11. O. P. Hauser, E. Linos, T. Rogers (in press). From field studies to field experiments: Studying organizational behaviors in actual organizations. Research in Organizational Behavior. [PDF]
10. O. P. Hauser, M. I. Norton (2017). (Mis)perceptions of inequality. Current Opinion in Psychology 18, 21-25. [PDF]
9. S. Kettle, M. Hernandez, M. Sanders, O. P. Hauser, S. Ruda (2017). Failure to CAPTCHA Attention: Null Results from an Honesty Priming Experiment in Guatemala. Behavioral Sciences 7 (2), 28. [PDF]
7. O. P. Hauser, A. Hendriks, D. G. Rand*, M. A. Nowak* (2016). Think global, act local: Preserving the global commons. Scientific Reports 6. [PDF]
6. M. Luca, O. P. Hauser (2016). Good Communication Requires Experimenting with Your Language. Harvard Business Review. [Online article]
5. O. P. Hauser, M. Luca (2015). Your Company is Full of Good Experiments (You Just Have to Recognize Them). Harvard Business Review. [Online article]
4. O. P. Hauser, M. Luca (2015). How to Design (and Analyze) a Business Experiment. Harvard Business Review. [Online article]
Reprinted in HBR Guide to Data Analytics Basics for Managers (2016).
Selected for Nature News & Views commentary: Louis Putterman (Brown University): “Behavioural economics: A caring majority secures the future.” [Online]
Selected for a Nature Video production: “Handing on a sustainable future” Video available on YouTube.
2. O. P. Hauser, M. A. Nowak, D. G. Rand (2014). Punishment does not promote cooperation under exploration dynamics if anti-social punishment is possible. Journal of Theoretical Biology 360, 163-171. [PDF]
1. O. P. Hauser, A. Traulsen, M. A. Nowak (2014). Heterogeneity in background fitness acts as a suppressor of selection. Journal of Theoretical Biology 343, 178–185. [PDF]
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O. P. Hauser, M. Greene, K. DeCelles, M. I. Norton, F. Gino. Using Big Data and Targeted Nudges to Reduce Unethical Claiming of Government Benefits.
O. P. Hauser, G. Kraft-Todd, D. G. Rand, M. A. Nowak, M. I. Norton. Invisible inequality leads to punishing the poor and rewarding the rich. [SSRN Working Paper]
O. P. Hauser*, J. M. Jachimowicz*, J. O’Brien, E. Sherman, A. Galinsky. Second-Order Normative Beliefs but Not First-Order Personal Beliefs Predict Energy Use.
O. P. Hauser, M. Sanders. Time for money: A social impact perspective on moral licensing.
Z. Rahwan, O. P. Hauser, E. Kochanowska, B. Fasolo. High Stakes: A Little More Cheating And A Lot Less Charity.
O. P. Hauser. Tipping for an audience: Observability increases tipping behavior in a natural experiment.
O. P. Hauser*, C. Hilbe*, M. A. Nowak. Social dilemma among unequals.
M. R. Jordan, W. Dickens, O. P. Hauser, D. G. Rand. Rethinking microloan defaults.
G. Donnelly, O. P. Hauser, F. Gino. Giving to receive: Moral self-regard increases when donating time, not money.
A. Wilson, O. P. Hauser, L. John. Proportional (versus absolute) charitable giving is perceived as more generous but not more impactful.
J. Sheehy-Skeffington, N. Kteily, A. K. Ho, O. P. Hauser. Antecedents and consequences of perceptions of economic inequality.