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FAIR Seminar Johannes Spinnewijn

We invite you to a FAIR Seminar with Johannes Spinnewijn. Johannes is Professor of Economics at the London School of Economics. His research focuses on various topics in public economics, including the design of social insurance and tax systems.

FAIR Seminar Kirby Nielsen

We invite you to a FAIR Seminar with Kirby Nielsen. Kirby is Professor of Economics and William H. Hurt Scholar in Caltech's Division of the Humanities and Social Sciences. Her research interests are in experimental economics, decision theory, and microeconomic theory.

FAIR Seminar Amitabh Chandra

We invite you to a FAIR Seminar with Amitabh Chandra. Amitabh is the Malcolm Wiener Professor of Social Policy at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. His research focuses on innovation, pricing, and capital allocation in the biopharmaceutical industry, value in health care, medical malpractice, racial disparities in healthcare, and discovering new methods for treating Alzheimer's.

FAIR Seminar Jakob Svensson

We invite you to a FAIR Seminar with Jakob Svensson. Jakob is Professor of Economics at the Institute for International Economic Studies, Stockholm University. His research interests include corruption, accountability in service delivery programs, and political economy.

FAIR Seminar Zwetelina Iliewa

We invite you to a FAIR Seminar with Zwetelina Iliewa. Zwetelina is Assistant Professor (tenure track) at the Department of Economics at the University of Bonn. Her research interests are in the fields of behavioural and experimental economics and behavioural finance.

Welcome to St. Jerome's day 2024

The Department of Professional and Intercultural Communication invites you to a guest lecture with associate professor Jean Nitzke from UiA and Ondřej Klabal from Palacký University Olomouc.

FAIR Seminar Daphne Skandalis

We invite you to a FAIR Seminar with Daphné Skandalis. Daphné is Assistant Professor at the University of Copenhagen. Her research is in labour economics and applied econometrics.

FAIR Seminar Pedro Rey Biel

We invite you to a FAIR Seminar with Pedro Rey Biel. Pedro is Associate Professor of Behavioral Economics at ESADE, Ramon Llull University Barcelona, Spain. His research combines theoretical and empirical methodologies, as well as laboratory and field experiments to understand economic decision-making and how it is affected by the design of proper incentive schemes which take into account the complex array of behavioural traits behind human motivation.

FAIR Seminar Patricio Dalton

We invite you to a FAIR Seminar with Patricio Dalton. Patricio is Associate Professor at Tilburg U. Economics Department. His research lies in the intersection between poverty, psychology and decision-making using both formal models and experiments in the laboratory and the field.

FAIR Seminar Amanda Dahlstrand

We invite you to a FAIR Seminar with Amanda Dahlstrand. Amanda is Associate Professor at the University of Zürich's Economics Department. Her research is in the fields of labour, organizational and development economics, with a particular interest in health and technology that cuts across fields.

FAIR Seminar Matthias Sutter

We invite you to a FAIR Seminar with Matthias Sutter. Matthias is the Director at the Max Planck Institute For Research On Collective Goods, Professor of Economics at Universität Innsbruck, and Professor of Economics at the University of Cologne. His research focuses on (i) the development of economic decision making in childhood and adolescence, (ii) the economics of credence goods, and (iii) how team decision making differs from individual decision making.

FAIR Seminar Erik Plug

We invite you to a FAIR Seminar with Erik Plug. Erik is Professor of Economics at the University of Amsterdam. His main research interests relate to family, education and labour economics.

FAIR Seminar Joël van der Weele

We invite you to a FAIR Seminar with Joël van der Weele. Joël is Professor of Economic Psychology at the Center for Research in Experimental Economics and political Decision making (CREED) at the University of Amsterdam. His research is on diverse issues on the intersection between economics and psychology, using the tools of experimental economics and game theory.

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