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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.


[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?


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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