Publications

    Publications since 2005
 
JEBOXue Xu and Jan Potters (2018), An experiment on cooperation in ongoing organizations, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 147, 28-40. JOEPHuseyn Ismayilov and Jan Potters (2017), Elicited vs. voluntary promises, Journal of Economic Psychology 62, 295-312.
JBDMTing Jiang, Jan Potters, Yuki Funaki (2016), Eye tracking social preferences, Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 29, 157-168. Ec LttsJan Potters and Jan Stoop (2016), Do cheaters in the lab also cheat in the field?, European Economic Review 87, 26-33.
De EconomistRik Dillingh, Peter Kooreman, and Jan Potters (2016), Probability Numeracy and Health Insurance Purchase, De Economist 164, 19-39. Ec LttsHuseyn Ismayilov and Jan Potters (2016), Why do promises affect trustworthiness, or do they?, Experimental Economics 19(2), 382-393.
JRUFranziska Tausch, Jan Potters, and Arno Riedl (2014), An experimental investigation of risk sharing and adverse selection, Journal of Risk and Uncertainty Ec LttsMonique Pollmann, Jan Potters, and Stefan Trautmann (2014), Risk taking by agents: The role of ex-ante and ex-post accountability, Economics Letters 123 (3), 387-390.
JEEAMarta Serra Garcia, Eric van Damme and Jan Potters (2013), Lying About What You Know or About What You Do?, Journal of the European Economic Association 11(5), 1204-1229 JEBOHuseyn Ismayilov and Jan Potters (2013), Disclosing Advisor's Interests Neither Hurts Nor Helps, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 93, 314-320.
JPEFFranziska Tausch, Jan Potters, Arno Riedl (2013), Preferences for redistribution and pensions. What can we learn from experiments?, Journal of Pension Economics and Finance 12(3), 298-325 JOESJan Potters and Sigrid Suetens (2013), Oligopoly Experiments in the Current Millennium, Journal of Economic Surveys 27, 439-460.
JEBOEline van der Heijden, Tobias Klein, Wieland Müller and Jan Potters (2012), Framing effects and impatience: Evidence from a large scale experiment, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 84, 701-711. GEBGonul Dogan, Marcel van Assen and Jan Potters (2013), The Effect of Link Costs on Simple Buyer-Seller Networks, Games and Economic Behavior 77(1), 229-246
GEBMarta Serra Garcia, Eric van Damme and Jan Potters (2011), Hiding an inconvenient truth: Lies and vagueness, Games and Economic Behavior 73(1), 244-261 IJIOKenan Kalayci and Jan Potters (2011), Buyer Confusion and Market Prices, International Journal of Industrial Organization 29(1), 14-22.
RESTUDJan Potters and Sigrid Suetens (2009), Cooperation in Experimental Games of Strategic Complements and Substitutes, Review of Economic Studies 76(3), 1125-1147. Energy EconomicsRob Aalbers, Eline van der Heijden, Jan Potters, Daan van Soest, and Herman Vollebergh (2009), Technology Adoption Subsidies: An Experiment with Managers, Energy Economics 31(3), 431-442.
JEBOEline van der Heijden, Jan Potters, and Martin Sefton (2009), Hierarchy and Opportunism in Teams, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 69(1), 39-50. CUPJan Potters (2009), Transparency about past, present and future conduct. Experimental evidence on the impact on competitiveness, Experiments and Competition Policy Jeroen Hinloopen and Hans-Theo Normann (eds.), Cambridge University Press.
ECTHJan Potters, Martin Sefton, and Lise Vesterlund (2007), Leading-by-example and signaling in voluntary contribution games: An experimental study, Economic Theory, 33(1), 169-182. EXECJan Potters and Sigrid Suetens (2007), Bertrand colludes more than Cournot, Experimental Economics, 10(1), 71-77.
De EconomistEline van der Heijden, Jan Nelissen and Jan Potters (2007), Opinions on the tax deductibility of mortgages and the consensus effect, De Economist, 155(2), 141-159. EconLetJan Boone Jan Potters (2006), Transparency and prices with imperfect substitutes, Economics Letters 93(3), 398-404, also see the Erratum
EconLetWerner Güth, Wieland Müller, and Jan Potters (2006), Endogenous preemption on both sides of a market, Economics Letters 93 (1), 126-131. RESTUDTheo Offerman and Jan Potters (2006), Does auctioning of entry licenses induce collusion? An experimental study, Review of Economic Studies, 73(3), 769-791.
EERKirchsteiger, Georg, Muriel Niederle, Jan Potters (2005), Endogenizing market institutions. An experimental approach, European Economic Review, 49(7), 1827-1853. JPubEJan Potters, Martin Sefton and Lise Vesterlund (2005), After You - Endogenous Sequencing in Voluntary Contribution Games, Journal of Public Economics 89 (8), 1399-1419.
   Selected publications before 2005
JoFUri Gneezy, Arie Kapteyn, and Jan Potters (2003), Evaluation periods and asset prices in a market experiment, Journal of Finance 58 (2), 821-837. RESTUDTheo Offerman, Jan Potters and Joep Sonnemans (2002), Imitation and belief learning in an oligopoly experiment, Review of Economics Studies, 69 (4), 973-997.
QJEUri Gneezy and Jan Potters (1997), An experiment on risk taking and evaluation periods, Quarterly Journal of Economics 112 (2), 631-646. PUCHJan Potters and Frans van Winden (1992), Lobbying and asymmetric information, Public Choice 74 (3), 269-292.
JEEHans Gremmen and Jan Potters (1997), Assessing the Efficacy of Gaming in Economic Education, Journal of Economic Education 28 (4), 291-303. EJPEJan Potters and Randolph Sloof (1996), Interest groups: A survey of empirical models that try to assess their influence, European Journal of Political Economy 12 (3), 403-442.
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