Andreas Ortmann
Andreas Ortmann
Professor of Experimental and Behavioral Economics, Australian School of Business, UNSW
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Simple heuristics that make us smart
G Gigerenzer, PM Todd
Oxford University Press, USA, 1999
Experimental practices in economics: A methodological challenge for psychologists?
R Hertwig, A Ortmann
Behavioral and brain sciences 24 (3), 383-403, 2001
The effects of costless pre-play communication: Experimental evidence from games with Pareto-ranked equilibria
A Blume, A Ortmann
Journal of Economic theory 132 (1), 274-290, 2007
When and why? A critical survey on coordination failure in the laboratory
G Devetag, A Ortmann
Experimental economics 10, 331-344, 2007
The costs of deception: Evidence from psychology
A Ortmann, R Hertwig
Experimental Economics 5, 111-131, 2002
Trust, reciprocity, and social history: A re-examination
A Ortmann, J Fitzgerald, C Boeing
Experimental Economics 3, 81-100, 2000
Gender differences in the laboratory: evidence from prisoner’s dilemma games
A Ortmann, LK Tichy
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 39 (3), 327-339, 1999
Can ignorance beat the stock market?
B Borges, DG Goldstein, A Ortmann, G Gigerenzer
Simple heuristics that make us smart, 59-72, 1999
Deception in experiments: Revisiting the arguments in its defense
R Hertwig, A Ortmann
Ethics & behavior 18 (1), 59-92, 2008
The BCD of response time analysis in experimental economics
L Spiliopoulos, A Ortmann
Experimental economics 21, 383-433, 2018
Are the unskilled really that unaware? An alternative explanation
M Krajc, A Ortmann
Journal of Economic Psychology 29 (5), 724-738, 2008
Trust, repute and the role of non-profit enterprise
A Ortmann, M Schlesinger
Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 8 …, 1997
Trust, repute, and the role of nonprofit enterprise
A Ortmann, M Schlesinger
The study of the nonprofit enterprise: Theories and approaches, 77-114, 2003
On the origin of convention: Evidence from symmetric bargaining games
J Van Huyck, R Battalio, S Mathur, P Van Huyck, A Ortmann
International Journal of Game Theory 24, 187-212, 1995
Reasoning in economics and psychology: Why social context matters
A Ortmann, G Gigerenzer
Cognition, rationality, and institutions, 131-145, 2000
Is deception acceptable?
A Ortmann, R Hertwig
American Psychological Association 52 (7), 746, 1997
The recognition heuristic: a fast and frugal way to investment choice?
A Ortmann, G Gigerenzer, B Borges, DG Goldstein
Handbook of experimental economics results 1, 993-1003, 2008
How financial incentives and cognitive abilities affect task performance in laboratory settings: An illustration
O Rydval, A Ortmann
Economics Letters 85 (3), 315-320, 2004
Loss avoidance as selection principle: evidence from simple stag-hunt games
O Rydval, A Ortmann
Economics Letters 88 (1), 101-107, 2005
Modem economic theory and the study of nonprofit organizations: Why the twain shall meet
A Ortmann
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 25 (4), 470-484, 1996
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