Heike Hennig-Schmidt
Heike Hennig-Schmidt
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The framing of games and the psychology of play
M Dufwenberg, S Gächter, H Hennig-Schmidt
Games and Economic Behavior 73 (2), 459-478, 2011
474*2011
Neutral versus loaded instructions in a bribery experiment
K Abbink, H Hennig-Schmidt
Experimental Economics 9 (2), 103-121, 2006
3002006
In search of workers' real effort reciprocity—a field and a laboratory experiment
H Hennig-Schmidt, A Sadrieh, B Rockenbach
Journal of the European Economic Association 8 (4), 817-837, 2010
2102010
How payment systems affect physicians’ provision behaviour—an experimental investigation
H Hennig-Schmidt, R Selten, D Wiesen
Journal of health economics 30 (4), 637-646, 2011
1972011
Why people reject advantageous offers—Non-monotonic strategies in ultimatum bargaining: Evaluating a video experiment run in PR China
H Hennig-Schmidt, ZY Li, C Yang
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 65 (2), 373-384, 2008
1002008
Exploring group decision making in a power-to-take experiment
R Bosman, H Hennig-Schmidt, F Van Winden
Experimental Economics 9 (1), 35-51, 2006
97*2006
The effects of introducing mixed payment systems for physicians: Experimental evidence
J Brosig‐Koch, H Hennig‐Schmidt, N Kairies‐Schwarz, D Wiesen
Health Economics 26 (2), 243-262, 2017
642017
Using artefactual field and lab experiments to investigate how fee-for-service and capitation affect medical service provision
J Brosig-Koch, H Hennig-Schmidt, N Kairies-Schwarz, D Wiesen
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 131, 17-23, 2016
622016
Other-regarding behavior and motivation in health care provision: An experiment with medical and non-medical students
H Hennig-Schmidt, D Wiesen
Social Science & Medicine 108, 156-165, 2014
542014
Bargaining in a Video Experiment: Determinants of Boundedly Rational Behavior
H Hennig-Schmidt
Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems 467, ISBN: 978-3-540 …, 1999
52*1999
First impressions are more important than early intervention: Qualifying broken windows theory in the lab
C Engel, M Beckenkamp, A Glöckner, B Irlenbusch, H Hennig-Schmidt, ...
International Review of Law and Economics 37, 126-136, 2014
42*2014
Public good provision by large groups –the logic of collective action revisited
Weimann, Joachim, J Brosig-Koch, T Heinrich, H Hennig-Schmidt, ...
European Economics Association 118, 348–363, 2019
41*2019
Cooperation in symmetric and asymmetric prisoner's dilemma games
M Beckenkamp, H Hennig‐Schmidt, FP Maier-Rigaud
MPI Collective Goods Preprint, 2007
412007
The impact of fairness on decision making—An analysis of different video experiments
H Hennig-Schmidt
Experimental economics: Financial markets, auctions, and decision making …, 2002
382002
How Effective are Pay-for-Performance Incentives for Physicians?-A Laboratory Experiment
J Brosig-Koch, H Hennig‐Schmidt, N Kairies-Schwarz, D Wiesen
A Laboratory Experiment (April 2, 2013), 2013
322013
Does performance disclosure influence physicians’ medical decisions? An experimental study
G Godager, H Hennig-Schmidt, T Iversen
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 131, 36-46, 2016
282016
Experimenting over a long distance: A method to facilitate intercultural experiments
G Walkowitz, C Oberhammer, H Henning-Schmidt
Bonn econ discussion papers, 2004
172004
Asymmetric Outside Options in Ultimatum Bargaining: A Systematic Analysis
H Hennig-Schmidt, B Irlenbusch, RM Rilke, G Walkowitz
International Journal of Game Theory, 2017
16*2017
Non-monotone strategies in ultimatum bargaining: first results from a video experiment in the people’s Republic of China
H Hennig-Schmidt, ZY Li, C Yang
Proceedings of the International Congress of Mathematicians Game Theory and …, 2002
162002
How to improve patient care?-An analysis of capitation, fee-for-service, and mixed payment schemes for physicians
J Brosig-Koch, H Hennig‐Schmidt, N Kairies-Schwarz, D Wiesen
An Analysis of Capitation, Fee-for-Service, and Mixed Payment Schemes for …, 2013
142013
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