His primary scientific interests are in Microeconomics, Social psychology, Voting behavior, Competition and Set. His work on Public good, Team production and Incentive as part of general Microeconomics study is frequently linked to Variable and Work, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His work on Affect and Punishment as part of general Social psychology study is frequently linked to Hazard, Economic decision making and Laboratory experiment, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Frans van Winden works mostly in the field of Affect, limiting it down to concerns involving Reciprocity and, occasionally, Interpersonal ties. Frans van Winden interconnects Social relation, Consumption, Public economics and Public goods game in the investigation of issues within Interpersonal ties. Set combines with fields such as Identification and Spatial model in his work.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Microeconomics, Interpersonal ties, Competition and Public good. Frans van Winden incorporates Social psychology and Endowment in his research. The study incorporates disciplines such as Public economics and Set in addition to Microeconomics.
Frans van Winden combines subjects such as Social relation, Cognitive psychology, Empathy, Reciprocity and Interpersonal relationship with his study of Interpersonal ties. His work carried out in the field of Competition brings together such families of science as Social dynamics and Complete information. His research integrates issues of Social value orientations and Positive economics in his study of Public good.
Frans van Winden mainly focuses on Social psychology, Microeconomics, Public good, Rent-seeking and Appropriation. His specific area of interest is Social psychology, where Frans van Winden studies Interpersonal ties. His Interpersonal ties study incorporates themes from Social relation, Affect, Prosocial behavior and Neural substrate.
His work in Affect covers topics such as Compliance which are related to areas like Competition. His study on Incentive is often connected to Endowment as part of broader study in Microeconomics. Frans van Winden has researched Public good in several fields, including Positive economics and Level playing field.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Interpersonal ties, Appropriation, Social relation and Prosocial behavior. The various areas that Frans van Winden examines in his Social psychology study include Dream, Lottery and Resolution. His Interpersonal ties research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Competition, Political economy, Affect and Compliance.
His Appropriation study spans across into subjects like Production, Rent-seeking, Overall efficiency, Public relations and Microeconomics. His Social relation research includes themes of Interpersonal communication, Social decision making, Empathy, Neural correlates of consciousness and Neural substrate. His Prosocial behavior research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cognitive psychology, Representation, Posterior cingulate, Prefrontal cortex and Brain mapping.
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Conditional Cooperation and Voluntary Contributions to Public Goods
Claudia Keser;Frans A.A.M. van Winden.
The Scandinavian Journal of Economics (2000)
Emotional Hazard in a Power-to-take Experiment
Ronald Bosman;Frans Van Winden.
The Economic Journal (2002)
Lobbying and asymmetric information
Jan Potters;Frans van Winden.
Public Choice (1992)
Incentive systems in a real effort experiment
Frans van Dijk;Joep Sonnemans;Frans van Winden.
European Economic Review (2001)
An empirical analysis of self-employment in the Netherlands
Gerrit de Wit;Frans A. A. M. van Winden.
Economics Letters (1989)
Social Ties in a public good experiment
Frans van Dijk;Joep Sonnemans;Frans van Winden.
Journal of Public Economics (2002)
An experimental examination of rational rent-seeking
Jan Potters;Casper G de Vries;Frans van Winden.
European Journal of Political Economy (1998)
Incentive Systems in a Real Effort Experiment
Frans van Winden;Frans van Dijk;Joep Sonnemans.
Social Science Research Network (2000)
The impact of real effort and emotions in the power-to-take game
Ronald Bosman;Matthias Sutter;Matthias Sutter;Frans van Winden.
Journal of Economic Psychology (2005)
Gender pairing and bargaining—Beware the same sex!
Matthias Sutter;Matthias Sutter;Ronald Bosman;Martin G. Kocher;Martin G. Kocher;Frans van Winden.
Experimental Economics (2009)
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