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Home | People | Randolph Sloof
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Randolph Sloof

Research Fellow

University
University of Amsterdam
Research field
Organizations and Markets
Interests
Experimental Economics, Game Theory, Organizational Economics, Personnel Economics

List of publications

Czibor, E., Onderstal, S., Sloof, R. and van Praag, C.M. (2020). Does relative grading help male students?: Evidence from a field experiment in the classroom Economics of Education Review, 75:.

Rosendahl Huber, L., Sloof, R., van Praag, M. and Parker, S. (2020). Diverse cognitive skills and team performance: A field experiment based on an entrepreneurship education program Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 177:569--588.

Koudstaal, M., Sloof, R. and van Praag, C.M. (2019). Entrepreneurs: Intuitive or contemplative decision makers? Small Business Economics, 53:901--920.

Kopányi-Peuker, A., Offerman, T. and Sloof, R. (2018). Team production benefits from a permanent fear of exclusion European Economic Review, 103:125--149.

de Haan, T., Offerman, T. and Sloof, R. (2017). Discrimination in the labour market: the curse of competition between workers Economic Journal, 127(603):1433–1466.

Kopányi-Peuker, A., Offerman, T. and Sloof, R. (2017). Fostering cooperation through the enhancement of own vulnerability Games and Economic Behavior, 101:273--290.

Sloof, R. and von Siemens, F. (2017). Illusion of control and the pursuit of authority Experimental Economics, 20:556--573.

Rosendahl Huber, L., Sloof, R. and Van Praag, M. (2017). The effect of incentives on sustainable behavior: evidence from a field experiment Labour Economics, 45:92--106.

Sloof, R. and van Praag, M. (2015). Testing for Distortions in Performance Measures: An Application to Residual Income Based Measures like Economic Value Added Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 24(1):74--91.

de Haan, T., Offerman, T. and Sloof, R. (2015). Money talks? An experimental investigation of cheap talk and burned money International Economic Review, 56(4):1385--1426.

Rosendahl Huber, L., Sloof, R. and van Praag, M. (2014). The effect of early entrepreneurship education: evidence from a field experiment European Economic Review, 72:76--97.

Dominguez Martinez, S., Sloof, R. and von Siemens, F.A. (2014). Monitored by your friends, not your foes: strategic ignorance and the delegation of real authority Games and Economic Behavior, 85:289--305.

Maximiano, S., Sloof, R. and Sonnemans, J. (2013). Gift exchange and the separation of ownership and control Games and Economic Behavior, 77(1):41--60.

Goeree, J., Offerman, T. and Sloof, R. (2013). Demand reduction and preemptive bidding in multi-unit license auctions Experimental Economics, 16(1):52--87.

Cunat, A. and Sloof, R. (2011). Employee types and endogenous organizational design: an experiment Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 80(3):553--573.

de Haan, T., Offerman, T. and Sloof, R. (2011). Noisy signaling: theory and experiment Games and Economic Behavior, 73(2):402--428.

Sloof, R. and Sonnemans, J. (2011). The interaction between explicit and relational incentives: an experiment Games and Economic Behavior, 73(2):573--594.

Oosterbeek, H., Sloof, R. and Sonnemans, J. (2011). Rent-seeking versus productive activities in a multi-task experiment European Economic Review, 55(5):630--643.

Sloof, R. and van Praag, C.M. (2010). The effect of noise in a performance measure on work motivation: A real effort laboratory experiment Labour Economics, 17(5):751--765.

Sloof, R. (2008). Price-setting power vs. private information: An experimental evaluation of their impact on holdup European Economic Review, 52(3):469--486.

Sloof, R. and van Praag, C.M. (2008). Performance measurement, expectancy and agency theory: An experimental study Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 67(3-4):794--809.

Maximiano, S., Sloof, R. and Sonnemans, J. (2007). Gift exchange in a multi-worker firm Economic Journal, 117(522):1025--1050.

Sloof, R., Oosterbeek, H. and Sonnemans, J. (2007). Does making specific investments unobservable boost investment incentives? Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 16(4):911--942.

Oosterbeek, H., Sloof, R. and Sonnemans, J. (2007). Who should invest in specific training? Journal of Population Economics, 20(2):329--357.

Sloof, R., Oosterbeek, H. and Sonnemans, J. (2007). On the importance of default breach remedies Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 163(1):5--22.

Oosterbeek, H., Sloof, R. and Sonnemans, J. (2007). Promotion rules and skill acquisition: an experimental study Economica, 74:259--297.

Sloof, R., Oosterbeek, H., Riedl, A. and Sonnemans, J. (2006). Breach remedies, reliance and renegotiation International Review of Law and Economics, 26(3):263--296.

Sloof, R. (2005). Opting out: An experimental comparison of bazaars versus high-tech markets Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 161(4):589--620.

Leuven, E., Oosterbeek, H., Sloof, R. and van Klaveren, C. (2005). Worker reciprocity and employer investment in training Economica, 72(285):137--149.

Sloof, R., Sonnemans, J. and Oosterbeek, H. (2004). Specific investments, holdup, and the outside option principle European Economic Review, 48(6):1399--1410.

Oosterbeek, H., Sloof, R. and van de Kuilen, G. (2004). Cultural differences in ultimatum game experiments: evidence from a meta-analysis Experimental Economics, 7(2):171--188.

Sloof, R. (2004). Finite horizon bargaining with outside options and threat points Theory and Decision, 57(2):109--142.

Leuven, E., Oosterbeek, H., Sloof, R. and Sonnemans, J. (2003). An experimental comparison of reliance levels under alternative breach remedies RAND Journal of Economics, 34(2):205--222.

Sonnemans, J., Oosterbeek, H. and Sloof, R. (2001). On the relation between asset ownership and specific investments Economic Journal, 111(474):791--820.

Sloof, R. (2000). Interest group lobbying and the delegation of policy authority Economics and Politics, 12(3):247--274.

Sloof, R. and van Winden, F.A.A.M. (2000). Show them your teeth first! A game-theoretic analysis of lobbying and presure Public Choice, 104(1-2):81--120.

Sloof, R. (1999). Campaign contributions and the desirability of full disclosure laws Economics and Politics, (11):83--107.

Sloof, R. (1997). Lobbying when the Decisionmaker can acquire independent information. Public Choice, 91(2):199--207.

Sloof, R. (1997). Competitive Lobbying for a Legislators Vote. Social Choice and Welfare, 14(3):449--464.

Potters, J., Sloof, R. and van Winden, F.A.A.M. (1997). Campaign expenditures, contributions and direct endorsements: The strategic use of information and money to influence voter behaviour. European Journal of Political Economy, 13:1--31.

Potters, J. and Sloof, R. (1996). Interest groups: a survey of empirical models that try to assess their influence European Journal of Political Economy, 12:403--442.