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Onaopepo Adekunle, Arno Riedl and Michele Dumontier (2023)
Evidence from data science on the relationship between individual beliefs/behaviors survey during COVID-19 pandemic and risk preferences.
Advances in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning; Research, 3, 4, 1800-1824.
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Ben D'Exelle, Christine Gutekunst and Arno Riedl (2023)
The effect of gender and gender pairing on bargaining: Evidence from an artefactual field experiment.
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 205, 237-269.
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Leticia Micheli, Marcello Negrini, Teresa Schuhmann and Arno Riedl (2022)
Brain stimulation reveals distinct motives underlying reciprocal punishment and reward.
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 289, 1986.
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Marcello Negrini, Arno Riedl and Matthias Wibral (2022)
Sunk cost in investment decisions.
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 200, 1105-1135.
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Media attention :: National Review :: Trouw

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