Boris van Leeuwen
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Predictably angry—facial cues provide a credible signal of destructive behavior
B Van Leeuwen, CN Noussair, T Offerman, S Suetens, M Van Veelen, ...
Management Science 64 (7), 3352-3364, 2018
522018
Competition for status creates superstars: An experiment on public good provision and network formation
B van Leeuwen, T Offerman, A Schram
Journal of the European Economic Association 18 (2), 666-707, 2020
16*2020
Superstars need social benefits: an experiment on network formation
B Van Leeuwen, TJS Offerman, AJHC Schram
Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper 13-112/I, 2013
132013
Centrality and cooperation in networks
B van Leeuwen, A Ramalingam, DR Arjona, A Schram
Experimental Economics 22 (1), 178-196, 2019
72019
Estimating social preferences and kantian morality in strategic interactions
I Alger, B Van Leeuwen
IAST working paper, 2021
6*2021
Do sex hormones at birth predict later-life economic preferences? Evidence from a pregnancy birth cohort study
B Van Leeuwen, P Smeets, J Bovet, G Nave, J Stieglitz, A Whitehouse
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1941), 20201756, 2020
62020
Authority and Centrality
B van Leeuwen, A Ramalingam, DR Arjona, A Schram
4*2017
No link between sex hormones around birth and economic preferences
B van Leeuwen, P Smeets, J Bovet, G Nave, J Stieglitz, A Whitehouse
SSRN Electronic Journal. https://doi. org/10.2139/ssrn 3565809, 2020
32020
Fight or flight: Endogenous timing in conflicts
B van Leeuwen, T Offerman, J van de Ven
Review of Economics and Statistics, 1-45, 2020
12020
The Strategic Display of Emotions
DL Chen, A Hopfensitz, B van Leeuwen, J van de Ven
CentER Discussion Paper Series, 2019
12019
Cooperation, networks and emotions: Three essays in behavioral economics
B van Leeuwen
Universiteit van Amsterdam [Host], 2015
2015
Network formation with endogenous player values: theory and experiment
B van Leeuwen
2011
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