Publications 2019

Journal Article

  1. 21.
    Frankenreiter, J.: The Limits of Smart Contracts. Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics (JITE) 175 (1), pp. 149 - 162 (2019)
  2. 22.
    Frankenreiter, J.; Bechtold, S.; Klerman, D.: Forum Selling Abroad. Southern California Law Review 93 (3), pp. 487 - 559 (2019)
  3. 23.
    Geissner, E.; Knechtl, L. M.; Baumert, A.; Rothmund, T.; Schmitt, M.: Schulderleben bei Zwangspatienten. Verhaltenstherapie (2019)
  4. 24.
    Glaser, M.; Iliewa, Z.; Martin, W.: Thinking about Prices versus Thinking about Returns in Financial Markets. Journal of Finance 74 (6), pp. 2997 - 3039 (2019)
  5. 25.
    Glaser, F.; Iliewa, Z.; Jung, D.; Weber, M.: Towards designing robo-advisors for unexperienced investors with experience sampling of time-series data. Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organisation 29, pp. 133 - 138 (2019)
  6. 26.
    Goerg, S.; Kube, S.; Radbruch, J.: The Effectiveness of Incentive Schemes in the Presence of Implicit Effort Costs. Management Science 65 (9), pp. 4063 - 4078 (2019)
  7. 27.
    Halmburger, A.; Baumert, A.; Rothmund, T.: Seen one, seen ‘em all? Do reports about law violations of a single politician impair the perceived trustworthiness of politicians in general and of the political system? Journal of Social and Political Psychology 7, pp. 448 - 477 (2019)
  8. 28.
    Hellwig, M. F.: In memoriam Felix Höffler (1970-2019). Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftspolitik 68 (1) (2019)
  9. 29.
    Hellwig, M. F.; Schnabel, I.: Verursachen Target-Salden Risiken für die Steuerzahler? Wirtschaftsdienst 99 (8), pp. 553 - 561 (2019)
  10. 30.
    Hermstrüwer, Y.: Democratic Blockchain Design. Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics (JITE) 175 (1), pp. 163 - 177 (2019)
  11. 31.
    Himmler, O.; Jäckle, R.; Weinschenk, P.: Soft Commitments, Reminders, and Academic Performance. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 11 (2), pp. 114 - 142 (2019)
  12. 32.
    Hippel, S.; Hoeppner, S.: Biased judgements of fairness in bargaining: A replication in the laboratory. International Review of Law and Economics 58, pp. 63 - 74 (2019)
  13. 33.
    Hoeft, L.: The Force of Norms. Ratio Juris 32 (3), pp. 339 - 362 (2019)
  14. 34.
    Hoeppner, S.: A note on replication analysis. International Review of Law and Economics 59, pp. 98 - 102 (2019)
  15. 35.
    Janeba, E.; Steinbach, A.: Compliance effects of sovereign debt cuts. International Review of Law and Economics 60 (2019)
  16. 36.
    Langenbach, P.; Tausch, F.: Inherited Institutions: Cooperation in the Light of Democratic Legitimacy. The Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization 35 (2), ewz004, pp. 364 - 393 (2019)
  17. 37.
    Li, M.; Leidner, B.; Fernandez-Campos, S.: Stepping into Perpetrators’ Shoes: How Ingroup Transgressions and Victimization Shape Support for Retributive Justice through Perspective-Taking With Perpetrators. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (2019)
  18. 38.
    Linner, R.; Biroli, P.; Sutter, M.; Beauchamp, J.; et. al.: Genome-wide association analyses of risk tolerance and risky behaviors in over 1 million individuals identify hundreds of loci and shared genetic influences. Nature Genetics 51, pp. 245 - 257 (2019)
  19. 39.
    Mischkowski, D.; Thielmann, I.; Glöckner, A.: Minimizing inequality versus maximizing joint gains: On the relation between personality traits and different prosocial motivations. Journal of Research in Personality 81, pp. 153 - 157 (2019)
  20. 40.
    Morell, A.: The Short Arm of Guilt – An Experiment on Group Identity and Guilt Aversion. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (2019)
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