Steffen Huck
Steffen Huck
WZB and UCL
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TitleCited byYear
More order with less law: On contract enforcement, trust, and crowding
I Bohnet, BS Frey, S Huck
American Political Science Review 95 (1), 131-144, 2001
5502001
Learning in Cournot oligopoly–An experiment
S Huck, HT Normann, J Oechssler
The Economic Journal 109 (454), 80-95, 1999
4151999
Two are few and four are many: number effects in experimental oligopolies
S Huck, HT Normann, J Oechssler
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 53 (4), 435-446, 2004
4102004
Imitation—theory and experimental evidence
J Apesteguia, S Huck, J Oechssler
Journal of Economic Theory 136 (1), 217-235, 2007
270*2007
The indirect evolutionary approach to explaining fair allocations
S Huck, J Oechssler
Games and economic behavior 28 (1), 13-24, 1999
2661999
The relevance of equal splits in ultimatum games
W Güth, S Huck, W Müller
Games and Economic Behavior 37 (1), 161-169, 2001
2442001
Does information about competitors’ actions increase or decrease competition in experimental oligopoly markets?
S Huck, HT Normann, J Oechssler
International Journal of Industrial Organization 18 (1), 39-57, 2000
2352000
Repetition and reputation: Implications for trust and trustworthiness when institutions change
I Bohnet, S Huck
American economic review 94 (2), 362-366, 2004
2332004
Stackelberg beats Cournot: On collusion and efficiency in experimental markets
S Huck, W Müller, HT Normann
The Economic Journal 111 (474), 749-765, 2001
2062001
Social norms and economic incentives in firms
S Huck, D Kübler, J Weibull
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 83 (2), 173-185, 2012
197*2012
Two-level ultimatum bargaining with incomplete information: An experimental study
W Güth, S Huck, P Ockenfels
The Economic Journal 106 (436), 593-604, 1996
1821996
Matched fundraising: Evidence from a natural field experiment
S Huck, I Rasul
Journal of Public Economics 95 (5-6), 351-362, 2011
150*2011
Competition fosters trust
S Huck, GK Lünser, JR Tyran
Games and Economic Behavior 76 (1), 195-209, 2012
137*2012
Behavioral economics as applied to firms: a primer
M Armstrong, S Huck
CESifo Working Paper Series, 2010
1362010
Learning to like what you have–explaining the endowment effect
S Huck, G Kirchsteiger, J Oechssler
The Economic Journal 115 (505), 689-702, 2005
130*2005
Informational cascades in the laboratory: Do they occur for the right reasons?
S Huck, J Oechssler
Journal of Economic Psychology 21 (6), 661-671, 2000
1292000
Consumer decision-making in retail investment services: A behavioural economics perspective
N Chater, S Huck, R Inderst
Report to the European Commission/SANCO, 2010
1262010
Do players correctly estimate what others do?: Evidence of conservatism in beliefs
S Huck, G Weizsäcker
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 47 (1), 71-85, 2002
1202002
From ultimatum bargaining to dictatorship—An experimental study of four games varying in veto power
W Güth, S Huck
Metroeconomica 48 (3), 262-299, 1997
1161997
Big fish eat small fish: on merger in Stackelberg markets
S Huck, KA Konrad, W Müller
Economics letters 73 (2), 213-217, 2001
1022001
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