Two publications in the Journal of Legal Studies

Two publications in the Journal of Legal Studies

In the latest issue of the Journal of Legal Studies, two papers from researchers have been published who currently work at the institute, or who have written the paper while working at the institute...

Wiley publishes the English edition of Matthias Sutter's latest book: „Behavioral Economics for Leaders: Research-Based Insights on the Weird, Irrational, and Wonderful Ways Humans Navigate the Workplace”

Wiley publishes the English edition of Matthias Sutter's latest book: „Behavioral Economics for Leaders: Research-Based Insights on the Weird, Irrational, and Wonderful Ways Humans Navigate the Workplace”

This book presents current insights from the field of behavioral economics to understand better the "human factor" in professional life and to enable successful cooperation. It provides a comprehensive perspective on the "big picture" ...

Article by Frederike Zufall and her co-authors published in Artificial Intelligence and Law

Article by Frederike Zufall and her co-authors published in Artificial Intelligence and Law

To what extent can legal concepts and legal decision-making be transferred into mathematical models? Frederike Zufall and her co-authors Rampei Kimura and Linyu Peng have pursued this question for the legal concept of balancing interests. They developed two mathematical models to represent the decision of weighing two conflicting rights against each other.

Christoph Engel, Matthias Sutter and Pascal Langenbach publish new research videos at "Latest Thinking"

Christoph Engel, Matthias Sutter and Pascal Langenbach publish new research videos at "Latest Thinking"

Christoph Engel: "How Are a Plaintiff’s Chances Affected by the Composition of the Court?"
Matthias Sutter: "How Are Economic Preferences Formed in Early Life and Adolescence?"
Pascal Langenbach: "How Does the Computerization of Decision Making Affect Perceptions of Fairness?"

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FAZ-Article: "Fighting Covid using call centers”

FAZ-Article: "Fighting Covid using call centers”

Information provision over the phone saves lives – A randomized controlled trial to contain COVID-19 in rural Bangladesh at the pandemic’s onset.
The FAZ reports on the research findings of our behavioral economists Sebastian O. Schneider and Matthias Sutter (with their co-authors Shyamal Chowdhury and Hannah Schildberg-Hörisch).

 

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Recent Articles

Balafoutas, Loukas; Batsaikhan, Mongoljin; Sutter, Matthias
Competitiveness of entrepreneurs and salaried workers
Management Science, forthcoming. (Was MPI Discussion Paper 2021/7)

Egger, Dennis; Haushofer, Johannes; Miguel, Edward; Niehaus, Paul; Walker, Michael
Econometrica, 90(6): 2603–2643, 2022

Chowdhury, Shyamal; Sutter, Matthias; Zimmermann, Klaus F.
Journal of Political Economy, 130(9): 2361-2410, 2022


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Discussion Papers

Léon Bartosch; Dorothee Mischkowski
The Importance of Reciprocity: Investigating Individual Differences Underlying Conditional Cooperation

Shyamal Chowdhury; Hannah Schildberg-Hörisch; Sebastian O. Schneider; Matthias Sutter
Information provision over the phone saves lives: An RCT to contain COVID-19 in rural Bangladesh at the pandemic’s onset

Theodore Alysandratos; Sotiris Georganas; Matthias Sutter
Reputation vs Selection Effects in Markets with Informational Asymmetries


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