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Home | People | Sander Onderstal

Sander Onderstal

Research Fellow

University of Amsterdam
Research field
Organizations and Markets
Auctions, Experimental Economics, Field Experiments, Game Theory, Law and Economics

List of publications

Onderstal, A. (2022). The Pricing Structure of Legal Services: Do Lawyers Offer What Clients Want? Review of Industrial Organization, :.

Onderstal, A. (2021). Asymmetric solutions to asymmetric information problems International Review of Law and Economics, :.

Bos, O., Gomez Martinez, F., Onderstal, A. and Truyts, T. (2021). Signalling in auctions: Experimental evidence Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 187:448--469.

Czibor, E., Onderstal, S., Sloof, R. and van Praag, C.M. (2020). Does relative grading help male students?: Evidence from a field experiment in the classroom Economics of Education Review, 75:.

Onderstal, S. (2020). Premium auctions in the field Review of Economic Design, 24(1):.

el Haji, A. and Onderstal, A. (2019). Trading places: An experimental comparison of reallocation mechanisms for priority queuing Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 28(4):670--686.

Gomez-Martinez, F., Onderstal, S. and Sonnemans, J. (2016). Firm-specific information and explicit collusion in experimental oligopolies European Economic Review, 82:132--141.

Yang, Y., Onderstal, S. and Schram, A. (2016). Inequity Aversion Revisited Journal of Economic Psychology, 54:1--16.

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

Onderstal, S., Schram, A. and Soetevent, A. (2014). Reprint of: Bidding to give in the field Journal of Public Economics, 114:87--100.

Hinloopen, J. and Onderstal, S. (2014). Going once, going twice, reported! Cartel activity and the effectiveness of antitrust policies in experimental auctions European Economic Review, 70:317--336.

de Groot Ruiz, A., Offerman, T. and Onderstal, S. (2014). For those about to talk we salute you: an experimental study of credible deviations and ACDC Experimental Economics, 17(2):173--199.

Onderstal, S., Schram, A. and Soetevent, A. (2013). Bidding to give in the field Journal of Public Economics, 105:72--85.

Vyrastekova, J., Onderstal, S. and Koning, P. (2012). Self-selection and the power of incentive schemes: An experimental study Applied Economics, 44(32):4211--4219.

Hu, A., Offerman, T. and Onderstal, S. (2011). Fighting collusion in auctions: an experimental investigation International Journal of Industrial Organization, 29(1):84--96.

Dari-Mattiacci, G., Onderstal, S. and Parisi, F. (2009). Seeking rents in the shadow of Coase Public Choice, 139(1-2):171--196.

Schram, A. and Onderstal, S. (2009). Bidding to give: an experimental comparison of auctions for charity International Economic Review, 50(2):431--457.

Onderstal, S. (2009). Bidding for the unemployed: an application of mechanism design to welfare-to-work programs European Economic Review, 53(6):715--722.

Englmaier, F., Llorente, L., Onderstal, S. and Sausgruber, R. (2009). The chopstick auction: a study of the exposure problem in multi-unit auctions International Journal of Industrial Organization, 27(2):286--291.

Maasland, E. and Onderstal, A. (2007). Auctions with financial externalities Economic Theory, 32(3):551--574.

Maasland, E. and Onderstal, S. (2006). Going, Going, Gone! A Swift Tour of Auction Theory and its Applications De Economist, 154(2):197--249.

Goeree, J., Maasland, E., Onderstal, A. and Turner, J. (2005). How (Not) to Raise Money Journal of Political Economy, 113(4):897--918.