Professor Dr Reinhard Selten
Was Research Coordinator at the University of Bonn
Professor Selten's research interests were: theories of bounded rationality; game theory and its applications; and experimental economics.
Sadly, Professor Selten passed away on 23 August 2016.
Professor of Economics, Monash University
Experimental Economics, Applied Game Theory, Behavioural Economics,Political Economy,Development Economics.
Lecturer in Economics, University of Oxford
Johannes' research interests include - behavioural and experimental economics, labour economics,and public economics.
Assistant Professor of Economics, Connecticut College
Experimental Economics, Other-Regarding Preferences, Cross Cultural Variation, Variation in Individual Decision Making in Developed and Developing Countries.
Associate Professor of Economics and Management at the University of Minnesota, Morris
Behavioural economics, experimental economics, behavioural economic field experiments and the economics of the US trucking industry.
Professor, Nottingham Business School at Nottingham Trent University
Thorsten is a professor in experimental and behavioural economics. His main research interest is using laboratory and field experiments to find solutions for real life challenges.
Senior Lecturer - Economics, RMIT University
Behavioural economics; experimental economics; cross-cultural economics and economic behaviour in computer-mediated communication environments.
Postdoctoral Researcher in the Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Program and the Behavioral Ethics Lab at the University of Pennsylvania
Experimental behavioural economics with a particular focus on behavioural ethics, social norms and behavioural contagion; Economics of migration, terrorism, crime and corruption.
Chair of Applied Research in Economics, Universitat Konstanz
Experimental economics, behavioural economics, neuroeconomics, economic policy, social norms and social preferences .
PostDoc Researcher at the Chair in Economic Theory, University of Passau
Behavioural and experimental economics, experimental macroeconomics, classroom experiments and experimental teaching, experimental ethics and corruption.
Professor at the Burgundy School of Business, France
My research and teaching interests extend to the intersection among organizational behaviour, information systems, market finance and management.
Professor of Economics, RMIT University
Behavioural game theory, evolution of cooperation, economics of culture and religion, Chinese economic behaviour.
Economics Faculty, University of Osnabrück
Steve has research interests in experimental and theoretical approaches to the study of economic decision-making.
Assistant Professor at Dogus University, Istanbul. Former Marie Curie research fellow (2015-2017) and Visiting Scholar (2014-2015) at CeDEx
Ozan's research interests are "Behavioural and Experimental Economics of Social and Moral Dilemmas"
PostDoc at the Chair for Economics: Design and Behavior at the University of Cologne
Felix has research interests in Behavioural and Experimental Economics, (Applied) Microeconomics, Labour and Personnel Economics.
Researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin
Lucas' research interests are: Cooperation; Social learning; Cultural evolution; Experimental economics; and Individual decision-making.
Haas School of Business, University of California Berkeley
Competition in online markets, Elections and polling, Communication in organisations and Experimental economics.
Professor of Behavioural Game Theory, University of Amsterdam
Behavioral Economics, Experimental Economics and Game Theory. Recent research has focused on auctions, positive and negative reciprocity, public goods, strategic communication (cheap talk and signaling) and discrimination.
Department of Economics, University of Mannheim
Professor Orzen's research interests are: experimental economics, applied game theory and industrial organisations.
Kiel Instute for the World Economy and Department of Economics, University of Kiel
Ulrich's research interests include decision theory, experimental economics, and economics of risk and uncertainty.
Research Fellow, Department of Psychology, Yale University
My research is in the field of behavioural and experimental economics. I am interested in cultural differences in behaviour, the evolutionary origins of human cooperation and overconfidence.
Associate Professor of Economics at Nanyang Technological University
My research involves behavioural economics and game theory. I work primarily on individual preferences, strategic reasoning, and group interaction in situations involving coordination, cooperation and conflict.
Professor at the University of Lausanne
Christian's research interests include the following: Behavioral Economics, Experimental Economics, and Game Theory.
Department of Finance at Faculty of Economics and Business at VU University Amsterdam
Behavioural economics, experimental economics, natural & field experiments, social preferences, cooperative behaviour, game theory, social networks, decision making under risk and uncertainty.
Senior Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour at Coller School of Management, Tel-Aviv University
Determinants of intra- and inter-group conflict and cooperation; group decision making (in particular in economic settings); cooperation and competition in social dilemmas under uncertainty.