Jun. Prof. Dr. Andreas Nicklisch

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Research Affiliate

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Phone+49 40 4283 88976
Fax+49 40 4283 86713
AddressUniversity of Hamburg
School of Business, Economics and Social Science
von-Melle-Park 5
20146 Hamburg

Research Focus

Experimental Economics, Law and Economics, Public Economics

Academic Career

  • Assistant Professor for Microeconomics, University of Hamburg, Germany, since 10/2010
  • Visiting scholar, Institute for Empirical Research in Economics, Zurich, Switzerland, 2009-2010
  • Dissertation, University of Jena, 2005, supervisor Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Werner Güth
  • Senior Research Fellow, Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods Bonn, 06/2005–09/2010
  • Visiting scholar, Max Wertheimer Minerva Center for Cognitive Research, Technion, Haifa, Israel, 2005
  • Research Associate, Max Planck Institute of Economics, Jena, Strategic Interaction Group, 2002-2005
  • Research Assistant for Public Finance and Economic Policy, University of Jena, 2000-2002
  • Diploma (Economics), University of Jena, 2002
  • Visiting student, Business Communication and Psychology, University of Queensland, Australia, 1999
  • Old Semitic Languages, University of Jena, 1997-1999
  • Economics, University of Jena, 1996-2002

Publications

Beckenkamp M., Engel C., Glöckner A., Irlenbusch B., Hennig-Schmidt H., Kube S., Kurschilgen M., Morell A., Nicklisch A., Normann H.-T., Towfigh E. V., First Impressions are More Important than Early Intervention. Qualifying Broken Windows Theory in the Lab, International Review of Law and Economics, vol. 37, pp. 126-136, 2014. Preprintapplication/pdf icon

Marcin I., Nicklisch A., Testing the Endowment Effect for Default Rules, issue 2014/01, Bonn, Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods, 2014. Abstract Full textapplication/pdf icon

Ding J., Nicklisch A., On the Impulse in Impulse Learning, issue 2013/02, Bonn, Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods, 2013. Abstract Full textapplication/pdf icon

  published in:Economics Letters, vol. 121, pp. 294-297, 2013.

Ding J., Nicklisch A., On the Impulse in Impulse Learning, Economics Letters, vol. 121, pp. 294-297, 2013. Preprintapplication/pdf icon

Fiedler S., Glöckner A., Dickert S., Nicklisch A., Social Value Orientation and information search in social dilemmas: An eye-tracking analysis, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, vol. 120, pp. 272-284, 2013.

Nicklisch A., Does collusive advertising facilitate collusive pricing? Evidence from experimental duopolies, European Journal of Law and Economics, vol. 34, pp. 515-53, 2012.

Fiedler S., Glöckner A., Nicklisch A., Sirigu A., The Influence of Social Value Orientation on Information Processing in repeated Voluntary Contribution Mechanism (VCM) Games: An Eye-tracking Analysis, Neuroscience and the Economics of Decision Making, Innocenti A., (Ed.), pp. 21-53, 2012.

Nicklisch A., Wolff I., On the nature of reciprocity: Evidence from the ultimatum reciprocity measure, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, vol. 84, pp. 892-905, 2012.

Nicklisch A., Wolf I., The cooperation norms in multiple-stage punishment, Journal of Public Economic Theory, vol. 13, no. 5, pp. 791-827, 2011.

Glöckner A., Kube S., Nicklisch A., The Joint Benefits of Observed and Unobserved Punishment: Comment to Unobserved Punishment Supports Cooperation, issue 2011/30, Bonn, Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods, 2011. Abstract Full textapplication/pdf icon

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