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In the following semester (SS 2022), the chair of economic theory will continue to offer seminars in experimental and behavioural economics. The general topic will be: Economic Development and Field Experiments. Please click on the following links for organisational details and the topic list — Note...

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In the winter term of 2021/22, the Chair of Economic Theory will continue to offer the seminar on Behavioural Economics. This time, the general topic is related to political behaviours such as voting. We believe this is a timely topic as the 2021 Germany general election is approaching. We have upda...

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Dr. Harry van der Weijde receives prestigious Humboldt Fellowship for experienced researchers from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation The scholarship enables Dr. van der Weijde, University of Edinburgh, to spend a research stay at WiSo, where he will work on the analysis of risks in consumer-...

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Dear students, In light of the current developments in the context of the corona pandemic, we would like to point out that our team is going to work from home until further notice. We ask for your understanding. This measure serves the health of all of us. We are of course still available for you...

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In the joint project "EOM-Plus", a team led by Prof. Veronika Grimm and Dr. Jonas Egerer with colleagues from TH Ingolstadt and the Stiftung Umweltenergierecht (Würzburg) will research the short- and medium-term effects of market-based bottleneck instruments as a regional and temporary supplement to...

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Prof. Dr. Veronika Grimm, Chair of Economic Theory, was elected to the DFG review board “Wirtschaftstheorie” (Economic Theory). The results of the national elections to the DFG review boards are publicly available since November 22nd, 2019. In total 15 FAU researchers were elected to the review boa...

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Please notice that the organizational meeting including topic selection will be on Monday 29 April 2019 at 3pm in room LG 5.452. Students who are interested in taking part in the seminar are asked to register for this meeting via email to Michael Seebauer (michael.seebauer[at]fau.de) until 26 April...