Henning Hermes (né Müller) is an assistant professor at the Department of Economics and the FAIR Center of Excellence at NHH Bergen.
Henning is a behavioral economist with special research interest in the Economics of Education, the skill formation process, and child and youth development. Most of his research projects are large-scale RCTs / field-experiments. More specifically, he has worked on self-regulation training, working memory training, strategic interaction, cooperation, and early childhood education.
Before he joined NHH in fall 2017, Henning finished his PhD at the University of Mainz, entitled "Fostering Non-Cognitive Skills to Affect Economic Outcomes — Evidence from Randomized-Controlled Field and Lab Experimental Studies”. Prior to that, he completed diplomas in Economics and in Psychology.
|Hermes, Henning; Hett, Florian; Mechtel, Mario; Schmidt, Felix; Schunk, Daniel; Wagner, Valentin||Do Children Cooperate Conditionally? Adapting the Strategy Method for First-Graders||Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization; 2019|