Gönül Doğan

I am a Junior Professor in the area of Corporate Development at the University of Cologne since May 2015. My current research is mostly focused on anti-social and unethical behaviour, and mostly in groups. I am interested in mob formation, dilution of morality via groups and group decision-making, reciprocity concerns, and social distance.

Contact info:

Universitatstrasse 22a
Chair of Corporate Development
Universitat zu Köln 

“Deception and reciprocity” with D. Alempaki and S. Saccardo. Accepted. Experimental Economics. this version: October 2018.
“How to choose your victim” with K. Abbink. Forthcoming in Games and Economic Behavior. Final version: August 2018.
“Collusion in a buyer-seller network formation game”. Forthcoming in Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. Full-text here.
"Spoils division rules shape aggression between natural groups" with L. Glowacki and H. Rusch. 2018. Nature Human Behavior: 2(5), p.322. Full-text here.
The effect of link costs on simple buyer-seller networkswith M. van Assen and J. Potters. 2013. Games and Economic Behaviour, 77(1): 229-246.
Testing models of pure exchange with M. van Assen. 2009. Journal of Mathematical Sociology, 33: 97-128.
“The stability of exchange networks” with M. van Assen, A. van de Rijt, and V. Buskens. 2009. Social Networks, 31: 118-125.

Working Papers:
“When in Rome: Lying in a foreign language” with D. Alempaki and Y. Yang (Revision under preparation, this version: September 2017)
“Lying to be fair” with R. Roggema (this version: September 2015)

Work In Progress:
“Leaders, followers, and group decision-making" (Manuscript in preparation)
"Group identity affects anti-social decisions more than group relations" with Luke Glowacki and Hannes Rusch (Manuscript in preparation)
"What makes pyramid schemes work?" with Kenan Kalaycı and Priscilla Man
"Social exclusion" with Nanxu Su
"(Anti-)Social learning in groups" 
"A model of lying and reciprocity" with Silvia Dominguez Martinez

Gönül Doğan,
13 Oct 2015, 07:11