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Thomas Buser

Research Fellow

University of Amsterdam
Research field
Behavioral Economics
Education, Experimental Economics, Field Experiments, Neuroeconomics

List of publications

Buser, T., Grimalda, G., Putterman, L. and van der Weele, J. (2020). Overconfidence and gender gaps in redistributive preferences: Cross-Country experimental evidence Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 178:267--286.

Buser, T. and Yuan, H. (2019). Do women give up competing more easily? Evidence from the lab and the Dutch Math Olympiad American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 11(3):225--252.

Buser, T., Gerhards, L. and van der Weele, J. (2018). Responsiveness to feedback as a personal trait Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 56(2):165--192.

Buser, T., Geijtenbeek, L. and Plug, E. (2018). Sexual orientation, competitiveness and income Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 151:191--198.

Buser, T., Oosterbeek, H., Plug, E., Ponce, J. and Rosero, J. (2017). The impact of positive and negative income changes on the height and weight of young children World Bank Economic Review, 31(3):786--808.

Buser, T., Dreber, A. and Mollerstrom, J. (2017). The impact of stress on tournament entry Experimental Economics, 20(2):506--530.

Buser, T., Peter, N. and Wolter, S. (2017). Gender, competitiveness, and study choices in high school: Evidence from Switzerland American Economic Review, 107(5):125--130.

Buser, T. (2015). The effect of income on religiousness American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 7(3):178--195.

Buser, T., Niederle, M. and Oosterbeek, H. (2014). Gender, competitiveness and career choices Quarterly Journal of Economics, 129(3):1409--1447.

Buser, T. (2012). The impact of the menstrual cycle and hormonal contraceptives on competitiveness Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 83(1):1--10.

Buser, T. and Peter, N. (2012). Multitasking Experimental Economics, 15(4):641--655.

Buser, T. (2012). Digit ratios, the menstrual cycle and social preferences Games and Economic Behavior, 76(2):457--470.