• After the Crimea crisis: Employee discrimination in Russia and Ukraine 

      Naidenova, Iuliia; Nesseler, Cornel Maria; Parshakov, Petr; Chusovliankin, Aleksei (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      This paper examines the issue of employee discrimination after a political crisis: the annexation of Crimea. The annexation, which resulted in a political crisis in Russian-Ukrainian relations, is a setting which allows ...
    • Diverse Effects of Thermal Conditions on Performance of Marathon Runners 

      Gasparetto, Thadeu; Nesseler, Cornel Maria (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Heat exposure affects human performance in many ways. Both physiological (i.e., glycogen sparing, oxygen uptake, thermoregulation) and biomechanical mechanisms (i.e., contact time, knee flexion, muscle activity) are ...
    • Does persistence pay off? Accessing social activities with a foreign-sounding name 

      Dietl, Helmut; Gomez-Gonzalez, Carlos; Moretti, Paolo M; Nesseler, Cornel Maria (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      In this paper, we examine if a slight behavioural modification has an influence on discrimination. Specifically, we use a field experiment based on emails to observe if persistence increases the chances of joining a social ...
    • Head coach tenure in college women’s soccer. Do race, gender, and career background matter? 

      Nesseler, Cornel Maria; Gomez-Gonzalez, Carlos; Gasparetto, Thadeu (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      This study aims to analyse the tenure of head coaches in college women’s soccer in the USA and puts the focus on the influence of race and gender. The analysis includes individual characteristics of coaches (educational ...
    • Unbiased Decisions Among Women’s Basketball Referees 

      Gomez-Gonzalez, Carlos; Dietl, Helmut; Nesseler, Cornel Maria (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Decisions often reflect implicit biases. Ethnic, racial, and gender traits are associated with stereotypes that may influence the decision-making process. Previous research shows that referees’ decisions in men’s professional ...
    • What’s in a name? Measuring access to social activities with a field experiment 

      Nesseler, Cornel Maria; Gomez-Gonzales, Carlos; Dietl, Helmut (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Today’s societies increasingly consist of members who migrated from other countries and regions, and their functioning depends heavily on integrating their diverse members. Interactions with the local population through ...