I am a PhD candidate at the Department of Banking and Finance of the University of Innsbruck doing research in Behavioural and Experimental Finance and Economics. Applying the tools of experimental economics, I work on a number of topics relating to financial markets as, for example, issues regarding market efficiency and bubbles, decision-making under uncertainty, and dishonesty.
I am also Lab Manager at our
and Research Associate at the Economic Science Laboratory of the University of Arizona.
|New Working Paper:||Our working paper 'Bad bankers no more? Truth-telling and (dis)honesty in the finance industry' with Jürgen Huber is now available online|
|New Working Paper:||In our new working paper 'Market shocks and professionals' investment behavior — Evidence from the COVID-19 crash' (with Jürgen Huber and Michael Kirchler) we show that finance professionals reduce their investments considerably in an experimental task after the COVID crash|
Awards, Grants & Research Funding:
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, Journal of Economic Psychology, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance
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