I am assistant professor of economics at the University of Konstanz. I am also affiliated to the University of Zurich. Below you can browse my publications. Contact details are at the bottom. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions, comments or requests.
Here is a link to my [CV].
See here for [teaching].
My research interests lie in the fields of public, organizational, and behavioral economics. I apply game theory and experiments to address my research questions.
Currently, my research agenda focusses on decision-making and communication in groups, such as committees or cartels. Further research projects address questions related to individual decision-making, self-selection in the labor market, pro-social behavior, and the design of effective poverty alleviation policies for developing countries.
Workshops and Conferences
Repeated Games: Theory and Experiments, Konstanz, 2017, [Program].
Thurgau Experimental Economics Meeting (theem), Kreuzlingen, 2017, [Program].
Working Papers [with abstracts]
Negotiating Cooperation under Uncertainty: Communication in Noisy, Indefinitely Repeated Interactions (with Fabian Dvorak), [link].
Honesty and Self-Selection into Cheap Talk (with Urs Fischbacher and Maik T. Schneider), [link].
Buying Supermajorities in the Lab (with Maik T. Schneider), [link].
Publications [with abstracts]
How Transparency Kills Information Aggregation: Theory and Experiment (with Niall Hughes), American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, forthcoming, [link].
Charitable Giving as a Signal of Trustworthiness: Disentangling the Signaling Benefits of Altruistic Acts (with Wojtek Przepiorka), Evolution & Human Behavior (Impact Factor: 3.383), 34, 139-145, 2013, [link] [WP].
The Effectiveness of Inputs in Primary Education: Insights from Recent Student Surveys for Sub-Saharan Africa (with Katharina Michaelowa and Annika Wechtler), Journal of Development Studies, 45, 1545-1578, 2009, [link].
Education Marginalization in Sub-Saharan Africa (with Katharina Michaelowa), background paper for the 2010 UNESCO EFA Global Monitoring Report, 2009, [link].
Schule in Afrika, VDM, 2008.
University of Konstanz