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Riedl, Arno

Full Professor, Department of Economics

Arno Riedl is a Full Professor of Public Economics at the Department of Economics (AE1) of Maastricht University School of Business and Economics. He is an expert in behavioral and experimental economics and investigates human decision-making (e.g. consumer choice), drawing on insights from ideology, psychology, neuroscience and economics. His research ranges from decision-making under risk and uncertainty (e.g., insurances, pension savings) to the neuronal underpinning of individual and social choices. He is especially interested in how institutions (e.g., markets) shape our preferences and beliefs and what that in turn means for institution building (e.g., participatie samenleving).

He is member of the Netspar Research Partner Council and regularly serves as editor and scientific advisor of international peer reviewed journals and conferences. He is Fellow of the International Center for the Study of Labor (IZA), the Center for Economic Studies/Institute for Economic Research (CESifo), and the Network for Studies on Pensions, Aging and Retirement (Netspar).

 

Language: German (native), English, Dutch

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