dr. (Jan) JTR Stoop

dr. (Jan) JTR Stoop
Associate professor Erasmus School of Economics Applied Economics
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
T18-38
Email
stoop@ese.eur.nl

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My research is concerned with the measurement of social preferences of humans. I do this by means of lab experiments where (usually) students are playing a game behind a computer. These games gather insights into the social preferences of the participants. Besides lab experiments, I conduct field experiments in a 'natural environment', with non-student participants. The insights gathered from these experiments show to what degree the social preferences measured in the lab carry over the the real world.
Besides research on social preferences, I study how to design optimal labour contracts. This means that we study when employees exert most effort for their boss. One can think of a contract which pays on a per-unit base, or a scheme in which only the most productive employee receives money. The way in which I study these incentives is by means of lab experiments and field experiments.

  • Jan Stoop, DP Soest, van & J Vyrastekova (2013) - A tale of two carrots: the effectiveness of multiple reward stages in a common pool resource game - Edward Elgar Publishing

Thesis Hub Master Economics & Business

Year
2021
Course Code
FEM61007

Introduction to Behavioural Economics

Year
2021
Year Level
bachelor 1, bachelor 1, bachelor 1, bachelor 2, bachelor 2, bachelor 2
Course Code
FEB12015

Experimental Economics

Year
2021
Year Level
master, master
Course Code
FEM11089

Introduction to Behavioural Economics

Year
2021
Year Level
bachelor 1, bachelor 1, bachelor 2, bachelor 2
Course Code
FEB12015X

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