Andreas Leibbrandt
Andreas Leibbrandt
Professor of Economics, Monash University
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Do competitive workplaces deter female workers? A large-scale natural field experiment on job entry decisions
JA Flory, A Leibbrandt, JA List
The Review of Economic Studies 82 (1), 122-155, 2015
Do women avoid salary negotiations? Evidence from a large-scale natural field experiment
A Leibbrandt, JA List
Management Science 61 (9), 2016-2024, 2015
A field study on cooperativeness and impatience in the tragedy of the commons
E Fehr, A Leibbrandt
Journal of Public Economics 95 (9), 1144-1155, 2011
Ode to the sea: Workplace organizations and norms of cooperation
U Gneezy, A Leibbrandt, JA List
The Economic Journal 126 (595), 1856-1883, 2016
Rise and fall of competitiveness in individualistic and collectivistic societies
A Leibbrandt, U Gneezy, JA List
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (23), 9305-9308, 2013
An exploration of third and second party punishment in ten simple games
A Leibbrandt, R López-Pérez
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 2012
Gender quotas, competitions, and peer review: Experimental evidence on the backlash against women
A Leibbrandt, LC Wang, C Foo
Management Science 64 (8), 3501-3516, 2018
Increasing workplace diversity: Evidence from a recruiting experiment at a Fortune 500 company
JA Flory, A Leibbrandt, C Rott, O Stoddard
Journal of Human Resources 56 (1), 73-92, 2021
Communication in intergroup conflicts
A Leibbrandt, L Sääksvuori
European Economic Review, 2012
Social integration, participation, and community resource management
C Cavalcanti, S Engel, A Leibbrandt
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 65 (2), 262-276, 2013
Indirect reciprocity and prosocial behaviour: evidence from a natural field experiment
R Mujcic, A Leibbrandt
The Economic Journal 128 (611), 1683-1699, 2018
Incomplete punishment networks in public goods games: experimental evidence
A Leibbrandt, A Ramalingam, L Sääksvuori, JM Walker
Experimental Economics 18, 15-37, 2015
Do equal employment opportunity statements backfire? Evidence from a natural field experiment on job-entry decisions
A Leibbrandt, JA List
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2018
Behavioral insights from field experiments in environmental economics
DA Brent, L Friesen, L Gangadharan, A Leibbrandt
International Review of Environmental and Resource Economics 10 (2), 95-143, 2017
The dark side of altruistic third-party punishment
A Leibbrandt, R López-Pérez
Journal of Conflict Resolution 55 (5), 761-784, 2011
How do gender quotas affect workplace relationships? Complementary evidence from a representative survey and labor market experiments
E Ip, A Leibbrandt, J Vecci
Management Science 66 (2), 805-822, 2020
Behavioral constraints on price discrimination: Experimental evidence on pricing and customer antagonism
A Leibbrandt
European Economic Review 121, 103303, 2020
Are social preferences related to market performance?
A Leibbrandt
Experimental Economics 15, 589-603, 2012
On the redistribution of wealth in a developing country: Experimental evidence on stake and framing effects
A Leibbrandt, P Maitra, A Neelim
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 118, 360-371, 2015
Is there a glass ceiling for ethnic minorities to enter leadership positions? Evidence from a field experiment with over 12,000 job applications
M Adamovic, A Leibbrandt
The Leadership Quarterly 34 (2), 101655, 2023
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