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  Research Interests  
  • Behavioral Economics, Psychological Game Theory, Experimental Economics and Contract Theory

  Publications   
  • Sebald, A. (2010), Attribution and Reciprocity, Games and Economic Behavior, 68(1), 339-352.

  • Kirchsteiger, G. and Sebald, A. (2010), Investments into education - Doing as the parents did, European Economic Review, 54(4), 501-516.

  • Bellemare, C., Sebald, A. and Strobel, M. (2011), Measuring the Willingness to Pay to Avoid Guilt: Estimation using Equilibrium and Stated Belief Models, Journal of Applied Econometrics, 26(3), 437–453

  • Sebald, A. and Walzl, M. (2014), Subjective performance evaluations and reciprocity in principal-agent relations, Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 116(2), 570-590

  • Nielsen, C, Sebald, A. and Webb, E. (2014), Understanding Experimental Economics, Politik, 17(3), 6-13

  • Sebald, A. and Walzl, M. (2015), Optimal contracts based on subjective evaluations and reciprocity, Journal of Economic Psychology, 47(1), 62-76

  • Breinbjerg, J.N., Sebald A. and Østerdal, L.P. (2016), Strategic Behavior and Social Outcomes in a Bottleneck Queue: Experimental Evidence, Review of Economic Design, 20(3), 207-236

  • Aldashev, G., Kirchsteiger, G. and Sebald, A. (2017), Assignment procedure biases in randomized policy experiments, The Economic Journal, 127(602), 873-895

  • Nielsen, C. and Sebald, A. (2017), Simple Unawareness in Dynamic Psychological Games, The B.E. Journal of Theoretical Economics, 2017, 17(1), 1-29

  • Bellemare, C., Sebald, A. and Suetens, S. (2017), A Note on Testing Guilt Aversion, Games and Economic Behavior, 102, 233-239

  • Bellemare, C., Sebald, A. and Suetens, S. (2017), Heterogeneous guilt sensitivities and incentive effects, forthcoming: Experimental Economics

  Research Memoranda / Working Papers / Work in Progress  
  • September 2016, Measuring belief-dependent preferences without information about beliefs, (with C. Bellemare), Mimeo, revise and resubmit at Review of Economic Studies