Siri Isaksson is an assistant professor in Behavioral Economics at the FAIR group at the Norwegian School of Economics. She recently got her PhD in Economics at the Stockholm School of Economics Her primary research areas are experimental and behavioral economics. Specifically, she is interested in understanding how gender differences in everyday decision-making translate into unequal outcomes for men and women.
In her most recent article, “It Takes Two: Gender Differences in Group Work,” Siri demonstrates that women consistently under-credit their contributions to shared work - and that this effect is strongest among women who contribute the most, and work on complex solutions.
Together with her co-authors, she has also studied gender differences in retaliation and advice seeking. She has also collaborated on several replication studies.
She holds an M.Sc from the Stockholm School of Economics and a B.Sc. from Humboldt University of Berlin.
MOST RECENT PUBLICATIONS
Camerer, Colin F., et al. "Evaluating the replicability of social science experiments in Nature and Science between 2010 and 2015." Nature Human Behaviour 2.9 (2018): 637-644.
Camerer, Colin F., et al. "Evaluating replicability of laboratory experiments in economics." Science 351.6280 (2016): 1433-1436.