Prof. Philip Brookins, Ph.D.
Member of the institute: 2016 – 2019.
Applied Microeconomic Theory, Experimental Economics, Personnel Economics
Information disclosure in contests with endogenous entry: An experiment (with Luke Boosey and Dmitry Ryvkin) [working paper]
Indefinitely repeated contests: An experimental study (with Dmitry Ryvkin and Andrew Smyth) [link]
Self-chosen goals, incentives, and effort (with Sebastian J. Goerg and Sebastian Kube) [working paper]
Peer information and risk-taking under competitive and non-competitive pay schemes (with Jennifer Brown and Dmitry Ryvkin) [link]
Work In Progress
The visible and hidden costs of control under delegation (with Claudia Cerrone, Alessandro De Chiara and Ester Manna)
Team production with asymmetric costly delay (with Sebastian Goerg and Dmitry Ryvkin)