I’m an Associate Professor in the Social Science Division of New York University Abu Dhabi.
My main research interests lie within behavioral economics. In particular, I focus on the determinants of prosocial and antisocial behavior, the emergence and enforcement of social norms, the influence of interest politics, and the role of behavioral biases on discrimination.
I am an Assistant Professor of Economics at New York University in Abu Dhabi.
My research interests lie at the intersection of political and business economics. I am particularly interested in institutions and firm behavior in the global economy.
I am an Research Affiliate at Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods
My research focuses on Behavioural and Experimental Economics, Organisational Economics, Personnel and Labour Economics, Social Dilemmas, Game Theory
I am Post-Doctoral Associate in the economics department at NYU Abu Dhabi.
My research lies at the intersection of political economy and experimental economics.
I am a Post-Doctoral Associate at New York University Abu Dhabi.
My interest lies at the Behavioral and Experimental Economics, Public Economics.
I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at Purdue University.
My research interests lie in the fields of behavior, experimental, organizational, personal, and labor economics. My main focus is on the role of social and moral preferences in economic decisions.
I am a Professor of Public Economics at Maastricht University
In my research I use tools and methods of behavioral and experimental economics and game theory to investigate individual and interactive decision-making in a variety of social and economic situations. My research approach is strongly interdisciplinary using insights from biology, psychology, neurosciences and economics.
Co-Director of the Center of Experimental Economics
I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at University of Copenhagen.
My main research interests lie in Behavioral Economics, Psychological Game Theory, Experimental Economics and Contract Theory.
I am a PhD Fellow in the University of Cologne.
My research interests lie in Corruption and Corrupt Behavior; Ethics in Economics; Experimental Economics
I am a Professor of Behavioral Finance and Vertragstheorie at Alfred-Weber-Institute
Financial decisions under risk & uncertainty; social preferences and ethics; psychology of economic behavior.
I am a Post-Doctoral Associate in the Economics Department at New York University Abu Dhabi.
My research interests include Behavioral Economics, Experimental Economics, and Game Theory. In my research, I use various methods, including theoretical analysis, computational models, and lab experiments, to study how social interactions, norms, institutions, and policies influence economic behavior and efficiency.