University of Zurich
Roberto A. Weber spends much of his time researching Social psychology, Dictator game, Coordination game, Microeconomics and Altruism. His Social psychology study combines topics in areas such as Positive economics and Behavioral economics. His Dictator game research includes themes of Baseline, Generosity, Public finance and Adverse selection.
His studies in Coordination game integrate themes in fields like Outcome, Distributed computing and Game theory. Roberto A. Weber has researched Microeconomics in several fields, including Marketing and Organizational culture. He interconnects Conducta prosocial, Prosocial behavior, Norm and Subsidy in the investigation of issues within Altruism.
Roberto A. Weber mainly focuses on Social psychology, Microeconomics, Incentive, Coordination game and Dictator game. His work deals with themes such as Preference and Value, which intersect with Social psychology. His work in Microeconomics addresses subjects such as Social responsibility, which are connected to disciplines such as Scope.
His Coordination game study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Distributed computing, Operations management, Equilibrium selection, Behavior change and Outcome. His Dictator game study incorporates themes from Altruism, Norm and Generosity. The various areas that Roberto A. Weber examines in his Externality study include Competition, Product market and Price premium.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Harm, Replication, Incentive and Cynicism. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Coordination game and Action. Roberto A. Weber combines subjects such as Wage, Preference and Value with his study of Harm.
His Replication study incorporates themes from Entrepreneurship, Asset, Behavioral economics and Monetary economics. His Incentive research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Absolute, Order and Simple. Roberto A. Weber performs integrative Sorting and Social preferences research in his work.
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Exploiting moral wiggle room: experiments demonstrating an illusory preference for fairness
Jason Dana;Roberto A. Weber;Jason Xi Kuang.
Economic Theory (2007)
Cultural Conflict and Merger Failure: An Experimental Approach
Roberto A. Weber;Colin F. Camerer.
Management Science (2003)
IDENTIFYING SOCIAL NORMS USING COORDINATION GAMES: WHY DOES DICTATOR GAME SHARING VARY?
Erin L. Krupka;Roberto A. Weber.
Journal of the European Economic Association (2013)
Sorting in Experiments with Application to Social Preferences
Edward P Lazear;Ulrike Malmendier;Roberto A Weber.
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics (2012)
Self-Interest through Delegation: An Additional Rationale for the Principal-Agent Relationship
John R Hamman;George F. Loewenstein;Roberto A. Weber.
The American Economic Review (2010)
The focusing and informational effects of norms on pro-social behavior.
Erin Krupka;Roberto A. Weber.
Journal of Economic Psychology (2009)
Seeking the Roots of Entrepreneurship: Insights from Behavioral Economics
Thomas Astebro;Holger Herz;Ramana Nanda;Roberto Weber.
Journal of Economic Perspectives (2014)
The Illusion of Leadership: Misattribution of Cause in Coordination Games
Roberto Weber;Colin Camerer;Yuval Rottenstreich;Marc Knez.
Organization Science (2001)
Managing Growth to Achieve Efficient Coordination in Large Groups
Roberto A. Weber.
The American Economic Review (2006)
Assessing the Robustness of Power Posing No Effect on Hormones and Risk Tolerance in a Large Sample of Men and Women
Eva Ranehill;Anna Dreber;Magnus Johannesson;Susanne Leiberg.
Psychological Science (2015)
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