Barrera D., Gërxhani K., Kittel B., Miller L. and Wolbring T. (forthcoming) Experimental Sociology: Outline of a Scientific Field. Cambridge University Press. Planned year of publication: 2022.
Gërxhani, K., N.D. de Graaf, W. Raub (forthcoming). Handbook of Rigorous Theoretical and Empirical Sociology, In Gërxhani, K., N.D. de Graaf, and W. Raub (eds.) Handbook of rigorous theoretical and empirical sociology. Research Handbook in Sociology Series, Cheltenham, UK & Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar. Planned year of publication: 2021.
Gërxhani, K. and L. Miller (forthcoming). “Experimental Sociology”. In Gërxhani, K., N.D. de Graaf, and W. Raub (eds.) Handbook of rigorous theoretical and empirical sociology. Research Handbook in Sociology Series, Cheltenham, UK & Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar. Planned year of publication: 2021.
Gërxhani, K., N.D. de Graaf, W. Raub (forthcoming). “Rigorous sociology”. In Gërxhani, K., N.D. de Graaf, and W. Raub (eds.) Handbook of rigorous theoretical and empirical sociology. Research Handbook in Sociology Series, Cheltenham, UK & Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar. Planned year of publication: 2021.
Gërxhani K., Volker B., Van Breemen J., (2021). Who will do it? Volunteering to change cooperation rules in a heterogeneous population. European Sociological Review 37(3): 482-496
De Dreu, C., Gërxhani K. and Schram A., (2021). Anticipating Peer Ranking Causes Hormonal Adaptations that Benefit Cognitive Performance. Forthcoming in the American Behavioral Scientist
Sarsons, H., Gërxhani, K., Reuben, E., Schram. A. (2021). Gender differences in recognition for group work. Journal of Political Economy 129(1): 101-147.
Gërxhani, K. and R. Wintrobe (2021). “Understanding Tax Evasion: Combining the Public Choice and New Institutionalist Perspectives.” In Douarin, E. and O. Havrylyshyn (eds.) Handbook of Comparative Economics, Palgrave MacMillan. Pp. 785-810.
Foley, W. and Gërxhani, K. (2020). Hands-off? Laissez-faire policies on Covid-19 may exacerbate health inequalities. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJSSP-06-2020-0220
Gërxhani, K. (2020). Status Ranking and Gender Inequality: A Cross-Country Experimental Comparison. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 65 100474.
Brandts, J, K. Gërxhani, and A. Schram (2020). Are there Gender Differences in Status-Ranking Aversion?. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics 84 101485
Benneker, V., K. Gërxhani and S. Steinmetz (2020). Enforcing Your Own Human Rights? The Role of Social Norms in Compliance with Human Rights Treaties . Social Inclusion, 8(1): 184-193.
Gereke, J. and Gërxhani, K. (2019). Experimental Economics and Experimental Sociology. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Economics and Finance. Oxford University Press, NY.
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- Gërxhani and J. van Breemen (2019). Social Values and Institutional Change: An Experimental Study.Journal of Institutional Economics, 15(2): 259-280.
Schram, A., J. Brandts, and K. Gërxhani (2019). Social-Status Ranking: A Hidden Channel to Gender Inequality under Competition. Experimental Economics, 22(2): 396-418.
Gërxhani, K. (2017). The Experimental Approach to Studying Employers' Hiring Behavior. Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences: An Interdisciplinary, Searchable, and Linkable Resource. 1–14.
Bills, D.B., V. Di Stasio, and K. Gërxhani (2017). The Demand Side of Hiring: Employers in the Labor Market. Annual Review of Sociology, Volume 43: 6.1-6.20.
Paskov, M., K. Gërxhani, and H. van de Werfhorst (2017). Giving up on the Joneses? The relationship between income inequality and status-seeking. European Sociological Review 33(1): 112–123.
Ferrer-i-Carbonell, A. and K. Gërxhani (2016). Tax Evasion and Well-being: A Study of the Social and Institutional Context in Central and Eastern Europe. European Journal of Political Economy 45: 149-159.
Gërxhani, K. and J. Bruggeman (2015). Time Lag and Communication in Changing Unpopular Norms. PLoS ONE, Vol. 10, e0124715.
Gërxhani, K. and F. Koster (2015). Making the Right Move: Investigating Employers' Recruitment Strategies. Personnel Review 44(5): 781–800.
Di Stasio, V. and K. Gërxhani (2015). Employers’ Social Contacts and Their Hiring Behavior in a Factorial Survey. Social Science Research 51: 93-107.
Schram, A., V. Buskens, K. Gërxhani, and J. Grosser (2015). Experimental Game Theory and Its Application in Sociology and Political Science. Special issue of Journal of Applied Mathematics.
Schram, A., V. Buskens, K. Gërxhani, J. Groβer (2015). Experimental Game Theory and Its Application in Sociology and Political Science, Article ID 280789. Special issue of Journal of Applied Mathematics.
Gërxhani, K., J. Brandts and A. Schram (2013). The Emergence of Employer Information Networks in an Experimental Labor Market. Social Networks 35: 541-560.
Gërxhani, K. and H. van de Werfhorst (2013). The Effect of Education on Informal Sector Participation in a Post-communist Country. European Sociological Review 29(3): 464-476.
Duyvendak, J.W., C. Bouw, K. Gërxhani, O. Velthuis (Eds.) (2013). Sociale kaart van Nederland: Over instituties en organisaties (The Netherlands’ social map: On institutions and organizations). Boom Lemma Uitgevers.
Duyvendak, J.W., O. Velthuis, K. Gërxhani (2013). Sociale kaart van Nederland (The Netherlands’ social map). In: Duyvendak, Bouw, Gërxhani, & Velthuis (Eds.), Sociale kaart van Nederland: Over instituties en organisaties. Boom Lemma Uitgevers.
Gërxhani, K. and F. Koster (2012). ‘I Am Not Alone’: Understanding Public Support for the Welfare State. International Sociology 27(6): 768-787.
Ferrer-i-Carbonell, A. and K. Gërxhani (2011). Financial Satisfaction and (In)formal Sector in a Transition Country. Social Indicators Research 102(2): 315-331.
Schram, A., J. Brandts, K. Gërxhani (2010). Information, Bilateral Negotiations, and Worker Recruitment. European Economic Review 54(8): 1035–1058.
Brandts, J., K. Gërxhani, A. Schram and J.E. Ygosse-Battisti (2010). Size Doesn’t Matter! Gift Exchange in Experimental Labor Markets. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 76: 544-548.
Gërxhani, K. and A. Schram (2009). Clientelism and Polarized Voting: Empirical Evidence. Public Choice 141(3): 305-317.
Fidrmuc, J. and K. Gërxhani (2008). Mind the Gap: Social capital, East and West! Journal of Comparative Economics 36: 264-286.
Gërxhani, K. (2007). Explaining Gender Differences in Tax Evasion: The Case of Tirana, Albania. Feminist Economics 13(2): 119-155.
Gërxhani, K. (2007). “Did you pay your taxes?” How (Not) to Conduct Tax Evasion Surveys in Transition Countries. Social Indicators Research 80(3): 555-581.
Gërxhani, K. and A. Schram (2007). Albanië: 15 Jaar Worstelen met de Instituties. Internationale Spectator 61(6): 301-304.
Gërxhani, K. and A. Schram (2006). Tax Evasion and Income Source: A Comparative Experimental Study. Journal of Economic Psychology 27(3): 402-422.
Gërxhani, K. (2006). Politico-Economic Institutions and the Informal Sector in Albania, Chapter 6, pp. 81-95. In Bezemer, D.J. (ed.) On Eagle's Wings. Ten Years of Market Reform in Albania, New York: NovaScience Publishers.
Fidrmuc, J. and K. Gërxhani (2005). Formation of Social Capital in Central and Eastern Europe: Beyond Transition 16(3): 18-20.
Gërxhani, K. (2004). Tax Evasion in Transition: Outcome of an Institutional Clash? Testing Feige’s Conjecture in Albania. European Economic Review 48(4): 729-745.
Gërxhani, K. (2004). The Informal Sector in Developed and Less Developed Countries: A Literature Survey. Public Choice 120(3-4): 267-300.
Gërxhani, K. (2003). Porezna evazija u Albaniji: Institucionalni vacuum (Tax Evasion in Albania: An Institutional Vacuum). Financijska Teorija I Praksa (Financial Theory and Practice) 1: 55-83.
Gërxhani, K. (2002). The Informal Sector in Transition: Tax Evasion in an Institutional Vacuum, Ph.D. thesis, University of Amsterdam, Tinbergen Institute Research Series, no. 265, Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam; published by thesis publishers, Amsterdam.
Gërxhani, K. and A. Schram (2000). Albanian Political-Economics: Consequences of a Clan Culture. Journal for Institutional Innovation, Development and Transition 4: 5-14. Working-paper version.