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"L’histoire des sciences est l’histoire des défaites de l’irrationalisme."

Gaston Bachelard, L’Activité rationaliste de la physique contemporaine, (PUF, ed. 1951), p.27.

Publications
 

[4] Measuring strategic-uncertainty attitudes

(with Lisa Bruttel, Camille Cornand, Adam Zylbersztejn, and Frank Heinemann)

Experimental Economics, 2023, 26, pp. 522-549.

[+]Article [+]GATE WP [+]Thread

A pre-results reviewed experiment in which we propose a method for measuring strategic-uncertainty attitudes.

[3] Competition and moral behavior: A meta-analysis of forty-five crowd-sourced experimental designs

(with Christoph Huber, Anna Dreber, Jürgen Huber, +90, and Felix Holzmeister)

Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences, 2023, 120(23).

[+]Article [+]Website [+]Thread

A meta-science paper in which teams of two investigated the same research question of whether competition affects moral behavior.

[2] Learning to deal with repeated shocks under strategic complementarity: An experiment

(with Camille Cornand and Adam Zylbersztejn)

Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 2022, 200, pp. 1318-1343.

[+]Article [+]GATE WP

Do economies spend less time in disequilibrium the more shocks they experience? If so, does the pattern of shocks matter for learning?

[1] Imperfect tacit collusion and asymmetric price transmission

(with David Hales, Patrick Julius, and Weiwei Tasch)

Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 2021, 192, pp. 584-599.

[+]Article [+]Appendix [+]Thread

Do prices react asymmetrically to positive and negative cost shocks, even in the absence of real frictions? What is the role of tacit collusion in asymmetries?

Work-in-progress
 

Consumer beliefs about central bank inflation forecasts

[+]WP [+]BSoE WP [+]Thread [+]Short video

Why do consumers' inflation expectations diverge so much from central banks' forecasts? Could it be due to consumers misperceiving accuracy and bias?

Irrational inattention

(with Ciril Bosch-Rosa and Bernhard Kassner)

Does overprecision distort the attention allocation? Do rational inattention and overprecision reinforce each other when forming beliefs?

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