Skip to content

Working paper

Below a list of recent research projects.

Leib, M., Köbis, N. C., Rilke, R.M., Hagens, M., Irlenbusch, B. (2022). The corruptive force of AI-generated advice. R&R The Economic Journal.

Fischer, M., Rilke, R.M., & Yurtoglu, B. (2022). When, and Why, Do Teams Benefit from Self-Selection? R&R Experimental Economics

Huynh, T., Stratmann, P. & Rilke, R.M. (2022). No influence of simple moral awareness cues on cheating behaviour. R&R Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics

Rilke, R.M., van Pelt, V., Lehnen, S., & Guenther C. (2022). Motivating low-performers with input-based relative performance feedback – Evidence from a field experiment.

Reggiani T., & Rilke, R.M. (2022). When Too Good Is Too Much – Designing Social Incentive Contracts for Online Gig-workers.

Janz, C., Rilke, R.M., Yurtoglu, B. (2022). Does ESG Information Impact Individual Investors’ Portfolio Choices? – Evidence from an Experiment.

Guenther, C., Litvinova, Y., & Rilke, R.M. (2021). Me, Myself, and I: Image Concerns and Ethical Behavior in Immersive VR.

Guenther, C., Lehnen, S., & Rilke, R.M. (2021). Receiving Performance Feedback and Job Satisfaction: Evidence from a Field Experiment.