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Hopfensitz Astrid

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Contact : hopfensitz@gate.cnrs.fr

Research Professor at EMLyon

Education :
PHD : CREED, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
HDR : Toulouse School of Economics, France

Previous Positions :
Post Doc : CISA, University of Geneva
Lecturer (Maitre de conference) : Toulouse School of Economics

Research Interests :
My main research interest concerns the influence of emotions and psychological dimensions on economic decision making and behavior. I use economic experiments in combination with psychological methods. In recent years I have been interested in topics related to social ties and social intelligence. For example I have studied situations where players have to decide whether to trust another person and decisions taken by families especially spouses.

Selected publications :

  • Lespiau, F., Hopfensitz, A. and Kaminski, G. (2021). Keeping it for yourself or your sister ? Experimental evidence on birth order effects on resource distribution between kin and non-kin. Journal of Economic Psychology. 82
  • Barragan-Jason, G., M. Cauchoix, A. Regnier, M. Bourjade, A. Hopfensitz and A. S. Chaine (2021). Schoolchildren cooperate more successfully with non-kin than with siblings. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 288 (1944)
  • Tognetti, A., Durand, V., Barkat-Defradas, M. and Hopfensitz, A. (2020). Does he sound cooperative ? Acoustic correlates of cooperativeness. British Journal of Psychology. 111(4) : 823-839
  • Hopfensitz, A. and C. Mantilla (2019). Emotional expressions by sports teams : an analysis of world cup soccer player portraits. Journal of Economic Psychology. 75(B) ; 102071
  • Hopfensitz, A., Mantilla, C. and J. Miquel-Florensa (2019). Catch Uncertainty and Reward Schemes in a Commons Dilemma : An Experimental Study. Environmental & Resource Economics, 72(4) : 1121-1153.
  • Cochard, F., Couprie, H. and A. Hopfensitz (2018). What if women earned more than their spouses ? An experimental investigation of work division in couples. Experimental Economics. 21 : 50-71
  • Stieglitz, J., Gurven, M., Kaplan, H. and A. Hopfensitz (2017). Why household inefficiency ? An experimental approach to assess spousal resource distribution preferences in a subsistence population undergoing socioeconomic change. Evolution and Human Behavior. 38(1) : 71-81.
  • Attanasi, G., Hopfensitz, A., Lorini, E. and F. Moisan (2016). Social connectedness improves co-ordination on individually costly, efficient outcomes. European Economic Review. 90 : 86-109.
  • Cochard, F., Couprie, H. and Hopfensitz, A. (2016). Do couples cooperate ? An experimental investigation. Review of Economics of the Household. 14(1) : 1-26
  • Centorrino, S., Djemai, E., Hopfensitz, A., Milinski, M. and P. Seabright (2015). Honest signalling in trust interactions : smiles rated as genuine induce trust and signal higher earnings opportunities. Evolution and Human Behavior. 36 : 8-16.
  • Bonnefon, J.-F., Hopfensitz, A. and W. de Neys (2013). The modular nature of trustworthiness detection. Journal of Experimental Psychology : General. Vol. 142(1), 143-150
  • Centorrino, S., Djemai, E., Hopfensitz, A., Milinski, M. and Seabright, P. (2010). Honest smiles as a costly signal in social exchange. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 33, 439-439.
  • Hopfensitz, A. and Reuben, E. (2009). The importance of emotions for the effectiveness of social punishment. The Economic Journal. 119(540) : 1534-1559.
  • Ben-Shakhar, G., Bornstein, G., Hopfensitz, A., and van Winden, F. (2007). reciprocity and emotions in bargaining using physiological and self-report measures. Journal of Economic Psychology, 28(3) : 314-323.
  • Bowles, S., Choi, J.-K., and Hopfensitz, A. (2003). The co-evolution of individual behaviors and social institutions. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 223:135-147.