Publication in IPMJ

Do future bureaucrats punish more? The Effect of PSM and studying Public Administration on Contributions and Punishment in a Public Goods Game, International Public Management Journal (forthcoming), with Markus Tepe Abstract: This study tests the effect of PSM and studying public administration on subjects’ behavior in a repeated Public Goods Game with a costly option… Continue reading Publication in IPMJ

Publication JPART March 2018

Are future bureaucrats more risk averse? The effect of studying public administration and PSM on risk preferences (with Markus Tepe) Abstract: This study tests the effect of studying public administration and self-reported Public Service Motivation (PSM) on risk preferences. We conduct a compound lottery choice experiment with monetary rewards to measure risk behavior and a… Continue reading Publication JPART March 2018

Publication Verwaltung und Management, 2013

Sicher ist sicher? Ein laborexperimenteller Vergleich der Risikopräferenzen von Studierenden der öffentlichen Verwaltung mit Studierenden der Wirtschafts- und der Rechtswissenschaften (Safe is safe? A behavioral experiment on risk attitudes and risk behavior among students of public administration, business sciences, and law), Verwaltung und Management, (6) 2013: 302-312, with Markus Tepe (without peer-review) Zusammenfassung: Verwaltung und… Continue reading Publication Verwaltung und Management, 2013