Wallflowers: Experimental Evidence Of An Aversion To Standing Out

Jones, Daniel B.; Linardi, Sera, (2013). Wallflowers: Experimental Evidence Of An Aversion To Standing Out. Ssrn Electronic Journal, , , .

Keywords: 2012, 2013, 2014, accepted august 24, behavior and behavioral decision, behavioral economics, by uri gneezy, economics, history, in advance march 10, incentives, making, microeconomic behavior, motivation, organizational studies, published online in articles, received september 2

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