Holger A. Rau
I am an Assistant Professor at the University of Göttingen.
My research interests are Experimental Economics, Social Preferences, Gender Differences and Behavioral Finance. I especially focus on laboratory approaches to analyze the functioning of work incentives and their impact on labor-market phenomena such as the gender wage gap. I am also interested in irrational investor behavior documented by the disposition effect.
- Gender Differences in Motivational Crowding Out of Work Performance
[with Volker Benndorf and Christian Sölch], Economic Inquiry, forthcoming.
[with Georg Clemens], Journal of Economics and Management Strategies, forthcoming.
[with Robert Feicht, Veronika Grimm and Gesine Stephan], European Economic Review 100, 175-192.
[with Kerstin Grosch], Journal of Economic Psychology 62, 258-267.
[with Matthias Heinz and Hans-Theo Normann), European Economic Review 90, 336-349.
[with Stephan Müller], European Economic Review 85, 1-7 (lead article).
Journal of Banking and Finance 61, 272-282.
- Simultaneous and Sequential Contributions to Step-level Public Goods One versus Two Provision Levels (2015)
[with Hans-Theo Normann), Journal of Conflict Resolution 59, 1273-1300.
[with Sascha Füllbrunn and Utz Weitzel] Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 107B, 810-826.
Economics Letters 123, 33-36.
[with Matthias Heinz and Steffen Juranek), Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 83, 105-110.
- Trust and Trustworthiness : A Survey of Gender Differences (2012)
in Psychology of Gender Differences, 2012, Sarah McGeowen (ed.) Sarah McGeown, New York: Nova Science Publishers
Revise and Resubmit
- Decisions under Uncertainty in Social Contexts
[with Stephan Müller], R&R in Games and Economic Behavior.
- Motivational Crowding Out Effects in Chartiable Giving: Experimental Evidence
[with Stephan Müller], R&R in Journal of Economic Psychology.