Articles (not peer-reviewed) [281]

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Anreize und Nudging zur Patientencompliance: Staatliche Entscheidungen über Heilung und Ressourcenverteilung
Gesundheitsrecht (GesR)
forthcoming
Das behördliche Unabhängigkeitsparadigma im Wirtschaftsverwaltungsrecht – eine funktionell-rechtliche Betrachtung [Agency Independence in Economic Administrative Law]
Die Verwaltung
forthcoming
Empirische Erkenntnisse in juristischen Ausbildungsarbeiten. Prüfungsschema, Zitier- und Arbeitshilfen für das Jurastudium und danach
JURA - Juristische Ausbildung
39
forthcoming
On becoming Honorable and Respecting Honor – An Experimental Study
Journal of Economic Policy
forthcoming
2017
Die empirische Herangehensweise im Zivilrecht. Lebensnähe und Methodenehrlichkeit für die juristische Analytik?
Archiv für die civilistische Praxis (AcP)
217
3
311-336
2017
Die Versetzung in den einstweiligen Ruhestand – materielle und formelle Fragen zum politischen Beamten [Transferring Political Civil Servants to Retirement]
Zeitschrift für Beamtenrecht
10
335-340
2017
Does everyone have a price? On the role of payoff magnitude for ethical decision making
Cognition
163
15-25
2017
Effect-based Analysis in the Jurisprudence on the Euro Crisis
European Law Review
42
255-270
2017
Experience and Gender Effects in Acquisition Experiment with Value Messages
Small Business Economics
48
71-97
2017
How voice shapes reactions to impartial decision-makers: An experiment on participation procedures
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization
143
241-253
2017
Abstract
This paper studies how participation in decision procedures affects people’s reactions to the deciding authority. In our economic experiment, having voice, i.e., the opportunity to state one’s opinion prior to a decision, significantly increases subordinates’ subsequent kindness towards the authority. These positive effects occur irrespectively of the decisions’ content. The experimental findings stress the positive effects of voice when subordinates and authorities interact. Our results suggest that in organizations, but also in the legal and political arena, participative decision-making can be used to guide people’s actions after decisions have been made.