Isabel Marcin

External Contact Information
Phone: 
+49 6221 54 2955
Fax: 
+49 6221 54 3592
Institute: 
Universität Heidelberg
Department: 
Alfred-Weber-Institut
Street: 
Bergheimer Str. 58
City: 
69115 Heidelberg

Research Focus: 

Behavioral and experimental economics, Political Economy, Law & Economics

Education:

  • 2016 (expected) – PhD Economics, Max Planck Graduate School (“IMPRS Uncertainty”) and University of Jena
  • 2013 – M.Sc. Politics, Economics and Philosophy, Hamburg University
  • 2009 – Maîtrise Economics, University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
  • 2009 – B.Sc. Economics, Hamburg University

Past and Visiting Positions:

  • 2016 – Visiting PhD Student, New York University (4 months)
  • 2010-2012 – Student Research Assistant, Institute for Economic Policy and International Economics, Hamburg University
  • 2009-2010 – Carlo Schmid Fellowship and Consultancy, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, Division on Investment and Enterprise, Geneva, Switzerland
  • 2007-2008  – Undergraduate research assistant, Institute for Economic Theory and History, Hamburg University

Teaching experience:

  • Seminar Applied Microeconomics: Social Dilemmas and Institutions, University of Bonn (2015)
  • Tutorial Intermediate Microeconomics, University of Bonn (2014)
  • Tutorial Introduction to Economics, University of Hamburg (2010, 2011)
  • Tutorial Economic History and History of Economic Thought, University of Hamburg (2011, 2012)

Work in progress:

  • Do sophisticated liers hide behind truthtellers?
  • The perils of being predictable – mixed strategy with a handicap in the lab (with C. Engel)
  • The effect of endogenous information on contributions in public good games with imperfect information (with A. Schneeberger)

Publications