Tibor NEUGEBAUER

Tibor NEUGEBAUER

Full professor

Research Topics Behavioural Finance, Experimental Finance and Economics, Auctions, Public Finance, Individual Decision-Making under Risk & Uncertainty
Faculty or Centre Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance
Research Unit Luxembourg School of Finance (LSF)
Postal Address Campus Kirchberg, Université du Luxembourg
6, rue Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi
L-1359 Luxembourg
Campus Office F 002
Email
Telephone (+352) 46 66 44 6285
Fax (+352) 46 66 44 6835



Last updated on: 14 Mar 2019

"Excludability: A laboratory study on forced ranking in team production", (with Rachel Croson, Enrique Fatas and Antonio Morales), Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 114, 13–26, 2015.

"Splitting Leagues: Promotion and Demotion in Contribution-Based Regrouping Experiments", (with S. Cabrera, E. Fatas, J.A. Lacomba), Experimental Economics, 16(3), 426-441, 2013

"Public Good and Private Good Valuation for Waiting Time Reduction: A Laboratory Study", (with Stefan Traub), Social Choice and Welfare, 39(1), 35-57, 2012

"An experimental analysis of optimal renewable resource management: the fishery", (with John Hey, Abdoulkarim Sadrieh), Environmental and Resource Economics 44(2), 263-285, 2009

"Selfish-biased conditional cooperation: On the decline of contributions in repeated public goods experiments", (with Malte Loos, Javier Perote and Ulrich Schmidt), Journal of Economic Psychology 30, 52-60, 2009

"Preference Elicitation in Chicken: An Experimental Study", (with Anders Poulsen and Arthur Schram), Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 66, 243-250, 2008

"Bidding „as if‟ Risk Neutral in First Price Auction Experiment Without Feedback Information", (with Javier Perote), Experimental Economics 11(2), 190-202, 2008

"An Experimental Investigation of the Role of Errors for Explaining Violations of Expected Utility", (with Ulrich Schmidt), Economic Journal 117: 470-485, 2007

"Bidding At Sequential First Price Auctions With(Out) Supply Uncertainty: An Experimental Analysis", (with Paul Pezanis), Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 63: 55–72, 2007.

"Individual Behaviour of First-Price Auctions: The Importance of Feedback Information in Experimental Markets", (with Reinhard Selten), Games and Economic Behavior 54: 183-204, 2006.



Last updated on: 17 Aug 2016