Behavioral and Experimental Economics
Organizational Economics, Personnel Economics and Law & Economics.
How do incentives, information and (legal) institutions impact human behavior in economically relevant situations? I investigate these and related questions using methodology from laboratory and field experiments and relate my findings to different fields within Economics, primarily Organizational Economics, Personnel Economics and Law & Economics. However, insights are not limited to Economics and consequently I pursue an interdisciplinary research agenda together with my co-authors who have backgrounds in Economics, Law, Political Sciences, and Psychology.
Here you can find a list of my publications, current projects, and coverage by the media.
The data for my projects were collected at the following locations:
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