Dr. Agne Kajackaite
Since 08 2017 Head of the Research Group “Ethics and Behavioral Economics”, Berlin Social Science Center (WZB)
07 2016 – 06 2017 Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Southern California, Department of Economics
10 2012 – 05 2016 PhD in Economics (summa cum laude), University of Cologne
10 2009 – 06 2012 Master of Science in Economics (with distinction), University of Cologne
09 2005 – 07 2009 Bachelor of Science in Economics, University of Vilnius
Kajackaite, A., Sliwka, D. (2020). Prosocial managers, employee motivation, and the creation of shareholder value. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 172, 217-235.
Chang T. Y., Kajackaite A. (2019). Battle for the thermostat: Gender and the effect of temperature on cognitive performance. PLOS ONE, 14(5).
Kajackaite, A. (2018). Lying about Luck versus Lying about Performance. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 153, 194-199.
Gneezy, U., Kajackaite, A., Sobel, J. (2018). Lying Aversion and the Size of the Lie. American Economic Review, 108(2), 419-453
Charness, G., Eckel, C. C., Gneezy, U., Kajackaite, A. (2018). Complexity in Risk Elicitation May Affect the Conclusions: A Demonstration Using Gender Differences.Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 56(11), 1-17
Andersen, S., Gneezy, U., Marx, J., Kajackaite, A. (2018). Allowing for reflection time does not change behavior in Dictator and Cheating Games. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 145, 24-33
Kajackaite, A., Sliwka, D. (2017). Social responsibility and incentives in the lab: Why do agents exert more effort when principals donate? Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 142, 482-493
Kajackaite, A., Gneezy, U. (2017).Incentives and cheating. Games and Economic Behavior, 102, 433-444
Kajackaite, A. (2015). If I close my eyes, nobody will get hurt. The effect of ignorance on performance in a real effort experiment. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 116, 518-524
Kajackaite, A., Werner, P. (2015). The incentive effects of performance requirements – A real effort experiment. Journal of Economic Psychology, 49, 84-94