Bellemare, C., Sebald, A., et Suetens, S. (2017) (À paraître/forthcoming), "Heterogeneous guilt sensitivities and incentive effects", Experimental Economics, résumé1.
Bellemare, C., Sebald, A., et Suetens, S. (2017), "A note on testing guilt aversion", Games and Economic Behavior, Volume 102 (March), pages 233-239.
Bellemare, Charles, Kröger, Sabine, Bissonnette, Luc (2016), "Simulating power of economic experiments : the powerBBK package", Journal of the Economic Science Association, Volume 2, Novembre 2016, Pages 157–168.
Bellemare, Charles, Steeve Marchand et Bruce Shearer (2016) , "Structural estimation and experiments: applications to contracting models ", Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, Volume 172, June 2016, Pages 342–36.
Bellemare, Charles; Shearer, Bruce (2013), "Multidimensional Heterogeneity and the Economic Importance of Risk and Matching: Evidence from Contractual Data and Field Experiments" (PDF, 579 Ko), RAND Journal of Economics, vol. 44, no 2, Summer, pp. 361-389.
Bellemare, Charles; Bissonnette, Luc and Sabine Kröger (2012), "Flexible Approximation of Subjective Expectations using Probability Questions" (PDF, 389 Ko), Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, vol. 30, no 1, January, pp. 125-131.
Bellemare, Charles; Kröger, S. and A. van Soest (2011), "Preferences, Intentions, and Expectations Violations: a Large-Scale Experiment with a Representative Subject Pool", Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, vol. 78, no 3, May, pp. 349-365.
Bellemare, Charles; Sebald, Alexander; Strobel, Martin (2011), "Measuring the Willingness to Pay to Avoid Guilt: Estimation Using Equilibrium and Stated Belief Models" (PDF, 166 Ko), Journal of Applied Econometrics, vol. 26, pp. 437-453.
Bellemare, Charles; Shearer, Bruce (2011), "On the Relevance and Composition of Gifts within the Firm: Evidence from Field Experiments" (PDF, 253 Ko), International Economic Review, vol. 52, no 3, pp. 855-882, August.
Bellemare, Charles; Bissonnette, Luc and Sabine Kröger (2010), "Bounding Preference Parameters under Different Assumptions about Beliefs: a Partial Identification Approach" (PDF, 595 Ko), Experimental Economics, vol. 13, no 3, September, pp. 334-345.
Bellemare, Charles; Lepage, Patrick; Shearer, Bruce (2010), "Peer Pressure, Incentives, and Gender: an Experimental Analysis of Motivation in the Workplace" (PDF, 848 Ko), Labour Economics, vol. 17, pp. 276-283.
Bellemare, Charles; Shearer, Bruce (2010), "Sorting, Incentives and Risk Preferences: Evidence from a Field Experiment" (PDF, 155 Ko), Economics Letters, vol. 108, no 3, pp. 345-348.
Bellemare, Charles et Bruce Shearer (2009), "Gift Giving and Worker Productivity: Evidence from a Firm Level Experiment" (PDF, 321 Ko), Games and Economic Behavior, vol. 67, pp. 233-244.
Bellemare, Charles; S. Kröger and A. van Soest (2008), "Measuring Inequity Aversion in a Heterogeneous Population using Experimental Decisions and Subjective Probabilities" (PDF, 343 Ko), Econometrica, vol. 76, no 4, July, pp. 815-839.
Bellemare, C. (2007), "A Life-Cycle Model of Outmigration and Economic Assimilation of Immigrants in Germany" (PDF, 278 Ko), European Economic Review, vol. 51(3), pp. 553-576.
Bellemare, C. et Sabine Kröger (2007), "On Representative Social Capital" (PDF, 90 Ko).
Bellemare, C. et Sabine Kröger (2007) , "On Representative Social Capital" (PDF, 265 Ko), European Economic Review, vol.51(1), p.p. 181-202.
Bellemare, C.; Krause, Michaela; Kroger, S. et Chendi Zhang (2005), "Myopic Loss Aversion: Information Feedback vs. Investment Flexibility" (PDF, 73 Ko), Economics Letters, vol. 87, no 3, pp. 291-439.
Bellemare, C.; M. Krause; S. Kröger and C. Zhang (2005), Myopic Loss Aversion: Information Feedback vs. Investment Flexibility (PDF, 65 Ko), vol. 87(3), June, pp. 319-324.
Bellemare, C.; Melenberg, B. et Arthur van Soest (2002), "Semi-parametric Models for Satisfaction with Income" (PDF, 184 Ko), The Portuguese Economic Journal, vol. 1, no 2, pp. 181-203.
1Psychological games of guilt aversion assume that preferences depend on (beliefs about) beliefs and on the guilt sensitivity of the decision-maker. We present an experiment designed to measure guilt sensitivities at the individual level for various stake sizes. We use the data to estimate a structural choice model that allows for heterogeneity, and permits that guilt sensitivities depend on stake size. We find substantial heterogeneity of guilt sensitivities in our population, with 60% of decision makers displaying stake-dependent guilt sensitivity. For these decision makers, we find that average guilt sensitivities are significantly different from zero for all stakes considered, while significantly decreasing with the level of stakes.