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Home | People | Jeroen van de Ven
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Jeroen van de Ven

Research Fellow

University
University of Amsterdam
Research field
Behavioral Economics
Interests
Experimental Economics, Field Experiments, Law and Economics, Microeconomic Theory

Key publications

List of publications

Enke, B., Gneezy, U., Hall, B., Martin, D., Nelidov, V., Offerman, T. and Ven, J. (2021). Cognitive Biases: Mistakes or Missing Stakes? Review of Economics and Statistics, :.

Charness, G., Samek, A. and van de Ven, J. (2021). What is considered deception in experimental economics? Experimental Economics, :.

Leeuwen, B.van, Offerman, T. and van de Ven, J. (2020). Fight or Flight: Endogenous Timing in Conflicts Review of Economics and Statistics, :.

He, S., Offerman, T. and van de Ven, J. (2019). The power and limits of sequential communication in coordination games Journal of Economic Theory, 181:238--273.

Belot, M. and van de Ven, J. (2019). Is dishonesty persistent? Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 83:.

Charness, G., List, JohnA., Rustichini, A., Samek, A. and Van De Ven, J. (2019). Theory of mind among disadvantaged children: Evidence from a field experiment Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 166:174--194.

Charness, G., Rustichini, A. and van de Ven, J. (2018). Self-confidence and strategic behavior Experimental Economics, 21(1):72--98.

Belot, M. and van de Ven, J. (2017). How private is private information?: The ability to spot deception in an economic game Experimental Economics, 20(1):19--43.

Diecidue, E., Levy, M. and van de Ven, J. (2015). No aspiration to win? An experimental test of the aspiration level model Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 51(3):245--266.

Bremzen, A., Khokhlova, E., Suvorov, A. and van de Ven, J. (2015). Bad news: an experimental study on the informational effects of rewards Review of Economics and Statistics, 97(1):55--70.

Koch, A., Nafziger, J., Suvorov, A. and van de Ven, J. (2014). Self-rewards and personal motivation European Economic Review, 68:151--167.

Belot, M., Bhaskar, V. and van de Ven, J. (2012). Can observers predict trustworthiness? Review of Economics and Statistics, 94(1):246--259.

van de Ven, J. (2012). Framing contracts (comment) Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 168(1):89--93.

Belot, M., Bhaskar, V. and van de Ven, J. (2012). Beauty and the sources of discrimination Journal of Human Resources, 47(3):851--872.

Belot, M. and van de Ven, J. (2011). Friendships and favouritism on the schoolground: a framed field experiment Economic Journal, 121(557):1228--1251.

Belot, M., Bhaskar, V. and van de Ven, J. (2010). Promises and cooperation: Evidence from a TV game show Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 73(3):396--405.

Suvorov, A. and van de Ven, J. (2009). Discretionary rewards as a feedback mechanism Games and Economic Behavior, 67(2):665--681.

Diecidue, E. and van de Ven, J. (2008). Aspiration level, probability of success and failure, and expected utility International Economic Review, 49(2):683--700.

Van De Ven, J. (2002). The demand for social approval and status as a motivation to give Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 158(3):464--482.

Nahuis, R. and Van De Ven, J. (1999). Endogenous growth in a small open economy: Any policy lessons? De Economist, 147(3):353--360.