Johanna Mollerstrom
Johanna Mollerstrom
Associate Professor of Economics, George Mason University
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Social framing effects: Preferences or beliefs?
T Ellingsen, M Johannesson, J Mollerstrom, S Munkhammar
Games and Economic Behavior 76 (1), 117-130, 2012
2302012
Capital flows, consumption booms and asset bubbles: A behavioural alternative to the savings glut hypothesis
D Laibson, J Mollerstrom
The Economic Journal 120 (544), 354-374, 2010
1572010
Richer (and holier) than thou? The effect of relative income improvements on demand for redistribution
M Karadja, J Mollerstrom, D Seim
Review of Economics and Statistics 99 (2), 201-212, 2017
1272017
Salivary testosterone change following monetary wins and losses predicts future financial risk-taking
CL Apicella, A Dreber, J Mollerstrom
Psychoneuroendocrinology 39, 58-64, 2014
1102014
Luck, choice and responsibility—An experimental study of fairness views
J Mollerstrom, BA Reme, EØ Sørensen
Journal of Public Economics 131, 33-40, 2015
602015
No gender difference in willingness to compete when competing against self
CL Apicella, EE Demiral, J Mollerstrom
American Economic Review 107 (5), 136-40, 2017
562017
The impact of stress on tournament entry
T Buser, A Dreber, J Mollerstrom
Experimental Economics 20 (2), 506-530, 2017
49*2017
Gender differences in social framing effects
T Ellingsen, M Johannesson, J Mollerstrom, S Munkhammar
Economics Letters 118 (3), 470-472, 2013
392013
Cognitive ability and the demand for redistribution
J Mollerstrom, D Seim
PloS one 9 (10), e109955, 2014
302014
Asset bubbles and the cost of economic fluctuations
K Chauvin, D Laibson, J Mollerstrom
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking 43, 233-260, 2011
172011
Individual risk preferences and the demand for redistribution
M Gärtner, J Mollerstrom, D Seim
Journal of Public Economics 153, 49-55, 2017
162017
Favoritism and Cooperation
J Mollerstrom
Public Choice, 2019
15*2019
The entitlement effect in the ultimatum game–does it even exist?
EE Demiral, J Mollerstrom
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 2018
82018
Design of reforms with time‐inconsistent voters
J Hwang, J Möllerström
Journal of Public Economic Theory 19 (3), 748-761, 2017
8*2017
Gender parity in German politics: further effort required
DA Coka, R Freier, J Mollerstrom
DIW Economic Bulletin 7 (37), 365-373, 2017
52017
A Meritocratic Origin of Egalitarian Behavior
AW Cappelen, J Mollerstrom, BA Reme, B Tungodden
GMU Working Paper in Economics, 2019
32019
Compete with others? No, thanks. With myself? Yes, please!
CL Apicella, EE Demiral, J Mollerstrom
Economics Letters 187, 108878, 2020
22020
Your Place in the World: The Demand for National and Global Redistribution
D Fehr, J Mollerstrom, R Perez-Truglia
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2019
22019
Risk aversion and other factors determine income redistribution preferences
M Gärtner, J Mollerstrom
DIW Weekly Report 8 (17/18), 151-156, 2018
12018
The gender gap in competitiveness: women shy away from competing with others, but not from competing with themselves
J Mollerstrom, K Wrohlich
DIW Economic Bulletin 7 (22/23), 219-225, 2017
12017
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