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Toke Fosgaard
Toke Fosgaard
University of Copenhagen, Department of Food and Resource Economics
Verified email at ifro.ku.dk
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Why do we lie? A practical guide to the dishonesty literature
C Jacobsen, TR Fosgaard, D Pascual‐Ezama
Journal of Economic Surveys 32 (2), 357-387, 2018
1792018
Separating Will from Grace: An experiment on conformity and awareness in cheating
TR Fosgaard, LG Hansen, M Piovesan
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 93, 279-284, 2013
1282013
Context-dependent cheating: Experimental evidence from 16 countries
D Pascual-Ezama, TR Fosgaard, JC Cardenas, P Kujal, R Veszteg, ...
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 116, 379-386, 2015
1092015
Understanding the nature of cooperation variability
TR Fosgaard, LG Hansen, E Wengström
Journal of Public Economics 120, 134-143, 2014
602014
Framing and misperception in public good experiments
TR Fosgaard, LG Hansen, E Wengström
The Scandinavian Journal of Economics 119 (2), 435-456, 2017
452017
“Quality does not sell itself”: divergence between “objective” product quality and preference for coffee in naïve consumers
D Giacalone, TR Fosgaard, I Steen, M Münchow
British Food Journal 118 (10), 2462-2474, 2016
442016
Students cheat more: Comparing the dishonesty of a student sample and a representative sample in the laboratory
TR Fosgaard
The Scandinavian Journal of Economics 122 (1), 257-279, 2020
372020
Empathy as a neuropsychological heuristic in social decision-making
TZ Ramsøy, M Skov, J Macoveanu, HR Siebner, TR Fosgaard
Social Neuroscience 10 (2), 179-191, 2015
242015
Cooperation, framing, and political attitudes
TR Fosgaard, LG Hansen, E Wengström
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 158, 416-427, 2019
162019
Nudge for (the public) good: How defaults can affect cooperation
TR Fosgaard, M Piovesan
PloS one 10 (12), e0145488, 2015
162015
The neural bases of framing effects in social dilemmas.
J Macoveanu, TZ Ramsoy, M Skov, HR Siebner, TR Fosgaard
Journal of Neuroscience, Psychology, and Economics 9 (1), 14, 2016
132016
Consumer or citizen? Prosocial behaviors in markets and non-markets
MR Fosgaard, TR Fosgaard, NJ Foss
Social Choice and Welfare 49, 231-253, 2017
112017
Promises undone: How committed pledges impact donations to charity
T Fosgaard, AR Soetevent
Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper 2018/044-VII, 2018
102018
Can text messages save lives? A field experiment on blood donor motivation
T Fosgaard, L Hansen, C Jacobsen, E Sørensen, M Romose, H Ullum
Transfusion 60 (3), 460-465, 2020
92020
Asymmetric default bias in dishonesty–how defaults work but only when in one's favor
TR Fosgaard
IFRO Working paper, 2013
92013
The heterogeneous processes of cheating: Attention evidence from two eye tracking experiments
T Fosgaard, C Jacobsen, C Street
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 34 (1), 131-139, 2021
72021
Defaults and dishonesty–Evidence from a representative sample in the lab
T Fosgaard
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 157, 670-679, 2019
72019
Do people respond to the climate impact of their behavior? The effect of carbon footprint information on grocery purchases
TR Fosgaard, A Pizzo, S Sadoff
IFRO Working Paper, 2021
52021
Cooperation stability: A representative sample in the lab
TR Fosgaard
IFRO Working Paper, 2018
42018
Disentangling framing effects: assessing the relative importance of preferences, beliefs and misperceptions in a large-scale public good game
T Fosgaard, LG Hansen, E Wengström
Working Paper, 2012
32012
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