Matthias Heinz receives ERC Starting grant

Prof. Dr. Matthias Heinz, part-time member of our Experimental Economics Group, has received an ERC Starting grant, i.e., one of the most prestigious and highly-endowed research grants in Europe. In his ERC project „Managing People - How Employees’ Social Preferences Shape the Returns to Management Practices” Matthias Heinz analyzes the causal effects of management practices and studies to what extent employees’ social preferences shape the returns of the considered management practices....

How can science read your mind?

How cool would it be if you could read minds? Only that's not really possible, is it? Social psychologist Rima-Maria Rahal explains how science might have a solution.

Shambhavi Priyam has successfully defended her dissertation

Shambhavi Priyam joined the MPI for Research on Collective Goods in late 2017 as a PhD student under the supervision of Prof. Matthias Sutter and Prof. Axel Ockenfels. Before coming to the MPI, she was educated at St. Xavier’s College in Mumbai and at Science Po in Paris. During her PhD-studies, she worked on projects on the formation of economic preferences in young children (in a large-scale lab-in-the-field experiment in Bangladesh) and ...

Daniel Salicath has successfully defended his dissertation

Daniel Salicath joined the MPI for Research on Collective Goods in 2017 as a PhD student under the supervision of Prof. Matthias Sutter and Prof. Bettina Rockenbach. Prior to moving to Bonn, he studied at the University of Toulouse and the University of San Francisco. In his PhD-thesis, Daniel Salicath examined the effects of an information intervention on reducing arsenic poisoning of drinking water in a randomized controlled trial in Bihar, India, and he ...

The new podcast "Exzellent erklärt" interviews Pia Pinger and Matthias Sutter: "Educational opportunities - what role the parental home plays". (in German)

57 clusters of excellence, 1 podcast. On a regular basis, "Exzellent erklärt" reports from one of the research clusters that receive funding under the Excellence Strategy of the German federal and state governments. In the current episode, part of the work of the Cluster of Excellence "ECONtribute: Markets & Public Policy" is presented.


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Recent Articles

Charness, Gary; Feri, Francesco; Meléndez-Jiménez, Miguel A.; Sutter, Matthias
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 1-45, 2021.

Terrier, Camille; Chen, Daniel L.; Sutter, Matthias
PNAS – Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 118(46): e2110891118, 2021.

How do parents perceive the returns to parenting styles and neighborhoods?
European Economic Review, forthcoming.

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Gianluca Grimalda; Fabrice Murtin; David Pipke; Louis Putterman; Matthias Sutter
The politicized pandemic: Ideological polarization and the behavioral response to COVID-19

Christoph Engel
Crime as Conditional Rule Violation

Martin F. Hellwig
Public-Good Provision with Macro Uncertainty about Preferences: Efficiency, Budget Balance, and Robustness

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