Moneta, A., Chlaß, N., Entner, D., Hoyer, P. (2011), Causal Search in Structural Vector Autoregressive Models, Journal of Machine Learning Research: Workshops and Conference Proceedings, 12, pp. 95-118.

Chlaß, N., Moneta, A. (2010), Can Graphical Causal Inference Be Extended to Nonlinear Settings?, in: M. Suárez et al. (Eds.), European Philosophy of Science Association: Epistemology and Methodology of Science, Springer, pp. 63-72.

Working Papers

Chlaß, N., Riener, G. (2015), Lying, Spying, Sabotaging - Procedures and Consequences, University of Mannheim Working Paper #ECON 15-17, DICE Working Paper #196/2015 and Jena Economic Research Paper #2015-016.

Chlaß, N., Gangadharan, L., Jones, K. (2015), Charitable Giving and Intermediation, Monash Working Paper #18/2015.

Chlaß, N., Moffatt, P. (2012), Giving in Dictator Games -- Experimenter Demand Effect or Preference over the Rules of the Game?, Jena Economic Research Paper #2012-044. University of East Anglia Research Paper #17-05.

Chlaß, N. (2011), On Individual Cursedness - How Personality Shapes Individuals' Sensitivity to Incur a Winner's Curse, Jena Economic Research Papers #2011-027.

Chlaß, N. (2011), The Winner's Curse under Behavioral Institutions, Jena Economic Research Papers #2011-011.

Chlaß, N. (2010), The Impact of Procedural Asymmetry in Games of Imperfect Information, Papers of the German Economic Association Annual Meeting 2010,

Chlaß, N., Güth, W., Miettinen, T. (2009), Purely Procedural Preferences - Beyond Procedural Equity and Reciprocity, Jena Eonomic Research Papers #2009-069 and Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics Working Paper #2009-03.  [online appendix]  [moral judgement and demographics]

Chlaß, N., Güth, W. (2007), Competition on Common Value Markets with Naive Traders. A Theoretical and Experimental Analysis, Jena Economic Research Papers #2007-105.

Chlaß, N., Krüger, J. J. (2007), Small Sample Properties of the Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test with Discontinuous and Dependent Observations, Jena Economic Research Papers #2007-032.