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Theo Offerman

Research Fellow

University
University of Amsterdam
Research field
Behavioral Economics
Interests
Auctions, Experimental Economics, Game Theory, Public Economics

Key publications

List of publications

A.G. Kopányi-Peuker and T. Offerman and R. Sloof. 2018. Team production benefits from a permanent fear of exclusion. European Economic Review, 103, 125--149, 0014-2921

A. Hu and T. Offerman and L. Zou. 2018. How risk sharing may enhance efficiency of English auctions. Economic Journal, 128, 1235--1256, 0013-0133

van Leeuwen, B. and T.J.S. Offerman and A.J.H.C. Schram. 2018. Competition for Status Creates Superstars: An Experiment on Public Good Provision and Network Formation. Journal of the European Economic Association, 1542-4766

S. Jagau and T. Offerman. 2018. Defaults, normative anchors, and the occurrence of risky and cautious shifts. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 56, 211--236, 0895-5646

de Haan, T. and T. Offerman and R. Sloof. 2017. Discrimination in the labour market: the curse of competition between workers. Economic Journal, 127, 1433–1466, 0013-0133

A. Kopányi-Peuker and T. Offerman and R. Sloof. 2017. Fostering cooperation through the enhancement of own vulnerability. Games and Economic Behavior, 101, 273--290, 0899-8256

T. Offerman and A.B. Palley. 2016. Lossed in translation: an off-the-shelf method to recover probablistic beliefs from loss-averse agents. Experimental Economics, 19, 1--30, 1386-4157

T. Offerman and van der Veen, A.. 2015. How to subsidize contributions to public goods: Does the frog jump out of the boiling water?. European Economic Review, 74, 96--108, 0014-2921

de Haan, T. and T. Offerman and R. Sloof. 2015. Money talks? An experimental investigation of cheap talk and burned money. International Economic Review, 56, 1385--1426, 0020-6598

de Groot Ruiz, A. and T. Offerman and S. Onderstal. 2015. Equilibrium selection in experimental cheap talk games. Games and Economic Behavior, 91, 14--25, 0899-8256

D. Nosenzo and T. Offerman and M. Sefton and van der Veen, A.. 2014. Encouraging compliance: bonuses versus fines in inspection games. Journal of Law, Economics, \& Organization, 30, 623--648, 8756-6222

de Groot Ruiz, A. and T. Offerman and S. Onderstal. 2014. For those about to talk we salute you: an experimental study of credible deviations and ACDC. Experimental Economics, 17, 173--199, 1386-4157

J.K. Goeree and T. Offerman and R. Sloof. 2013. Demand reduction and preemptive bidding in multi-unit license auctions. Experimental Economics, 16, 52--87, 1386-4157

A. Hu and T. Offerman and L. Zou. 2011. Premium auctions and risk preferences. Journal of Economic Theory, 146, 2420--2439, 0022-0531

A. Hu and T. Offerman and S. Onderstal. 2011. Fighting collusion in auctions: an experimental investigation. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 29, 84--96, 0167-7187

de Haan, T. and T. Offerman and R. Sloof. 2011. Noisy signaling: theory and experiment. Games and Economic Behavior, 73, 402--428, 0899-8256

T. Offerman and J. Sonnemans and van de Kuilen, G. and P.P. Wakker. 2009. A truth serum for non-Bayesians : correcting proper scoring rules for risk attitudes. The Review of Economic Studies, 76, 1461--1489, 0034-6527

T. Offerman and A. Schotter. 2009. Imitation and luck: an experimental study on social sampling. Games and Economic Behavior, 65, 461--502, 0899-8256

K. Eliaz and T. Offerman and A. Schotter. 2008. Creating competition out of thin air: an experimental study of right-to-choose auctions. Games and Economic Behavior, 62, 383--416, 0899-8256

T.J.S. Offerman and J.J.M. Potters. 2006. Does auctioning of entry licenses induce collusion? An experimental study. The Review of Economic Studies, 73, 769--791, 0034-6527

J.K. Goeree and T.J.S. Offerman and A.J.H.C. Schram. 2006. Using first-price auctions to sell heterogeneous licenses. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 24, 555--581, 0167-7187

J.K. Goeree and T.J.S. Offerman. 2004. The Amsterdam Auction. Econometrica, 72, 281--294, 0012-9682

T.J.S. Offerman and J.H. Sonnemans. 2004. What's Causing Overreaction? An Experimental Investigation of Recency and the Hot Hand Effect. The Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 106, 533--553, 0347-0520

J.K. Goeree and T.J.S. Offerman. 2003. Winner's Curse without Overbidding. European Economic Review, 47, 625--644, 0014-2921

J.K. Goeree and T.J.S. Offerman. 2003. Competitive Bidding in Auctions with Private and Common Values. Economic Journal, 113, 598--614, 0013-0133

T.J.S. Offerman. 2002. Hurting Hurts More Than Helping Helps. European Economic Review, 46, 1423--1437, 0014-2921

T.J.S. Offerman and J. Potters and J.H. Sonnemans. 2002. Imitation and Belief Learning in an Oligopoly Experiment. The Review of Economic Studies, 96, 973--997, 0034-6527

J. Cox and T.J.S. Offerman and M. Olson and A.J.H.C. Schram. 2002. Competition For vs On the Rails: A Laboratory Experiment. International Economic Review, 43, 709--736, 0020-6598

J.K. Goeree and T.J.S. Offerman. 2002. Efficiency in Auctions with Private and Common Values: An Experimental Study. The American Economic Review, 92, 625--643, 0002-8282

W. Guth and T.J.S. Offerman and J. Potters and M. Strobel and H.A.A. Verbon. 2002. Are Family Transfers Crowded Out by Public Transfers?. The Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 104, 587--604, 0347-0520

T.J.S. Offerman and J. Potters and H.A.A. Verbon. 2001. Cooperation in an Overlapping Generations Experiment. Games and Economic Behavior, 36, 264--275, 0899-8256

T.J.S. Offerman and J.H. Sonnemans and A.J.H.C. Schram. 2001. Expectation Formation in Step-Level Public Good Games. Economic Inquiry, 39, 250--269, 0095-2583

J.H. Sonnemans and A.J.H.C. Schram and T.J.S. Offerman. 1999. Strategic Behavior in Public Good Games: When Partners Really Become Strangers. Economics Letters, 35--41, 0165-1765

J.H. Sonnemans and A.J.H.C. Schram and T.J.S. Offerman. 1998. Public good provision and public bad prevention: the effect of framing. Journal of Economic Behavior \& Organization, 34, 143--161, 0167-2681

T.J.S. Offerman and A.J.H.C. Schram and J.H. Sonnemans. 1998. Quantal response models in step-level public good games. European Journal of Political Economy, 14, 89--100, 0176-2680

T.J.S. Offerman and J.H. Sonnemans. 1998. Learning by experience and learning by imitating successful others. Journal of Economic Behavior \& Organization, 34, 559--575, 0167-2681

T.J.S. Offerman and A.J.H.C. Schram and J.H. Sonnemans. 1996. Value orientations, expectations and voluntary contributions in public goods. Economic Journal, 106, 817--845, 0013-0133