Balafoutas, L., & Sutter, M. (2012). Affirmative action policies promote women and do not harm efficiency in the laboratory. Science,
Bertrand, M., & Hallock, K. F. (2001). The gender gap in top corporate jobs. Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 55, 3–21.
Buser, T., Niederle, M., & Oosterbeek, H. (2014). Gender, competitiveness and career choices. Quarterly Journal of Economics,
Cason, T. N., Masters, W. A., & Sheremeta, R. M. (2010). Entry into winner-take-all and proportional-prize contests: An experimental study. Journal of Public Economics,
Croson, R., & Gneezy, U. (2009). Gender differences in preferences. Journal of Economic Literature,
Dargnies, M. P. (2009). Does team competition eliminate the gender gap in entry in competitive environments? CES Working Paper 2009.06.
Eckel, C. C., & Grossman, P. J. (2002). Sex differences and statistical stereotyping in attitudes toward financial risk. Evolution and Human Behavior,
Fischbacher, U. (2007). z-Tree: Zurich toolbox for ready-made economic experiments. Experimental Economics,
Gneezy, U., & Pietrasz, A. (2013). When half of the men are more competitive than all women. Working Paper.
Goldin, C., Katz, L. F., & Kuziemko, I. (2006). The homecoming of American college women: The reversal of the college gender gap. Journal of Economic Perspectives,
Grosse, N. D., & Riener, G. (2010). Explaining gender differences in competitiveness: Gender-task stereotypes. Jena Economic Research Papers 017.
Gupta, N. D., Poulsen, A., & Villeval, M. C. (2013). Gender matching and competitiveness: Experimental evidence. Economic Inquiry,
Healy, A., & Pate, J. (2011). Can teams help to close the gender competition gap? The Economic Journal,
Holt, C. A., & Laury, S. K. (2002). Risk aversion and incentive effects. American Economic Review,
Ifcher, J., & Zarghamee, H. (2014). Affect and overconfidence: Laboratory investigations. Journal of Neuroscience, Psychology, and Economics,
Ifcher, J., & Zarghamee, H. (2015) Performing in a competitive environment and the willingness to compete: Is it necessary and sufficient for a gender gap? Working paper.
Kamas L., & Preston, A. (2009). Social preferences, competitiveness and compensation: Are there gender differences? Working Paper.
Kamas, L., & Preston, A. (2012). The importance of being confident; gender, career choice, and willingness to compete. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization,
McDonald, J. A., & Thornton, R. J. (2007). Do new male and female college graduates receive unequal pay? Journal of Human Resources,
Niederle, M., Segal, C., & Vesterlund, L. (2013). How costly is diversity? Affirmative action in light of gender differences in competitiveness. Management Science,
Niederle, M., & Vesterlund, L. (2007). Do women shy away from competition? Do men compete too much? Quarterly Journal of Economics,
Niederle, M., & Vesterlund, L. (2011). Gender and competition. Annual Review of Economics,
Wozniak, D., Harbaugh, W., & Mayr, U. (2014). The menstrual cycle and performance feedback alter gender differences in competitive choices. Journal of Labor Economics,