The Impact of Fraud on Reputation Systems, [jointly with Philipp Krügel]. (Revise and Resubmit: Games and Economic Behavior)
Markets Reduce Discrimination, [jointly with Daniel Müller]. (Revise and Resubmit: Games and Economic Behavior)
Publications in peer-reviewed journals
- Necker, S. and Paetzel F. (2023): The effect of losing and winning on cheating and effort in repeated competitions. Journal of Economic Psychology 98.
- Traub, S., Schwaninger, M., Paetzel, F. and Neuhofer, S. (2023): Evidence on need-sensitive giving behavior: An experimental approach to the acknowledgment of needs. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics 105.
- Maaser, N., Paetzel, F. and Traub, S. (2022): Gender and Nominal Power in Multilateral Bargaining. Games 13 (1), 11.
- Tepe, M., Paetzel, F., Lorenz, J. and Lutz, M. (2021): Efficiency Loss and Support for Income Redistribution: Evidence from a Laboratory Experiment. Rationality and Society 33: 313-340.
- Greiff, M. and Paetzel, F. (2020): Information About Average Evaluations Increases Efficiency: An Experiment on Noisy Reputation Systems. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 180: 334-356.
- Maaser, N., Paetzel, F. and Traub, S. (2019): Power Illusion in Coalition Bargaining: An Experimental Analysis. Games and Economic Behavior 117: 433-450.
- Paetzel, F. and Sausgruber, R. (2018): Cognitive Ability and In-group Bias - An Experimental Study. Journal of Public Economics 167: 280-292.
- Paetzel, F., Lorenz, J. and Tepe, M. (2018): Transparency diminishes framing-effects in an experiment on voting and redistribution. European Journal of Political Economy 55: 169-184.
- Lorenz, J., Paetzel F. and Tepe M. (2017): Just don't call it a tax! Framing in an experiment on voting and redistribution. Journal of Experimental Political Science 4(3): 183-194.
- Paetzel, F. and Traub, S. (2017): Skewness-adjusted Social Preferences: Experimental Evidence on the Relation between Inequality, Elite Behavior and Economic Efficiency. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics 68: 130-139.
- Greiff, M. and Paetzel, F. (2016): Second-Order Beliefs in Reputation Systems with Endogenous Evaluations – An Experimental Study. Games and Economic Behavior 97: 32-43.
- Kittel, B., Paetzel,F. and Traub, S. (2015): Competition, Income Distribution, and the Middle Class: An Experimental Study. Journal of Applied Mathematics 501.
- Greiﬀ, M. and Paetzel, F. (2015): Incomplete Information Strengthens the Effectiveness of Social Approval. Economic Inquiry 53(1): 557-573.
- Paetzel F., Sausgruber R. and Traub S. (2014): Social Preferences and Voting on Reform: An Experimental Study. European Economic Review 70: 36-55.
- Lorenz J., Paetzel F. and Schweitzer F. (2013): Redistribution Spurs Growth by Using a Portfolio Effect on Risky Human Capital. PLoS ONE 8(2): e54904.
Work in Progress
- Preferences for Redistribution, Ethnic Diversity and Discrimination, [jointly with Gianluca Grimalda, Lena Detlefsen and Christoph Schütt, (Working paper coming soon)].
- A little uncertainty diminishes social preferences, [jointly with Ulrich Schmidt und Stefan Traub, (Working paper coming soon)].
- Social Identity and Social Status, [jointly with Janina Kraus, (Working paper coming soon)].
- Heterogeneity, Social Identity and the Social Contract, [jointly with Markus Tepe, (Working paper coming soon)].
- Social identity and structural change.
- Fake evaluations and solutions, [jointly with Philipp Krügel, Matthias Greiff and Timo Heinrich].
- Power, veto player and the social contract, [jointly with Nicola Maaser and Stefan Traub].
- Social identity and responsibility, [jointly with Miguel Abellan-Ossenbach and Mario Mechtel].
- Risk behavior and non-events, [jointly with Philipp Krügel, Mey-Ling Sommer and Stefan Traub].
- Skewness-adjusted Social Preferences: Elite-behavior.
- Resistance to Reform and Redistribution, [jointly with Rupert Sausgruber and Stefan Traub]
PROF. DR. FABIAN PAETZEL
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