Pieter Desmet
Pieter Desmet
Associate Professor, Erasmus School of Law, Erasmus University Rotterdam
Verified email at law.eur.nl
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In money we trust? The use of financial compensations to repair trust in the aftermath of distributive harm
PTM Desmet, D De Cremer, E van Dijk
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 114 (2), 75-86, 2011
Trust recovery following voluntary or forced financial compensations in the trust game: The role of trait forgiveness
PTM Desmet, D De Cremer, E van Dijk
Personality and Individual Differences 51 (3), 267-273, 2011
On the psychology of financial compensations to restore fairness transgressions: When intentions determine value
PTM Desmet, D De Cremer, E van Dijk
Journal of Business Ethics 95 (1), 105-115, 2010
Procedural justice and sanctions in social dilemmas: The moderating effects of group feedback and identification
D De Cremer, N Hoogervorst, P Desmet
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 42 (7), 1675-1693, 2012
Prophets vs. profits: How market competition influences leaders' disciplining behavior towards ethical transgressions
PTM Desmet, N Hoogervorst, M Van Dijke
The Leadership Quarterly 26 (6), 1034-1050, 2015
Kicking against the pricks: vaccine sceptics have a different social orientation
J Luyten, P Desmet, V Dorgali, N Hens, P Beutels
The European Journal of Public Health 24 (2), 310-314, 2014
“If it’s easy to read, it’s easy to claim”—The effect of the readability of insurance contracts on consumer expectations and conflict behaviour
WH Van Boom, P Desmet, M Van Dam
Journal of Consumer Policy 39 (2), 187-197, 2016
How many pennies for your pain? Willingness to compensate as a function of expected future interaction and intentionality feedback
PTM Desmet, JM Leunissen
Journal of Economic Psychology 43, 105-113, 2014
Empirical Legal Research in Action: Reflections on Methods and Their Applications
WH van Boom, P Desmet, P Mascini
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2018
In money we trust? Trust repair and the psychology of financial compensations
P Desmet
Restoring trust depends on the victim’s motives: A motivated trust repair model
D De Cremer, PTM Desmet
Restoring trust: Challenges and prospects, 241-256, 2012
Empirical legal research: charting the terrain
WH van Boom, P Desmet, P Mascini
Empirical Legal Research in Action, 2018
'If It's Easy to Read, It's Easy to Claim'-The Effect of the Readability of Insurance Contracts on Consumer Expectations and Conflict Behaviour.
W Boom, P Desmet, M Dam
Journal of Consumer Policy 39 (2), 2016
In money we trust? When financial compensations matter in repairing trust perceptions
P Desmet, D De Cremer, E Van Dijk
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 114 (2), 75-86, 2011
Beyond compensation? Examining the role of apologies in the restoration of victims’ needs in simulated tort cases.
CP Reinders Folmer, P Desmet, WH Van Boom
Law and human behavior 43 (4), 329, 2019
Priority-setting and personality: Effects of dispositional optimism on preferences for allocating healthcare resources
J Luyten, R Kessels, P Desmet, P Goos, P Beutels
Social justice research 32 (2), 186-207, 2019
People are conditional rule followers
P Desmet, C Engel
MPI Collective Goods Preprint, 2017
Eenvoudige tekst, eenvoudige claim? Over de invloed van tekstniveau in algemene verzekeringsvoorwaarden op verwachtingen en gedrag van consumenten
WH van Boom, P Desmet, MR van Dam
How victims' motives influence the effect of apologies: A motivated trust-repair model.
DD Cremer, P Desmet
Oxford University Press, 2012
People Are Conditional Rule Followers
C Engel, P Desmet
Journal of Economic Psychology, 2020
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