- Behaviroral Economics
- Experimental Economics
- Social Preferences
- Applied Game Theory
- Fairness and Inequality
- 2021: Does mutual knowledge of preferences lead to more Nash equilibrium play? Experimental evidence.
(joint with C. Brunner and F. Kauffeldt, European Economic Review, 135, 103735.)
- 2020: Inequality, fairness and social capital.
(joint with D. Fehr, S. Trautmann and Y. Xu, European Economic Review, 129, 103566.)
- 2019: Hedging, ambiguity, and the reversal of order axiom.
(joint with J. Oechssler and A. Roomets, Games and Economic Behavior, 117, 380-387.)
Work in Progress
Gender differences in bargaining - Experimental evidence
Does an unfair process of income determination lead to more antisocial behavior? Experimental Evidence
Nash equilibrium play in preference games
Information aversion under private and public disclosure rules
|Social Preferences in Behavioral Economics /“Seminar on Topics in Political Economy“||Seminar (S)||SS 2021|
|Economics and Behavior||Lecture (V)||WS 21/22|
|Moral Wiggle Room and Information Avoidance - Topics on Polit Econ (Bachelor)||Seminar (S)||WS 21/22|