Emma Heikensten

Stockholm School of Economics, Department of Economics

PhD Student

P.O. Box 6501

Sveavagen 65

Stockholm

Sweden

http://www.emmaheikensten.com/

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“  Emma is a doctoral student at Stockholm School of Economics working on projects in behavioral and experimental economics. During her PhD studies she has spent two years affiliated with the Women and Public Policy Program at Harvard Kennedy School. At the time, she was also affiliated with the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Harvard and the Center for Experimental Social Sciences at New York University. Emma's research is focused on gender and diversity questions as well as household finance with respect to savings. In these project she has multiple collaborators outside of academia, for example in the fintech-industry. In addition, Emma has been involved in several projects with the purpose of improving experimental sciences.  ”

Scholarly Papers (2)

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Simon Says: Examining Gender Differences in Advice Seeking and Influence in the Lab

Number of pages: 39 Posted: 18 Nov 2018 Last Revised: 18 Apr 2019
Emma Heikensten and Siri Isaksson
Stockholm School of Economics, Department of Economics and Stockholm School of Economics, Department of Economics
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advice, gender differences, experiment

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What Goes Around (Sometimes) Comes Around: Gender Differences in Retaliation

Number of pages: 37 Posted: 05 Jun 2019
Sirus H. Dehdari, Emma Heikensten and Siri Isaksson
Uppsala University - Department of Government, Stockholm School of Economics, Department of Economics and Stockholm School of Economics, Department of Economics
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retaliation, gender differences, game show data, behavioral economics