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Self-interest through delegation: An additional rationale for the principal-agent relationship
JR Hamman, G Loewenstein, RA Weber
American Economic Review 100 (4), 1826-1846, 2010
4522010
An experimental investigation of electoral delegation and the provision of public goods
JR Hamman, RA Weber, J Woon
American Journal of Political Science 55 (4), 738-752, 2011
1732011
Intermediaries in corruption: an experiment
M Drugov, J Hamman, D Serra
Experimental Economics 17, 78-99, 2014
1542014
Solving coordination failure with “all-or-none” group-level incentives
J Hamman, S Rick, RA Weber
Experimental Economics 10, 285-303, 2007
832007
Fool me once: An experiment on credibility and leadership
DJ Cooper, JR Hamman, RA Weber
The Economic Journal 130 (631), 2105-2133, 2020
192020
Delegated bargaining in a competitive agent market: An experimental study
AK Choy, JR Hamman, RR King, RA Weber
Journal of the Economic Science Association 2, 22-35, 2016
132016
Dependency Status and Demand for Social Insurance: evidence from experiments and surveys
JS Ahlquist, JR Hamman, BM Jones
Political Science Research and Methods 5 (1), 31-53, 2017
11*2017
Market interaction and pro‐social behavior: an experimental study
SM Collins, JR Hamman, JP Lightle
Southern Economic Journal 84 (3), 692-715, 2018
92018
Managing uncertainty: An experiment on delegation and team selection
JR Hamman, MA Martínez-Carrasco
Organization Science 34 (6), 2272-2295, 2023
7*2023
Political accountability and democratic institutions: An experimental assessment
JG Castillo, J Hamman
Journal of Experimental Political Science 8 (2), 128-144, 2021
42021
Leadership and Delegation of Authority
DJ Cooper, JR Hamman
Handbook of Labor, Human Resources and Population Economics, 1-25, 2021
12021
Personality traits and endogenous group formation
J Ahloy, JR Hamman
Revue économique 70 (6), 999-1020, 2019
12019
Experiments in organizational economics
SJ Goerg, JR Hamman
Emerald Group Publishing, 2016
12016
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