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Home | People | Dennie van Dolder

Dennie van Dolder

Research Fellow

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Research field
Experimental Economics, Game Theory, Risk and Uncertainty

List of publications

Neckermann, S., Turmunkh, U., van Dolder, D. and Wang, TongV. (2022). Nudging student participation in online evaluations of teaching: Evidence from a field experiment European Economic Review, 141:1--12.

Klein Teeselink, B., Potter van Loon, R.J.D., van den Assem, MartijnJ. and van Dolder, D. (2020). Incentives, Performance and Choking in Darts Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 169:38--52.

Baillon, A., Liu, N. and van Dolder, D. (2017). Comparing Uncertainty Aversion towards Different Sources Theory and Decision, 83(1):1--18.

Abdellaoui, M., Bleichrodt, H., l'Haridon, O. and van Dolder, D. (2016). Measuring Loss Aversion under Ambiguity: A Method to Make Prospect Theory Completely Observable Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 52(1):1--20.

Baltussen, G., van den Assem, M.J. and van Dolder, D. (2016). Risky Choice in the Limelight Review of Economics and Statistics, 98(2):318--332.

van Dolder, D., van den Assem, M.J., Camerer, C. and Thaler, R. (2015). Standing United or Falling Divided? High Stakes Bargaining in a TV Game Show American Economic Review, 105(5):402--407.