Department of Economics

Faculty and Staff
Zurich Graduate School of Economics  

Frédéric Schneider

Work in Progress

Learning to Interact: Voluntary Association and Coordination, with E. Ranehill and R. Weber
Job Hopping, Work Attitude, and Hiring Decisions, with A. Cohn, M. Maréchal and R. Weber
Using Wages to Screen for Motivated Workers, with R. Weber
Optimal Performance Pay, with P. Kriss and R. Macera
Promises over time, with R. Weber
Individual Skills, Trading Patterns, and Bubbles, with A. Hefti and S. Heinke
Endogenous Market Structures: Collusion, Concentration, and Coordination, with D. Darai


Long-Term Commitment and Cooperation (with Roberto Weber)
Growing Groups, Cooperation, and the Rate of Entry (with Eva Ranehill and Roberto Weber)
Social Comparison in the Workplace. Evidence from a Field Experiment (with Alain Cohn, Benedikt Herrmann and Ernst Fehr), accepted, Journal of the European Economic Association
Eyes are on us, but nobody cares. The irrelevance of eye cues for strong reciprocity (with Ernst Fehr), Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 2010, vol. 277(1686), pp. 1315-1323
Disrupting the prefrontal cortex diminishes the human ability to build a good reputation (with Daria Knoch, Daniel Schunk, Martin Hohmann and Ernst Fehr), Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2009, vol. 106, no. 49, pp. 20895-20899