Search results for: Author=Engel, Christoph [382]

Pages

Forthcoming
The Hidden Cost of Compensation
Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics
173
forthcoming
2016
A Random Shock Is Not Random Assignment
2016/09
Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods
Bonn
2016
A Random Shock Is Not Random Assignment
Economics Letters
145
45-47
2016
At the Mercy of a Prisoner. Three Dictator Experiments
Applied Economics Letters
1-5
2016
Abstract
We test male juvenile prisoners on a dictator game with another anonymous co-prisoner as recipient. Prisoners give more than students, but less than nonstudents of their age. They give more to a charity than to another prisoner. In one of two experiments, those convicted for violent crime give more than those convicted for property crime.
Bargaining in the Absence of Property Rights. An Experiment
Journal of Law and Economics
59
2
477-495
2016
Does Class Action Have a Deterrent Effect?
Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics
172
104-107
2016
Experimental Criminal Law. A Survey of Contributions from Law, Economics and Criminology
2016/07
Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods
Bonn
2016
Abstract
In three distinct disciplines, crime and punishment are studied experimentally: in empirical legal studies, in experimental economics, and an experimental criminology. These three disciplines have surprisingly little interaction. The current paper surveys the rich evidence, and discusses the methodological reasons for running experiments on these issues, the limitations of the method, and how they can be mitigated.
Homo Ignorans – Deliberately Choosing Not to Know
Perspectives on Psychological Science
11
3
359-372
2016
Non-Compete Clauses, Employee Effort and Spin-off Entrepreneurship: A Laboratory Experiment
Research Policy
45
2113-2124
2016