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Sep 5, 2017 - AWI Experimental Economics
Schwieren, Christiane; Buckert, Magdalena; Kudielka, Brigitte M.; Fiebach, Christian J., 2017, "How stressful are economic competitions in the lab? An investigation with physiological measures [Dataset]", https://doi.org/10.11588/data/M824IQ, heiDATA, V1, UNF:6:YEIBW5YD6SR6UKKmPyydhQ== [fileUNF]
Behavioral and physiological data related to the paper "How stressful are economic competitions in the lab?"
Aug 4, 2014 - AWI Experimental Economics
Eichberger, Jürgen; Oechssler, Jörg; Schnedler, Wendelin, 2014, "How do subjects view multiple sources of ambiguity? [Dataset]", https://doi.org/10.11588/data/10023, heiDATA, V1, UNF:5:opzxnDkbHOo4fM7i9CoiIw== [fileUNF]
As illustrated by the famous Ellsberg paradox, many subjects prefer to bet on events with known rather than with unknown probabilities, i.e., they are ambiguity averse. In an experiment, we examine subjects’ choices when there is an additional source of ambiguity, namely, when th...
Jul 24, 2014 - AWI Experimental Economics
Noussair, Charles N.; Trautmann, Stefan T.; Kuilen, Gijs van de, 2014, "Higher Order Risk Attitudes, Demographics, and Financial Decisions [Dataset]", https://doi.org/10.11588/data/10009, heiDATA, V4, UNF:5:aqNKYHh13jVE5RIy7gdN5w== [fileUNF]
We study the prevalence of the higher order risk attitudes of prudence and temperance in an experiment with a large demographically representative sample of participants. Under expected utility, prudence and temperance are defined by a convex first, and concave second, derivative...
Oct 28, 2014 - AWI Experimental Economics
Nikiforakis, Nikos; Oechssler, Jörg; Shah, Anwar, 2014, "Hierarchy, Coercion, and Exploitation: An Experimental Analysis [Dataset]", https://doi.org/10.11588/data/10015, heiDATA, V3, UNF:5:Vep1OzKyX8y7uU4Zs/av/g== [fileUNF]
The power to coerce workers is important for the efficient operation of hierarchically structured organizations. However, this power can also be used by managers to exploit their subordinates for their own benefit. We examine the relationship between the power to coerce and explo...
Sep 2, 2019 - AWI Experimental Economics
Oechssler, Jörg; Rau, Hannes; Roomets, Alex, 2019, "Hedging, ambiguity, and the reversal of order axiom [Dataset]", https://doi.org/10.11588/data/1XDKHZ, heiDATA, V1, UNF:6:c8rHrHnmCxS3BC4O6euGVQ== [fileUNF]
We ran experiments that gave subjects a straight-forward and simple opportunity to hedge away ambiguity in an Ellsberg-style experiment. Subjects had to make bets on the combined outcomes of a fair coin and a draw from an ambiguous urn. By modifying the timing of the draw, coin f...
Mar 16, 2016 - AWI Experimental Economics
Diederich, Johannes; Goeschl, Timo; Waichman, Israel, 2016, "Group Size and the (In)Efficiency of Pure Public Good Provision [Dataset]", https://doi.org/10.11588/data/10069, heiDATA, V1, UNF:5:kp1aULj0nca125TUHszBUg== [fileUNF]
Are larger groups better at cooperation than smaller groups? This paper investigates, under controlled conditions, the presence and direction of a possible group size effect in pure public good provision by large heterogeneous groups. Employing subjects drawn from the general pop...
Aug 20, 2020 - Psychological Research Methods
Alica Mertens; Mischa von Krause; Alexandra Denk; Theresia Heitz, 2020, "Gender differences in meat-eating behavior and environmental attitudes – The mediating role of the Dark Triad", https://doi.org/10.11588/data/KPY585, heiDATA, V1, UNF:6:m/fJhuHUlo37Y+XZGy2i2w== [fileUNF]
Recently, Machiavellianism was identified as potential mediator explaining gender differences in meat-eating justification strategies, which in turn predicted actual meat consumption. The current study aimed to – on the one hand – replicate this empirical finding and to – on the...
May 30, 2016 - AWI Experimental Economics
Oechssler, Jörg; Roomets, Alex; Roth, Stefan, 2016, "From imitation to collusion: a replication [Dataset]", https://doi.org/10.11588/data/10075, heiDATA, V2, UNF:5:qSzzvlOu2rl8/AR8TIBEEQ== [fileUNF]
In oligopoly, imitating the most successful competitor yields very competitive outcomes. This theoretical prediction has been confirmed experimentally by a number of studies. A recent paper by Friedman et al. (J Econ Theory 155:185–205, 2015) qualifies those results in an interes...
Feb 21, 2020 - AWI Experimental Economics
Klonner, Stefan, 2020, "Equality of the Sexes and Gender Differences in Competition: Evidence from Three Traditional Societies [Supplementary Materials]", https://doi.org/10.11588/data/AKFW5U, heiDATA, V1
Can gender-balanced social norms mitigate the gender differences in competitiveness that are observed in traditional patriarchic as well as in modern societies? We experimentally assess men's and women's preferences to compete in a traditional society where women and men have sim...
Jul 31, 2014 - AWI Experimental Economics
Huck, Steffen; Normann, Hans-Theo; Oechssler, Jörg, 2014, "Does Information about Competitors' Actions Increase or Decrease Competition in Experimental Oligopoly Markets? [Dataset]", https://doi.org/10.11588/data/10020, heiDATA, V1
This paper investigates the impact the publication of firm-specific data has on the competitiveness of experimental oligopoly markets. We compare two treatments: in one, firms are informed about their rivals’ actions and profits. In the other, firms are only given aggregate infor...
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