Bio

My name is Jan Potters. I am a professor of economics at the Department of Economics and a fellow of CentER. My main area of research is experimental economics. I use this method to study a variety of topics in behavioral economics, game theory, industrial organization, and public economics.

Personal homepage: https://sites.google.com/site/jjmpotters/

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Recent publications

  1. Good decision vs. good results - Outcome bias in the evaluation of fi…

    Koenig-Kersting, C., Pollmann, M., Potters, J., & Trautmann, S. T. (2021). Good decision vs. good results: Outcome bias in the evaluation of financial agents. Theory and Decision, 90(1), 31-61.
  2. Tattoos, lifestyle, and the labor market

    Dillingh, R., Kooreman, P., & Potters, J. (2020). Tattoos, lifestyle, and the labor market. Labour, 34(2), 191-214.
  3. (Not) alone in the world - Cheating in the presence of a virtual obse…

    Mol, J. M., van der Heijden, E. C. M., & Potters, J. J. M. (2020). (Not) alone in the world: Cheating in the presence of a virtual observer. Experimental Economics, 23(4), 961-978.
  4. Optimization incentives in dilemma games with strategic complementari…

    Potters, J., & Suetens, S. (2020). Optimization incentives in dilemma games with strategic complementarity. European Economic Review, 127, 103453.
  5. Cooperative versus competitive interactions and in-group bias

    Xu, X., Potters, J., & Suetens, S. (2020). Cooperative versus competitive interactions and in-group bias. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 179, 69-79.

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