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

Topics in Behavioral Ec and Politics

Level
Master
Year
2020
Year Level
Master
Course Code
TI205

Introduction to Behavioural Economics

Year
2020
Year Level
bachelor 1, bachelor 1, bachelor 1, bachelor 2, bachelor 2, bachelor 2
Course Code
FEB12015

Introduction to Behavioural Economics

Year
2020
Year Level
bachelor 1, bachelor 1, bachelor 2, bachelor 2
Course Code
FEB12015X

Experimental Economics

Year
2020
Year Level
master, master
Course Code
FEM11089

Thesis Hub Master Economics & Business

Year
2020
Course Code
FEM61007

  • Ning Liu

    Behavioral biases in interpersonal contexts
  • Job Harms

    Why people are not (always) selfish

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