Stephan Meier mostly deals with Prosocial behavior, Incentive, Social psychology, Microeconomics and Public good. His research integrates issues of Altruism, Positive economics, Welfare economics and Reference group in his study of Prosocial behavior. His research on Incentive frequently links to adjacent areas such as Public economics.
In the subject of general Social psychology, his work in Interpersonal ties and Social comparison theory is often linked to Donation, Population and Variety, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Microeconomics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Quality and Cash. His Public good study frequently links to other fields, such as Labour economics.
Stephan Meier mainly investigates Social psychology, Prosocial behavior, Public good, Public economics and Incentive. His Social preferences and Interpersonal ties study in the realm of Social psychology interacts with subjects such as Donation, Public relations and Group. His studies in Prosocial behavior integrate themes in fields like Reciprocity, Welfare economics and Norm enforcement.
Stephan Meier works mostly in the field of Public good, limiting it down to topics relating to Positive economics and, in certain cases, Behavioral economics, as a part of the same area of interest. Incentive is a subfield of Microeconomics that he tackles. His Set research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Panel data, Actuarial science, Foreclosure and Financial literacy.
Stephan Meier focuses on Prosocial behavior, Finance, Incentive, Social psychology and Public economics. His study in Finance is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Actuarial science and Norm enforcement. Stephan Meier combines subjects such as Goal setting and Savings account with his study of Actuarial science.
Incentive combines with fields such as Corporate social responsibility, Image, Autonomy and Principal–agent problem in his investigation. His Social psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Occupational segregation and Conjoint analysis. His Public economics research includes themes of Deception and Set.
Stephan Meier spends much of his time researching Finance, Public economics, Actuarial science, Incentive and Demographic economics. His Finance study combines topics in areas such as Quality and Microeconomics. The Actuarial science study combines topics in areas such as Goal setting and Savings account.
His Incentive research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Profit, Prosocial behavior and Competence. Borrowing concepts from Variety, Stephan Meier weaves in ideas under Set. His Variety research covers fields of interest such as Financial literacy and Organizational culture.
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Doing Good or Doing Well? Image Motivation and Monetary Incentives in Behaving Prosocially
Dan Ariely;Anat Bracha;Stephan Meier.
The American Economic Review (2009)
When and Why Incentives (Don't) Work to Modify Behavior
Uri Gneezy;Stephan Meier;Pedro Rey-Biel.
Journal of Economic Perspectives (2011)
Social Comparisons and Pro-social Behavior: Testing "Conditional Cooperation" in a Field Experiment
Bruno S. Frey;Stephan Meier.
The American Economic Review (2004)
The Impact of Group Membership on Cooperation and Norm Enforcement: Evidence Using Random Assignment to Real Social Groups
Lorenz Goette;David Huffman;Stephan Meier.
The American Economic Review (2006)
Is volunteering rewarding in itself
Stephan Meier;Alois Stutzer.
Do People Behave in Experiments as in the Field? - Evidence from Donations
Matthias Benz;Stephan Meier.
Experimental Economics (2008)
Present-Biased Preferences and Credit Card Borrowing
Stephan Meier;Charles D. Sprenger.
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics (2010)
Numerical ability predicts mortgage default
Kristopher Gerardi;Lorenz Goette;Stephan Meier.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2013)
Poverty and Economic Decision-Making: Evidence from Changes in Financial Resources at Payday.
Leandro S Carvalho;Stephan Meier;Stephanie W Wang.
The American Economic Review (2016)
The Economics of Museums
Bruno Frey;Stephan Meier.
Research Papers in Economics (2006)
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