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Leib, M., Köbis, N., Rilke, R.M., Hagens, M., & Irlenbusch, B. (2024). Corrupted by Algorithms? How AI-generated and Human-written Advice Shape (Dis)honesty. The Economic Journal, 134, 658, 766-784 (link).

Fišar, M., Greiner, B., Huber, C., Katok, E., Ozkes, A. and the Management Science Reproducibility Collaboration (consortium co-authorship*). (2024). Reproducibility in Management Science. Management Science, forthcoming.

Huynh, T., Stratmann, P., & Rilke, R.M. (2024). No influence of simple moral awareness cues on cheating behaviour in an online experiment. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 108 (102126, link).


Fischer, M., Rilke, R.M., & Yurtoglu, B. (2023). When, and why, do teams benefit from self-selection? Experimental Economics, 26, 749-774 (link).

Reggiani T., & Rilke, R.M. (2023). Designing donation incentive contracts for online gig workers. Journal of Business Ethics (forthcoming, link).

Litvinova, Y., Rilke, R.M., & Guenther, C. (2023). Me, myself, and I: Image concerns and honesty in immersive VR. Computers in Human Behavior, 149 (107950, link).


Rilke, R.M., Danilov, A., Irlenbusch, B., Weisel, O., & Shalvi, S. (2021). When leading by example leads to less corrupt collaboration. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 188, 288-306. (link)


Irlenbusch, B., Rilke, R.M., & Walkowitz, G. (2019). Designing feedback in voluntary contribution games: the role of transparency. Experimental Economics, 22(2), 552-576. (link)


Hennig-Schmidt, H., Irlenbusch, B., Rilke, R.M., & Walkowitz, G. (2018). Asymmetric outside options in ultimatum bargaining: a systematic analysis. International Journal of Game Theory, 47(1), 301-329. (link)


Rilke, R.M. (2017). On the duty to give and not to take. Journal of Business Economics, 87(9), 1129-1150. (link)


Conrads, J., Irlenbusch, B., Reggiani, T., Rilke, R.M., Sliwka, D. (2016). How to hire helpers? Evidence from a field experiment. Experimental Economics. 19(3). 577-594. (link)

Rilke, R.M., Schurr A., Barkan R., Shalvi S. (2016). One-by-one or all-at-once? Self-reporting policies and dishonesty. Frontiers in Psychology. 7(113). (link)

Conrads, J., Reggiani, T., Rilke, R.M. (2016). Reducing ambiguity in lotteries: Evidence from a field experiment. Applied Economics Letters. 23(3), 206-211. (link)

Conrads, J., Ellenberger, M., Irlenbusch, B., Ohms, E.N., Rilke, R.M., Walkowitz, G. (2016). Team goal incentives and individual lying behavior. Die Betriebswirtschaft. 76(1). 103. (link)


Lönnqvist, J.E., Rilke, R.M., Walkowitz, G. (2015). On why hypocrisy thrives: Reasonable doubt created by moral posturing can deter punishment. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 59. 139-145. (link)


Conrads, J., Irlenbusch, B., Rilke, R.M., Schielke, A., Walkowitz, G. (2014). Honesty in tournaments. Economics Letters. 123(1). 90-93. (link)


Conrads, J., Irlenbusch, B., Rilke, R.M., Walkowitz, G. (2013). Lying and team incentives. Journal of Economic Psychology. 34. 1-7. (link)

* Consortium coauthorship refers to a collaborative approach to research and publication where members of a consortium share authorship of a publication. This is common in large-scale research projects involving multiple researchers and institutions, where the collective effort contributes to the work’s outcome.