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Dohmen, Thomas

Thomas Dohmen is a Professor of Education and the Labour Market at Maastricht University School of Business and Economics and Professor of Applied Microeconomics at the University of Bonn (Germany). His research focuses on three main areas: (1) the nature and economic consequences of preferences, cognitive and non-cognitive skills, (2) the psychology of incentives, (3) personnel […]

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Elias Tsakas

Elias Tsakas is an Assistant Professor (tenured) of Economics at Maastricht University School of Business and Economics and a fellow of the Graduate School of Business and Economics at that same university. He also is a founding member of EpiCenter, the Epistemic Game Theory Research Group at Maastricht University. Tsakas’ research focuses mostly on Epistemic Game Theory, Bounded Rationality and […]

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Riedl, Arno

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 […]

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Rott, Christina

Rott is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Maastricht University School of Business and Economics. She has been visiting scholar at the Columbia Business School (New York). Her  research focuses on Experimental and Behavioral Economics. Among other topics, she is particularly interested in organizational behavior, gender, and private information in different contexts. She is also interested in teaching the topics Microeconomics, Experimental Economics, Behavioral Economics, […]

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Smeets, Paul

The research focus of Paul Smeets is on behavioral economics and social finance, with a particular interest in philanthropy, socially responsible investments and the effect of hormones on financial decision making. In his recent projects he has been collaborating with several large banks, pension funds and mutual fund providers. With these financial institutions he conducts […]

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Strobel, Martin

Martin Strobel is an Associate Professor of Economics at Maastricht University School of Business and Economics. He is also coordinator of the Behavioral & Experimental Economics Laboratory (BEElab). Strobel is broadly interested in anything related to human behavior and decision making. To tackle his research questions he mainly uses lab experiments, but also simulations and theoretical […]

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