Welcome to Ondrej's home page at CERGE-EI
I am a Research Associate at the Max Planck Institute of Economics, Strategic Interaction Group, Jena, Germany
and a Junior Researcher at the Economics Institute, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic.
Curriculum Vitae with contact details
Loss Avoidance as Selection Principle: Evidence from Simple Stag-Hunt Games
(with Andreas Ortmann), Economics Letters, Volume 88, Issue 1, July 2005, Pages 101-107.
[CERGE-EI Working Paper 245, 12/2004]
How Financial Incentives and Cognitive Abilities Affect Task Performance in Laboratory Settings: an Illustration
(with Andreas Ortmann), Economics Letters, Volume 85, Issue 3 , December 2004, Pages 315-320.
[CERGE-EI Working Paper 221, 02/2004]
Valuing a Risky Prospect Less than Its Worst Outcome: Uncertainty Effect or Task Ambiguity
(with Andreas Ortmann, Alexandra Prokosheva and Ralph Hertwig)
Jena Economic Research Paper 2007-038 and CERGE-EI Working Paper 334, 07/2007
Financial Incentives and Cognitive Abilities: Evidence from a Forecasting Task with Varying Cognitive Load
Jena Economic Research Paper 2007-040 and CERGE-EI Discussion Paper 173, 01/2007
The Interaction between Financial Incentives and Task-specific Cognitive Capital: More Evidence in Support of Camerer and Hogarth (1999)
Jena Economic Research Paper 2007-039 and CERGE-EI Working Paper 264, 05/2005 (previous version).
The Impact of Financial Incentives on Task Performance: The Role of Cognitive Abilities & Intrinsic Motivation
CERGE-EI Discussion Paper 112, 12/2003.
BOOK CONTRIBUTIONS & BOOK REVIEWS
“Health Care” in Dusek, L., and S. Jurajda, Eds., Czech Republic 2003/2004: Entering the EU, CERGE, Charles University, Economics Institute, ASCR, Prague, 2004.
“Providing Health Services” (contributor) in Hanousek, J., Kocenda, E., and L. Lizal, Eds., Tale of The Czech Transition: Understanding The Challenges Ahead, MatfyzPress, Prague, 2004.
Book review of Colin F. Camerer (2003), Behavioral Game Theory. Experiments in Strategic Interaction. (with Andreas Ortmann), Journal of Economic Psychology, Volume 25, Issue 5 , October 2004, Pages 671-674.
Book review of Paul W. Glimcher (2003), Decisions, Uncertainty, and the Brain. The Science of Neuroeconomics. (with Andreas Ortmann), Journal of Economic Psychology, Volume 25, Issue 6 , December 2004, Pages 891-894.