Thomas Buser
Thomas Buser
Associate Professor, University of Amsterdam
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Gender, competitiveness, and career choices
T Buser, M Niederle, H Oosterbeek
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 129 (3), 1409-1447, 2014
3652014
The impact of the menstrual cycle and hormonal contraceptives on competitiveness
T Buser
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 83 (1), 1-10, 2012
95*2012
Multitasking
T Buser, N Peter
Experimental Economics, 1-15, 2012
862012
Digit ratios, the menstrual cycle and social preferences
T Buser
Games and Economic Behavior, 2012
522012
The flipside of comparative payment schemes
T Buser, A Dreber
Management Science 62 (9), 2626-2638, 2015
37*2015
Gender, competitiveness, and study choices in high school: Evidence from Switzerland
T Buser, N Peter, SC Wolter
American economic review 107 (5), 125-30, 2017
342017
The impact of losing in a competition on the willingness to seek further challenges
T Buser
Management Science 62 (12), 3439-3449, 2016
342016
The impact of stress on tournament entry
T Buser, A Dreber, J Mollerstrom
Experimental economics 20 (2), 506-530, 2017
32*2017
Responsiveness to feedback as a personal trait
T Buser, L Gerhards, J van der Weele
26*2017
The effect of income on religiousness
T Buser
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 7 (3), 178-95, 2015
212015
Sexual orientation, competitiveness and income
T Buser, L Geijtenbeek, E Plug
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 151, 191-198, 2018
17*2018
The impact of positive and negative income changes on the height and weight of young children
T Buser, H Oosterbeek, E Plug, J Ponce, J Rosero
14*2014
Do Women give up Competing more easily? Evidence from the Lab and the Dutch Math Olympiad
T Buser, H Yuan
13*2016
Handedness predicts social preferences: Evidence connecting the lab to the field
T Buser
Tinbergen Discussion Paper TI 10-119/3, 2010
72010
Gender, willingness to compete and career choices along the whole ability distribution
T Buser, N Peter, SC Wolter
42017
Gender differences in willingness to compete: The role of public observability
T Buser, E Ranehill, R van Veldhuizen
42017
Gender and redistribution: Experimental evidence
T Buser, L Putterman, JJ Van Der Weele
Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper 16-063/I, 2016
42016
Gender, competition and career choices
T Buser, M Niederle, H Oosterbeek
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