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Brice Corgnet
Brice Corgnet
Emlyon Business School, GATE-CNRS
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The effect of earned versus house money on price bubble formation in experimental asset markets
B Corgnet, R Hernán-González, P Kujal, D Porter
Review of finance 19 (4), 1455-1488, 2015
1282015
Goal setting and monetary incentives: When large stakes are not enough
B Corgnet, J Gómez-Miñambres, R Hernán-Gonzalez
Management Science 61 (12), 2926-2944, 2015
1232015
Why real leisure really matters: Incentive effects on real effort in the laboratory
B Corgnet, R Hernán-González, E Schniter
Experimental Economics 18 (2), 284-301, 2015
1042015
What makes a good trader? On the role of intuition and reflection on trader performance
B Corgnet, M Desantis, D Porter
The Journal of Finance 73 (3), 1113-1137, 2018
86*2018
The cognitive basis of social behavior: cognitive reflection overrides antisocial but not always prosocial motives
B Corgnet, AM Espín, R Hernán-González
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 9, 287, 2015
812015
To trust, or not to trust: cognitive reflection in trust games
B Corgnet, AM Espín, R Hernán-González, P Kujal, S Rassenti
Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics 64, 20-27, 2016
722016
Deliberation favours social efficiency by making people disregard their relative shares: evidence from USA and India
V Capraro, B Corgnet, AM Espín, R Hernán-González
Royal Society open science 4 (2), 160605, 2017
572017
Peer pressure and moral hazard in teams: Experimental evidence
B Corgnet, R Hernán-González, S Rassenti
472013
Goal setting in the principal–agent model: Weak incentives for strong performance
B Corgnet, J Gómez-Miñambres, R Hernán-Gonzalez
Games and Economic Behavior 109, 311-326, 2018
462018
Cognitive reflection and the diligent worker: an experimental study of millennials
B Corgnet, R Hernán Gonzalez, R Mateo
PloS one 10 (11), e0141243, 2015
422015
Creativity and Cognitive Skills among Millennials: Thinking Too Much and Creating Too Little
B Corgnet, AM Espín, R Hernán-González
Frontiers in Psychology 7, 1626, 2016
412016
Reaction to public information in markets: how much does ambiguity matter?
B Corgnet, P Kujal, D Porter
The Economic Journal 123 (569), 699-737, 2013
392013
The effect of reliability, content and timing of public announcements on asset trading behavior
B Corgnet, P Kujal, D Porter
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 76 (2), 254-266, 2010
39*2010
Revisiting the trade-off between risk and incentives: The shocking effect of random shocks?
B Corgnet, R Hernán-González
Management Science 65 (3), 1096-1114, 2019
312019
Firing threats: Incentive effects and impression management
B Corgnet, R Hernán-González, S Rassenti
Games and Economic Behavior 91, 97-113, 2015
282015
The role of the decision-making regime on cooperation in a workgroup social dilemma: An examination of cyberloafing
B Corgnet, R Hernán-González, MW McCarter
games 6 (4), 588-603, 2015
262015
Team formation and self‐serving biases
B Corgnet
Journal of Economics & Management Strategy 19 (1), 117-135, 2010
26*2010
Don't ask me if you will not listen: The dilemma of consultative participation
B Corgnet, R Hernan Gonzalez
Management Science 60 (3), 560-585, 2014
25*2014
Revisiting information aggregation in asset markets: Reflective learning & market efficiency
B Corgnet, M DeSantis, D Porter
222015
Real effort, real leisure and real-time supervision: Incentives and peer pressure in virtual organizations
B Corgnet, R Hernan-Gonzalez, SJ Rassenti
192011
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