Research

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Published papers (click for more)

  • l’Haridon, O., Vieider, F., Aycinena, D., Bandur, A., Belianin, A., Cingl, L., Kothial, A., and P. Martinsson (accepted). “Off the Charts: Massive Unexplained Heterogeneity in a Global Study of Ambiguity Attitudes.” Review of Economics and Statistics
  • Matoušek J., Cingl L. (forthcoming) “Collusion in Multi-Object Auctions: Experimental Evidence.” Eastern European Economics (link to publisher’s version, link to WP).
  • Willard A., Cingl L. (2017) “Testing Theories of Secularization and Religious Belief in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.” Evolution & Human Behavior 38(5), p. 604-615 (link to publisher‘s version)
  • Cahlíková, J. & Cingl, L. (2017) “Risk Preferences under Acute Stress.” Experimental Economics, 20(1), p. 209-239 (link to publisher’s version) (link to WP)
  • Cingl, L. (2013). “Does herd behavior arise more easily under time pressure? Experimental approach.” Prague Economic Papers 4, p. 558-582

Work in progress & working papers (click for more)

  • Cahlíková, J., Cingl, L. and Levely, I. (2017). “How Stress Affects Performance and Competitiveness across Gender” CERGE-WP No. 589 (link)
  • Matoušek J., Cingl L. (2015). “ Collusion in Multiobject Auctions: An Experimental Evidence” IES Working Papers 20/2015, Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Social Sciences, Institute of Economic Studies (link)
  • Cingl, L. & Cahlíková, J. (2013) “Risk Preferences under Acute Stress,” IES Working Papers 17/2013, Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Social Sciences, Institute of Economic Studies (link)
  • Vieider, F. M. & Cingl, L. & Martinsson, P. & Stojic, H. (2013) “Separating attitudes towards money from attitudes towards probabilities: Stake effects and ambiguity as a test for prospect theory,” Discussion Papers, WZB Junior Research Group Risk and Development SP II 2013-401, Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB) (link)
  • Cingl, L. (2012). “Does herd behavior arise more easily under time pressure? Experimental approach.” IES Working papers 1/2012
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