This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 43 references in this bibliography folder.

Albert, M and Hildenbrand, A (2012).
Industrial Organization in the Laboratory
Department of Business Administration and Economics, Philipps University Marburg, MAGKS Joint Discussion Paper(05-2012).

Bühren, C, Frank, B, Krabel, S, and Werner, A (2012).
Decision-Making in Competitive Framings: Strategic Behavior of Chess Players in Mini-Ultimatum Game Chess Puzzles
Economics Letters, 115:356–358.

Hildenbrand, A (2012).
Is a "Firm'' a Firm? A Stackelberg Experiment
Kiel Institute for the World Economy, Economics Discussion Paper(2012-53).

Müller, W and Tan, F (2011).
Who Acts More Like a Game Theorist? Group and Individual Play in a Sequential Market Game and the Effect of the Time Horizon
Department of Economics, University of Vienna, Working Paper(1111).

Normann, H and Ruffle, B (2011).
Introduction to the Special Issue on Experiments in Industrial Organization
International Journal of Industrial Organization, 29:1–3.

Engel, C (2010).
The Behaviour of Corporate Actors: How Much Can We Learn From the Experimental Literature?
Journal of Institutional Economics, 6:445–475.

Hildenbrand, A (2010).
Cournot or Stackelberg Competition? A Survey of Experimental Research
Munich Personal RePEc Archive, Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich, MPRA Paper(26845).

Lau, S and Leung, F (2010).
Estimating a Parsimonious Model of Inequality Aversion in Stackelberg Duopoly Experiments
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 72:669–686.

Raab, P and Schipper, B (2009).
Cournot Competition Between Teams: An Experimental Study
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 72:691–702.

Bornstein, G (2008).
A Classification of Games by Player Type
In: New Issues and Paradigms in Research on Social Dilemmas, ed. by Biel, Andreas and Eek, Daniel and Gärling, Tommy and Gustafsson, Mathias, chap. 3, pp. 27–42, Springer, New York.

Bornstein, G, Kugler, T, Budescu, D, and Selten, R (2008).
Repeated Price Competition Between Individuals and Between Teams
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 66:808–821.

Fonseca, M, Müller, W, and Normann, H (2006).
Endogenous Timing in Duopoly: Experimental Evidence
International Journal of Game Theory, 34:443–456.

Müller, W (2006).
Allowing for Two Production Periods in the Cournot Duopoly: Experimental Evidence
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 60:100–111.

Fonseca, M, Huck, S, and Normann, H (2005).
Playing Cournot Although They Shouldn't: Endogenous Timing in Experimental Duopolies with Asymmetric Cost
Economic Theory, 25:669–677.

Furubotn, E and Richter, R (2005).
Institutions and Economic Theory: The Contribution of the New Institutional Economics
University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, 2 ed.

Huck, S, Normann, H, and Oechssler, J (2004).
Two Are Few and Four Are Many: Number Effects in Experimental Oligopolies
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 53:435–446.

Falk, A, Fehr, E, and Fischbacher, U (2003).
On the Nature of Fair Behavior
Economic Inquiry, 41:20–26.

Bornstein, G and Gneezy, U (2002).
Price Competition between Teams
Experimental Economics, 5:29–38.

Huck, S and Wallace, B (2002).
Reciprocal Strategies and Aspiration Levels in a Cournot-Stackelberg Experiment
Economics Bulletin, 3:1–7.

Huck, S, Müller, W, and Normann, H (2002).
To Commit or Not to Commit: Endogenous Timing in Experimental Duopoly Markets
Games and Economic Behavior, 38:240–264.

Huck, S, Müller, W, and Normann, H (2001).
Stackelberg Beats Cournot: On Collusion and Efficiency in Experimental Markets
Economic Journal, 111:749–765.

Bolton, G and Ockenfels, A (2000).
ERC: A Theory of Equity, Reciprocity, and Competition
American Economic Review, 90:166–193.

Königstein, M (2000).
Measuring Treatment-Effects in Experimental Cross-Sectional Time Series
In: Equity, Efficiency and Evolutionary Stability in Bargaining Games with Joint Production, ed. by Königstein, Manfred, chap. 2, pp. 33–43, Springer, Berlin.

Fehr, E and Schmidt, K (1999).
A Theory of Fairness, Competition, and Cooperation
Quarterly Journal of Economics, 114:817–868.

Bornstein, G and Yaniv, I (1998).
Individual and Group Behavior in the Ultimatum Game: Are Groups More ``Rational'' Players?
Experimental Economics, 1:101–108.