Christine L. Exley
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Excusing Selfishness in Charitable Giving: The Role of Risk
CL Exley
Review of Economic Studies, 2015
2132015
Knowing when to ask: The cost of leaning in
CL Exley, M Niederle, L Vesterlund
Journal of Political Economy 128 (3), 816-854, 2020
802020
Incentives for prosocial behavior: The role of reputations
C Exley
Management Science 64 (5), 2460-2471, 2018
502018
Using charity performance metrics as an excuse not to give
CL Exley
Management Science 66 (2), 553-563, 2020
412020
The gender gap in self-promotion
CL Exley, JB Kessler
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2019
372019
Understanding conformity: An experimental investigation
BD Bernheim, C Exley
Harvard Business School NOM Unit Working Paper, 2015
372015
Motivated errors
CL Exley, JB Kessler
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
342019
When gender discrimination is not about gender
KB Coffman, CL Exley, M Niederle
Harvard Business School, 2018
332018
Observability Increases the Demand for Commitment Devices
CL Exley, J Naecker
Available at SSRN 2498145, 2014
262014
The impact of a surprise donation ask
CL Exley, R Petrie
Journal of Public Economics 158, 152-167, 2018
232018
Wage elasticities in working and volunteering: The role of reference points in a laboratory study
CL Exley, SJ Terry
Management Science 65 (1), 413-425, 2019
122019
Equity concerns are narrowly framed
CL Exley, JB Kessler
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2018
122018
Finding excuses to decline the ask
CL Exley, R Petrie
Harvard Business School, 2016
122016
New research: women who don’t negotiate might have a good reason
CL Exley, M Niederle, L Vesterlund
Harvard Business Review 12, 2016
72016
The role of beliefs in driving gender discrimination
KB Coffman, CL Exley, M Niederle
Management Science, 2021
62021
Why information fails to encourage costly behavior
CL Exley, JB Kessler
Working paper, 2017
52017
Motivated cognitive limitations
CL Exley, JB Kessler
Mimeo, Harvard Business School, 2018
42018
Equity concerns are narrowly framed: Why money cannot buy time
CL Exley, JB Kessler
unpublished, 2017
32017
Finding Excuses to Decline the Ask: A Field Experiment
C Exley, R Petrie
Working paper, Harvard University, 2016
22016
Information Avoidance and Image Concerns
CL Exley, JB Kessler
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2021
2021
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