Marlis Marie Schneider

PhD Candidate Marlis M. Schneider

+47 55 95 95 29
Behavioural economics Applied Microeconomics Experimental Economics

I am a third year PhD candidate at the department of economics under the supervision of Alexander W. Cappelen and affiliated with FAIR. My primary research field is behavioral economics and I use experiments (both in the lab and field) to investigate research questions in the areas of education & human capital accumulation, childhood development and social preferences. In my research, I examine social influences on individual behavior and beliefs as well as their potential consequences for societal outcomes such as intergenerational inequality.

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