Alain Cohn
Alain Cohn
University of Michigan, School of Information
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TitleCited byYear
Business culture and dishonesty in the banking industry
A Cohn, E Fehr, MA Maréchal
Nature 516 (7529), 86-89, 2014
4552014
Evidence for Countercyclical Risk Aversion: An Experiment with Financial Professionals
A Cohn, J Engelmann, E Fehr, MA Maréchal
American Economic Review 105 (2), 860-85, 2015
2742015
Social comparison and effort provision: Evidence from a field experiment
A Cohn, E Fehr, B Herrmann, F Schneider
Journal of the European Economic Association 12 (4), 877-898, 2014
197*2014
Fair wages and effort provision: Combining evidence from a choice experiment and a field experiment
A Cohn, E Fehr, L Goette
Management Science, 2015
185*2015
Bad Boys: How Criminal Identity Salience Affects Rule Violation
A Cohn, MA Maréchal, T Noll
Review of Economic Studies, 2015
118*2015
Priming in economics
A Cohn, MA Maréchal
Current Opinion in Psychology 12, 17-21, 2016
482016
Laboratory measure of cheating predicts school misconduct
A Cohn, MA Maréchal
The Economic Journal 128 (615), 2743-2754, 2018
47*2018
Increasing honesty in humans with noninvasive brain stimulation
MA Maréchal, A Cohn, G Ugazio, CC Ruff
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (17), 4360-4364, 2017
412017
Civic honesty around the globe
A Cohn, MA Maréchal, D Tannenbaum, CL Zünd
Science 365 (6448), 70-73, 2019
36*2019
Do professional norms in the banking industry favor risk-taking?
A Cohn, E Fehr, MA Maréchal
The Review of Financial Studies 30 (11), 3801-3823, 2017
26*2017
Honesty in the digital age
A Cohn, T Gesche, MA Maréchal
CESifo Working Paper Series, 2018
82018
Job History, Non-Cognitive Skills, and Employability
A Cohn, MA Maréchal, F Schneider, RA Weber
2*2017
Field experiments in labor economics
A Cohn
University of Zurich, 2010
12010
Selective participation may undermine replication attempts
A Cohn, E Fehr, MA Maréchal
Nature 575 (7782), E1-E2, 2019
2019
Why Do the Rich Oppose Redistribution? An Experiment with America’s Top 5%
A Cohn, LJ Jessen, M Klasnja, P Smeets
An Experiment with America’s Top 5, 2019
2019
Frequent job changes can signal poor work attitude and reduce employability
A Cohn, MA Maréchal, F Schneider, RA Weber
CESifo Working Paper, 2019
2019
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