Dominik Rothenhäusler

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We study how institutional design influences moral transgression. People are heterogeneous in their feelings of guilt and can share guilt with others. Institutions determine the number of supporters necessary for immoral outcomes to occur. With more supporters required, every supporter can share guilt more easily. This facilitates becoming a supporter.(More)
We propose a simple method to learn linear causal cyclic models in the presence of latent variables. The method relies on equilibrium data of the model recorded under a specific kind of interventions (“shift interventions”). The location and strength of these interventions do not have to be known and can be estimated from the data. Our method, called(More)
Institutions, Shared Guilt, and Moral Transgression* Dominik Rothenhäusler, Nikolaus Schweizer, and Nora Szech We study how institutional design influences moral transgression. People are heterogeneous in their feelings of guilt and can share guilt with others. Institutions determine the number of supporters necessary for immoral outcomes to occur. With(More)
This work presents a multivariate methodology combining principal component analysis, the Mahalanobis distance and decision trees for the selection of process factors and their levels in early process development of generic molecules. It is applied to a high throughput study testing more than 200 conditions for the production of a biosimilar monoclonal(More)
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