21.18 Maxwell N. Burton-Chellew, Victoire D’Amico, Claire Guérin
The strategy method conflates confusion with conditional cooperation in public goods games: evidence from large scale replications
December 2021, 24pp.
21.17 Maxwell N. Burton-Chellew, Claire Guérin
Selfish learning is more important than fair-minded conditional cooperation in public goods games
November 2021, 47pp.
21.16 Timothy Holt, Mitsuru Igami, Simon Scheidegger
Detecting Edgeworth Cycles
November 2021, 44pp.
21.15 Laurence J. Kotlikoff, Felix Kubler, Andrey Polbin, Simon Scheidegger
Can today's and tomorrow's world uniformly gain from carbon taxation?
September 2021, 42pp.
21.14 Hui Chen, Antoine Didisheim, Simon Scheidegger
Deep Structural Estimation: With an Application to Option Pricing
February 2021, 57pp.
21.13 Nicola Mauri
Are incentive effects from fiscal equalization underestimated? Evidence from a Swiss reform
November 2021, 53pp.
21.12 Fabrizio Colella
Who benefits from support?The heterogeneous effects of supporters onathletes’ performance by skin color
August 2021, 22pp.
21.11 Bettina Klaus, Flip Klijn
Minimal-Access Rights in School Choice and the Deferred Acceptance Mechanism
June 2021, 23pp.
21.10 Di Feng, Bettina Klaus
Preference revelation games and strict cores of multiple-type housing market problems
June 2021, 37pp.
21.09 Christian Basteck, Bettina Klaus, Dorothea Kübler
How Lotteries in School Choice Help to Level the Playing Field
June 2021, 79pp.
21.08 Maxime Phillot
U.S. Treasury Auctions: A High Frequency Identification of Supply Shocks
May 2021, 35pp.
21.07 Paola Colzani, Luis Santos Pinto
Does Overconfidence Lead to Bargaining Failures?
February 2021, 56pp.
21.06 Luis Santos Pinto
Are Overconfident Players More Likely to Win Tournaments and Contests?
May 2021, 48pp.
21.05 Bettina Klaus, Lars Ehlers
Normative properties for object allocation problems: Characterizations and trade-offs
March 2021, 20pp.
21.04 Bettina Klaus
Characterizing the top trading cycles rule for housing markets with lexicographic preferences when externalities are limited
February 2021, 14pp.
21.03 Bettina Klaus, Claudia Meo
The core for housing markets with limited externalities
March 2021, 29pp.
21.02a Christoph Lauper, Giacomo Mangiante
Monetary policy shocks and inflation inequality
January 2021, Revised November 2021, 68pp.
21.01 Adrian Bruhin, Lorenz Goette, Simon Haenni, Lingqing Jiang
Oops!... I Did It Again: Understanding Mechanisms of Persistence in Prosocial Behavior
December 2020, 49pp.