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Andis Sofianos
Andis Sofianos
Department of Economics, Durham University
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Intelligence, personality, and gains from cooperation in repeated interactions
E Proto, A Rustichini, A Sofianos
Journal of Political Economy 127 (3), 1351-1390, 2019
185*2019
Intelligence, Errors, and Cooperation in Repeated Interactions
E Proto, A Rustichini, A Sofianos
The Review of Economic Studies, 2021
33*2021
Self-reported & revealed trust: Experimental evidence
A Sofianos
Journal of Economic Psychology 88, 102451, 2022
122022
The conditional contribution mechanism for repeated public goods–The general case
J Oechssler, A Reischmann, A Sofianos
Journal of Economic Theory 203, 105488, 2022
92022
Reverse Bayesianism: Revising Beliefs in Light of Unforeseen Events
CK Becker, T Melkonyan, E Proto, A Sofianos, ST Trautmann
CESifo Working Paper, 2020
72020
Does mining fuel bubbles? An experimental study on cryptocurrency markets
A Sofianos, M Lambrecht, Y Xu
Management Science, 2023
5*2023
The Binary Lottery Procedure does not induce risk neutrality in the Holt & Laury and Eckel & Grossman tasks
O Kirchkamp, J Oechssler, A Sofianos
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 185, 348-369, 2021
52021
Intelligence disclosure and cooperation in repeated interactions
M Lambrecht, E Proto, A Rustichini, A Sofianos
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP16656, 2021
32021
Anger impairs strategic behavior: A Beauty-Contest based analysis
A Castagnetti, E Proto, A Sofianos
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 213, 128-141, 2023
12023
Intelligence Disclosure in Repeated Interactions
M Lambrecht, E Proto, A Rustichini, A Sofianos
working paper, 2022
12022
Investigations of decision processes at the intersection of psychology and economics
J Lohse, RM Rahal, M Schulte-Mecklenbeck, A Sofianos, C Wollbrant
Journal of Economic Psychology, 102741, 2024
2024
Intelligence Disclosure and Cooperation in Repeated Interactions
E Proto, M Lambrecht, A Rustichini, A Sofianos
CEPR Discussion Papers, 2021
2021
Reverse Bayesianism: Revising Beliefs in Light of Unforeseen Events
E Proto, C Becker, T Melkonyan, A Sofianos, S Trautmann
CEPR Discussion Papers, 2020
2020
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