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Recent Working Papers

D. Fehr, D. Müller, M. Preuss, 2020. "Social Mobility Perceptions and Inequality Acceptance". 2020-02 [Online-Version]

L. Balafoutas, R. Kerschbamer, 2020. "Credence goods in the literature: What the past fifteen years have taught us about fraud, incentives, and the role of institutions". 2020-01 [Online-Version]

F. Holzmeister, M. Holmén, M. Kirchler, M. Stefan, E. Wengström, 2019. "Delegated Decision-Making in Finance". 2019-21 [Online-Version]

J. Rose, M. Kirchler, S. Palan, 2019. "Status and Reputation Nudging". 2019-20 [Online-Version]

F. HolzmeisterM. Stefan, 2019. "The risk elicitation puzzle revisited: Across-methods (in)consistency? ". 2019-19 [Online-Version]

K. MomsenM. Ohndorf, 2019. "Information Avoidance, Selective Exposure, and Fake(?) News—A Green Market Experiment". 2019-18 [Online-Version]


Recent Publications

K. Konrad, F. Morath, 2020. "Escalation in conflict games: On beliefs and selection". Experimental Economics. [Paper]

E. Feess, C. Grund, M. Walzl, A. Wohlschlegel, 2020. "Competing Trade Mechanisms and Monotone Mechanism Choice". European Journal of Operations Research. [Paper]

B. Vollan, E. Blanco, I. Steimanis, F. Petutschnig, S. Prediger, 2020. "Procedural fairness and nepotism among local traditional and democratic leaders in rural Namibia". Science Advances. [forthcoming]

C. Bindra, P. Lergetporer, D. Glätzle-Rützler, 2020. "Discrimination at young age: Experimental evidence from preschool children". Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization. [forthcoming]

L. Balafoutas, S. Czermak, M. Eulerich, H. Fornwagner, 2019. "Incentives for dishonesty: An experimental study with internal auditors". Economic Inquiry. [Paper]

S. Srhoj, J. Walde, 2020. "Getting ready for EU Single Market: The effect of export-oriented grant schemes on firm performance". Structural Change and Economic Dynamics. [Paper]

K. Momsen, M. Ohndorf, 2019, "When do people exploit moral wiggle room? An experimental analysis of information avoidance in a market setup". Ecological Economics. [Paper]

R. Kerschbamer, D. Müller, 2019. "Social preferences and political attitudes: An online experiment on a large heterogeneous sample".  Journal of Public Economics. [Paper]


About eeecon

The research platform eeecon is the home of researchers working in the area of empirical and experimental economics based on theory.

The main objective of our research platform is to deepen the cooperation and collaboration between the involved research centers and members, leading to interdisciplinary research projects and co-authorships. The working paper series of eeecon (listed in REPEC) allows members to disseminate their most recent research projects to the broad academic community. Eeecon workshops and lectures promote the exchange of information and benefit from the participation of highly reputed international speakers, signaling the extraordinary quality standard of the network and research work. [read more] 

Research objectives of eeecon are the research objectives of its research members. Therefore, topics include (1) problems in macroeconomics, globalization and the evaluation of politico-economic tasks, (2) methodical fundamental research in the area of spatio-temporal models in Econometrics and Statistics, especially in Computational Statistics, (3) the significance of environment and soft factors, like social capital or cultural norms, for quality of life, economic development and innovative capacity of (ecologically sensitive) regions, (4) individual and strategic decision-making processes using a combination of theoretical and experimental methods, and (5) the analysis of the contribution of better developed markets and the innovation of complex financial instruments to a sustainable improvement of our economies and societies.

The application of up-to-date methodical knowledge and theoretical findings to analyze current economically and socially relevant problems enables eeecon members to publish in highly ranked journals. Therefore, the University of Innsbruck is recognized internationally as a successful research location in the area of empirical and experimental economics.

Contact

research platform Empirical and Experimental Economics
Universitätsstraße 15, A-6020 Innsbruck

Josephine Pöll, platform coordinator
 
+43 512 507-39881  eeecon@uibk.ac.at  

Speaker of the Platform: Janette Walde

Secretary: Verena Baumgartner

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