Arjan Non is lecturer and researcher at Erasmus University Rotterdam
His main research interests are the effects of monetary and non-monetary incentives on employee motivation and self-selection into organizations. He is also interested in the relation between personality traits and academic achievement. After obtaining his Phd in 2011 at Erasmus University Rotterdam, he worked at Maastricht University and the University of Bonn.
List of publications
Non, A., Rohde, I., de Grip, A. and Dohmen, T. (2022). Mission of the company, prosocial attitudes and job preferences: a discrete choice experiment Labour Economics, 74:.
Golsteyn, BartH.H., Non, A. and Zölitz, U. (2021). The impact of peer personality on academic achievement Journal of Political Economy, 129(4):1052--1099.
Dohmen, T., Rohde, I., Grip, A.D. and Non, J.(. (2021). Mission of the Company, Prosocial Attitudes and Job Preferences: A Stated-Preference Experiment Labour Economics, :.
Dohmen, T., Non, A. and Stolp, T. (2021). Reference points and the tradeoff between risk and incentives Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 192:813--831.
Bernard, M., Dohmen, T., Non, J. and Rohde, I. (2019). Menus of Contracts Determine Sorting Patterns Journal of Economic Psychology, 72:293--311.
Non, J. and Tempelaar, D. (2016). Time preferences, study effort, and academic performance Economics of Education Review, 54:36--61.