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Berger, Joël; Diekmann, Andreas; Wehrli, Stefan (2024). Does Improved Upward Social Mobility Foster Frustration and Conflict? A Large-Scale Online Experiment Testing Boudon’s Model. Rationality and society, 36(2), pp. 157-182. Sage Publications 10.1177/10434631231225544


Berger, Joël (2023). Social capital is associated with cooperation and indirect norm enforcement in the field: behavioural evidence from Switzerland (In Press). European sociological review Oxford University Press 10.1093/esr/jcad039


Becker, Rolf; Berger, Joël; Glauser, David; Jann, Ben (2022). Experiments in the Sociology of Education – Promises and Experiences. Swiss Journal of Sociology, 48(1), pp. 9-19. Seismo 10.2478/sjs-2022-0003

Berger, Joël; Vogt, Sonja; Efferson, Charles (2022). Pre-existing fairness concerns restrict the cultural evolution and generalization of inequitable norms in children. Evolution and human behavior, 43(1), pp. 1-15. Elsevier 10.1016/j.evolhumbehav.2021.07.001


Berger, Joël; Efferson, Charles; Vogt, Sonja (2021). Tipping pro-environmental norm diffusion at scale: opportunities and limitations. Behavioural public policy, 7(3), pp. 581-606. Cambridge University Press 10.1017/bpp.2021.36

Berger, Joël (2021). Social Tipping Interventions Can Promote the Diffusion or Decay of Sustainable Consumption Norms in the Field. Evidence from a Quasi‐Experimental Intervention Study. Sustainability, 13(6), p. 3529. MDPI


Berger, Joël; Osterloh, Margit; Rost, Katja (2020). Focal random selection closes the gender gap in competitiveness. Science Advances, 6(47), eabb2142. American Association for the Advancement of Science 10.1126/sciadv.abb2142

Berger, Joël; Osterloh, Margit; Rost, Katja; Ehrmann, Thomas (2020). How to prevent leadership hubris? Comparing competitive selections, lotteries, and their combination. Leadership Quarterly, 31(5), p. 101388. 10.1016/j.leaqua.2020.101388


Berger, Joël (2019). Signaling can increase consumers' willingness to pay for green products. Theoretical model and experimental evidence. Journal of consumer behaviour, 18(3), pp. 233-246. Wiley 10.1002/cb.1760

Berger, Roger; Berger, Joël (2019). Islamophobia or Threat to Secularization? Lost Letter Experiments on the Discrimination Against Muslims in an Urban Area of Switzerland. Swiss Journal of Sociology, 45(1), pp. 83-105. De Gruyter 10.2478/sjs-2019-0005

Berger, Joël; Osterloh, Margit; Rost, Katja (2019). Chef per Los? Zeitschrift Führung + Organisation, 88(3), pp. 184-188. Schäffer-Poeschel


Combet, Benita; Berger, Joël (5 June 2013). Relative Risk Aversion, Information Asymmetry, and Tracking. An Experimental Investigation of Educational Inequalities (Unpublished). In: Colloquium, Institute of Education and Society. University of Luxembourg. 05.06.2013.


Hadjar, Andreas; Berger, Joël (2011). Geschlechtsspezifische Bildungsungleichheiten in Europa. Die Bedeutung des Bildungs- und Wohlfahrtsstaatssystems. In: Hadjar, Andreas (ed.) Geschlechtsspezifische Bildungsungleichheiten (pp. 23-54). Wiesbaden: VS Verlag 10.1007/978-3-531-92779-4

Berger, Joël (2011). Altruistische Reziprozität. Empirische Evidenz aus sequenziellen Diktator- und Takingspielen. Soziale Welt - Zeitschrift für sozialwissenschaftliche Forschung und Praxis, 62(2), pp. 165-181. Baden-Baden: Nomos


Hadjar, Andreas; Berger, Joël (2010). Dauerhafte Bildungsungleichheiten in Westdeutschland, Ostdeutschland und der Schweiz: Eine Kohortenbetrachtung der Ungleichheitsdimensionen soziale Herkunft und Geschlecht. Zeitschrift für Soziologie, 39(3), pp. 182-201. Stuttgart: Lucius & Lucius

Hadjar, Andreas; Berger, Joël (2010). Lebenszufriedenheit im Zeitverlauf in Ost- und Westdeutschland: Eine A-P-K-Analyse der Entwicklungstendenzen zwischen 1990 und 2008. In: Krause, Peter; Ostner, Ilona (eds.) Leben in Ost- und Westdeutschland: Eine sozialwissenschaftliche Bilanz der deutschen Einheit 1990-2010 (pp. 709-726). Frankfurt/M.: Campus

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