina Alempaki, Gönül Doğan and Silvia Saccardo
Using machine learning for communication classification pp. 1002-1029 Downloads
Stefan P. Penczynski

Volume 22, issue 3, 2019

Introduction to the special issue in honor of Professor Charles R. Plott pp. 577-584 Downloads
Lata Gangadharan, Charles Noussair and Marie Claire Villeval
A new experimental mechanism to investigate polarized demands for public goods: the effects of censoring pp. 585-609 Downloads
R. Isaac, Douglas A. Norton and Svetlana Pevnitskaya
On the scope of externalities in experimental markets pp. 610-624 Downloads
Björn Bartling, Vanessa Valero and Roberto Weber
Information aggregation in Arrow–Debreu markets: an experiment pp. 625-652 Downloads
Lawrence Choo, Todd Kaplan and Ro'i Zultan
Individual speculative behavior and overpricing in experimental asset markets pp. 653-675 Downloads
Dirk-Jan Janssen, Sascha Füllbrunn and Utz Weitzel
Behavioral sources of the demand for carbon offsets: an experimental study pp. 676-704 Downloads
Kai-Uwe Kuhn and Neslihan Uler
Directional behavioral spillover and cognitive load effects in multiple repeated games pp. 705-734 Downloads
Tracy Liu, Jenna Bednar, Yan Chen and Scott Page
Reference point effects in legislative bargaining: experimental evidence pp. 735-752 Downloads
Nels Christiansen and John Kagel
The welfare costs of price controls and rent seeking in a class experiment pp. 753-771 Downloads
Grace Finley, Charles Holt and Emily Snow

Volume 22, issue 2, 2019

Individualism, collectivism, and trade pp. 294-324 Downloads
Aidin Hajikhameneh and Erik Kimbrough
New Hampshire Effect: behavior in sequential and simultaneous multi-battle contests pp. 325-349 Downloads
Shakun D. Mago and Roman Sheremeta
Communication in bargaining games with unanimity pp. 350-368 Downloads
Marina Agranov and Chloe Tergiman
Good news and bad news are still news: experimental evidence on belief updating pp. 369-395 Downloads
Alexander Coutts
Social-status ranking: a hidden channel to gender inequality under competition pp. 396-418 Downloads
Arthur Schram, Jordi Brandts and Klarita Gërxhani
Bargaining under time pressure from deadlines pp. 419-440 Downloads
Emin Karagözoğlu and Martin Kocher
The aggregate impacts of tournament incentives in experimental asset markets pp. 441-476 Downloads
Debapriya Jojo Paul, Julia Henker and Sian Owen
Entry by successful speculators in auctions with resale pp. 477-505 Downloads
Marco Pagnozzi and Krista Saral
Nice to you, nicer to me: Does self-serving generosity diminish the reciprocal response? pp. 506-529 Downloads
Daniel Woods and Maroš Servátka
Why do people keep their promises? A further investigation pp. 530-551 Downloads
Steven Schwartz, Eric Spires and Rick Young
Designing feedback in voluntary contribution games: the role of transparency pp. 552-576 Downloads
Bernd Irlenbusch, Rainer Rilke and Gari Walkowitz

Volume 22, issue 1, 2019

Temporal dynamics of pro-social behavior: an experimental analysis pp. 1-23 Downloads
Jan Schmitz
Is fairness intuitive? An experiment accounting for subjective utility differences under time pressure pp. 24-50 Downloads
Anna Louisa Merkel and Johannes Lohse
Trust as a decision under ambiguity pp. 51-75 Downloads
Chen Li, Uyanga Turmunkh and Peter Wakker
Scale matters: risk perception, return expectations, and investment propensity under different scalings pp. 76-100 Downloads
Christoph Huber and Jürgen Huber
The interaction between competition and unethical behaviour pp. 101-130 Downloads
Nick Feltovich
Why choice lists increase risk taking pp. 131-154 Downloads
David Freeman and Guy Mayraz
Cheating, incentives, and money manipulation pp. 155-177 Downloads
Gary Charness, Celia Blanco-Jimenez, Lara Ezquerra and Ismael Rodriguez-Lara
Centrality and cooperation in networks pp. 178-196 Downloads
Boris van Leeuwen, Abhijit Ramalingam, David Rojo Arjona and Arthur Schram
Higher order risk attitudes and prevention under different timings of loss pp. 197-215 Downloads
Takehito Masuda and Eungik Lee
Risk, time pressure, and selection effects pp. 216-246 Downloads
Martin Kocher, David Schindler, Stefan Trautmann and Yilong Xu
Which performs better under trader settings, double auction or uniform price auction? pp. 247-267 Downloads
Koji Kotani, Kenta Tanaka and Shunsuke Managi
Elicitation of expectations using Colonel Blotto pp. 268-288 Downloads
Ronald Peeters and Leonard Wolk
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