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Jérémy CELSE

Department: Economy and Social Sciences
PUBLICATION AUTHORS PUBLICATION TYPES YEAR
Celse, J. The reduction of employee lying behaviour: Inspiration from a study of envy in part-time employees, Séminaire du Centre for Comparative Studies of Emerging Economies-University College London, 6 mars 2019, Londres, Royaume-Uni.
Research seminars
2019
Celse, J. Dishonesty and availability of common resources: do people lie more when resources are shared and scarce?. The Causes and Consequences of Trust and Bribery in Society Workshop-University of West England, 1er mars 2019, Bristol, Royaume-Uni.
Invited keynote speeches
2019
Celse, J., Ayal, S. Crafting messages to fight dishonesty: a field investigation of the impact of descriptive social norms on fare evasion. Conference "Subjective Probability, Utility, and Decision Making", 18-22 août 2019, Amsterdam, Pays-Bas.
Papers in Academic Conferences
2019
Celse, J., Max, S., Steinel, W., Soraperra, I., Shalvi, S. Uncertain Lies: How payoff uncertainty affects dishonesty. Journal of Economic Psychology, 2019, vol. 71, p. 117-125.
Articles in peer refereed journals
2019
Celse, J. The behavioural economics of envy and its implications in the workplace. In: Smith, R.H., Merlone, U., Duffy, M.K. (coord.). Envy at Work and in Organizations: Research, Theory, and Applications, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018, p. 321-346.
Chapters in books
2018
Celse, J. Crafting messages to fight dishonesty: a field investigation of the effects of descriptive social norms on lying and fare evasion. Advances with field experiments conference, 5-6 octobre 2018, Boston, Etats-Unis.
Papers in Academic Conferences
2018
Celse, J. Do you enjoy having more than others or more than another? Exploring the relationship between relative concerns and the size of the reference group. Social Indicators Research, 2018, vol. 138, n°3, p. 1089-1118.
Articles in peer refereed journals
2018
Celse, J., Galia, F., Max, S. Are (Negative) Emotions to Blame for Being Positional? An Experimental Investigation of the Impact of Emotional States on Status Preferences. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 2017, vol. 67, p. 122-130.
Articles in peer refereed journals
2017
Celse, J. An experimental investigation of the impact of absolute and relative inequalities on individual satisfaction. International Society for Quality of Life Studies, 27-30 septembre 2017, Innsbruck, Autriche.
Papers in Academic Conferences
2017
Celse, J. An experimental investigation of the impact of absolute and relative inequalities on individual satisfaction. Journal of Happiness Studies, 2017, vol. 18, n°4, p. 939-954.
Articles in peer refereed journals
2017
Celse, J. Do you enjoy having more than others or more than another? Exploring the relationship between relative concerns and the size of the reference group. International Society for Quality of Life Studies, 27-30 septembre 2017, Innsbruck, Autriche.
Papers in Academic Conferences
2017
Celse, J. Politicians lie, so do I. Psychological Research, 2017.
Articles in peer refereed journals
2017
Celse, J., Michel, N., Schilling, P. Are athletes more cooperative? A laboratory experiment. Managerial and Decision Economics, 2017, vol. 38, n°8, p. 1248-1261.
Articles in peer refereed journals
2017
Celse, J., Chang, K., Max, S., Quinton, S. The reduction of employee lying behaviour: Inspiration from a study of envy in part-time employees. Journal of Strategy and Management, 2016, vol. 9, n°2, p. 118-137.
Articles in peer refereed journals
2016
Celse, J. Will Joe the plumber envy Bill Gates? The impact of absolute and relative inequalities on individual satisfaction and behavior. Revue d'économie politique, 2016, vol. 126, n°2, p. 65-92.
Articles in peer refereed journals
2016
Celse, J. The Behavioural Economics of Envy: What Can We Learn From It?. In: Smith, R.H., Duffy, M., Merlone, U. (coord.). Envy at Work and in Organizations, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016.
Chapters in books
2016
Celse, J. The reduction of employee lying behaviour: Inspiration from a study of envy in part-time employees. International Society for Research on Emotions, 13-16 juin 2016, Geneva, Suisse.
Papers in Academic Conferences
2016
Heintz, C., Celse, J., Giardini, F., Max, S. Facing expectations: Those that we prefer to fulfil and those that we disregard. Judgment and Decision Making, 2015, vol. 10, n°5, p. 442-455.
Articles in peer refereed journals
2015
Sutan, A., Celse, J., Voillemot, A. L’économie expérimentale, outil original dans la quête d’excellence des Grandes Écoles. Les Échos.fr, 12 mars 2014,http://lecercle.lesechos.fr/economie-societe/recherche-economique/221193217/economie-experimentale-outil-original-quete-dexcelle.
Press tribunes
2014
Celse, J. Damaging the perfect image of athletes: how sport promotes envy. 6th European Conference in Sports Economics, 3-5 septembre 2014, Anvers, Belgique.
Papers in Academic Conferences
2014
Celse, J. Les chercheurs savent vous faire dire la vérité. Le Journal du Palais de Bourgogne, 7 juillet 2014.
Interviews
2014
Celse, J. Pourquoi les hommes politiques ont intérêt à montrer l’exemple. La Tribune, 13 mars 2014,http://www.latribune.fr/opinions/tribunes/20140312trib000819598/pourquoi-les-hommes-politiques-ont-interet-a-montrer-l-exemple.html.
Press tribunes
2014
Celse, J. Santé & expérimentation, PARI 2013, 2014.
Research reports
2014
Celse, J., Max, S., Villeval, M-C. Réduire à moindre coût la fraude en entreprise, c’est possible. Les Échos.fr, 28 mai 2014,http://www.lesechos.fr/idees-debats/cercle/cercle-98896-reduire-a-moindre-cout-la-fraude-en-entreprise-cest-possible-1005992.php.
Press tribunes
2014
Max, S., Celse, J., Giardini, F. Altruistic behaviour depends on what we think others expect. ASFEE, 20-21 juin 2013, Lyon, France.
Papers in Academic Conferences
2013
Celse, J. Causes & Consequences of happiness. EHERO, 28-29 octobre 2013, Rotterdam, Pays-Bas.
Papers in Academic Conferences
2013
Celse, J. Sketching Envy from Philosophy to Psychology. Cahiers du CEREN, 2013, n°42, p. 130-151.
Working papers
2013
Celse, J., Giardini, F., Max, S. Altruistic behaviour depends on what we think others expect, Joint FEEM-Bocconi Research Seminar, 1er janvier 2013, Milan, Italie.
Research seminars
2013
Celse, J., Giardini, F., Max, S. Altruistic behaviour depends on what we think others expect, PSE Seminar “Economics and Psychology”, 31 mai 2013, Paris, France.
Research seminars
2013
Celse, J., Giardini, F., Max, S. Altruistic behaviour depends on what we think others expect. 4th Joint Research Conference, 24 juin 2013, Dijon, France.
Papers in Academic Conferences
2013
Celse, J., Max, S. Le mensonge : affaire d’État ou de société ?. Le Huffington Post, 21 avril 2013,http://www.huffingtonpost.fr/jeremie-celse/affaire-cahuzac-mensonge_b_3110056.html.
Press tribunes
2013
Celse, J., Sutan, A. Quand l’économie vous aide à garder la ligne. Le Huffington Post, 5 juillet 2013,http://www.huffingtonpost.fr/jeremie-celse/quand-leconomie-vous-aide_b_3548756.html.
Press tribunes
2013
Celse, J., Sutan, A., Voillemot, A. L’envie, levier mésestimé pour motiver. Le Huffington Post, 13 juin 2013,http://www.huffingtonpost.fr/jeremie-celse/envie-management_b_3428246.html.
Press tribunes
2013
Loheac, Y., Celse, J. Can envy influence risk attitude? An experimental approach. ASFEE, 20-21 juin 2013, Lyon, France.
Papers in Academic Conferences
2013
Celse, J. Behaviour and Expectations: a New Model of Social Preference ?. Workshop Conflicts and Experiments, 23-25 mai 2012, Rennes, France.
Papers in Academic Conferences
2012
Celse, J. Damaging the perfect image of athletes: how sport promotes envy. Conférence SABE (Society for Advancement of Behavioral Economics), 12-15 juillet 2012, Grenade, Espagne.
Papers in Academic Conferences
2012
Celse, J. Dishonesty and Self-awareness. 3rd Joint Research Conference, 30 mai 2012, Oxford, Royaume-Uni.
Papers in Academic Conferences
2012
Celse, J. Envy in Othello: can effort explain such a tragic issue. Cahiers du CEREN, 2012, n°39, p. 23-39.
Working papers
2012
Celse, J. Is the positional bias an artefact ? Distinguishing positional concerns from egalitarian concerns. The Journal of socio-economics, 2012, vol. 41, n°3, p. 277-283.
Articles in peer refereed journals
2012
Celse, J. Will Joe the plumber envy Bill Gates? The impact of unflattering social comparisons on individual satisfaction and behaviour. Cahiers du CEREN, 2012, n°41, p. 58-76.
Working papers
2012
Celse, J., Max, S. Self-awareness and dishonest behaviours. Cahiers du CEREN, 2012, n°39, p. 40-66.
Working papers
2012
Celse, J. Damaging the perfect image of athletes: how sport practice promotes envy. 10th Tilburg Symposium for Economics and Psychology, 19 août 2011, Tilburg, Pays-Bas.
Papers in Academic Conferences
2011
Celse, J. Envy in Othello: can effort explain such a tragic issue?. AOM Conference, 12-16 août 2011, San Antonio, Etats-Unis.
Papers in Academic Conferences
2011
Celse, J. Envy in Othello: can effort explain such a tragic issue?. Workshop for Behavioural and Experimental Economics, 29-30 avril 2011, Florence, Italie.
Papers in Academic Conferences
2011
Celse, J. Is the positional bias an artifact? Distinguishing positional concerns from egalitarian ones. Cahiers du CEREN, 2011, n°36, p. 8-15.
Working papers
2011

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