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Institute for Applied Microeconomics

Institute for Applied Microeconomics

 

Postal Address
University of Bonn
Institute for Applied Microeconomics
Adenauerallee 24–42
53113 Bonn

 

Telephone:
+49 228 73-9240 / -9238 / -9211
 

Fax: +49 228 73-9239
E-mail: iame.office@uni-bonn.de

 

Office hours by arrangement via e-mail.

 
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Simone Quercia, Ph.D.

 

 


Contact Information

Institute for Applied Microeconomics
Adenauerallee 24–42
53113 Bonn
Visitor adress:
Lennéstr. 43
Room 0.005
53113 Bonn
Tel: +49 228 73-9288 or +49 228 73-9238 (secretariat)
Fax: +49 228 73-9239


 

Office hours by arrangement via email

 

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Main Research Interests

  • Behavioral and experimental economics
  • Public economics
  • Personal economics

 

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Curriculum Vitae

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Publications

 
Cubitt, R., Gaechter, S., and Quercia, S. (2017). Conditional Cooperation and Betrayal Aversion. (accepted at Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization).
 
Quercia, S. (2016). Eliciting and Measuring Betrayal Aversion using the BDM mechanism. Journal of the Economic Science Association, 2(1), 48-59.

Nosenzo D., Quercia S., Sefton M. (2013). Cooperation in Small
Groups: The Effect of Group Size. Experimental Economics, 18(1), 4-14.

Fischbacher U., Gaechter S. and Quercia S. (2012). The behavioral
validity of the strategy method in public good experiments Journal of
Economic Psychology, 33(4), 897-913.
 
 

Working Papers

 
DeQuidt, J., Fallucchi, F., Kölle, F., Nosenzo, D., and Quercia, S. (2016). Bonus versus Penalty: How Robust Are the Effects of Contract Framing. Discussion paper 16-01, The Centre for Decision Research and Experimental Economics, School of Economics, University of Nottingham, (R&R at Journal of the Economics Science Association).
 
Fallucchi, F. and Quercia, S. (2016). Affirmative Action and Retaliation in Experimental Contests. Discussion paper 16-03, Centre for Behavioural and Experimental Social Science, University of East Anglia.
 
Casal, S., Fallucchi, F. and Quercia, S. (2016). The Role of Morals in Three-Player Ultimatum Games. Discussion paper 16-05R, Centre for Beavioural and Experimental Social Science, University of East Anglia (submitted).
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