In this year's ranking of top economists, published by the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Matthias Sutter is in 42nd place.
Podcast with Susann Fiedler (in German)
A basic income? Some say it's a social hammock, others say it's a solution to social problems. Susann Fiedler, head of the research group "Economic Cognition", and others are conducting the first long-term study in Germany to determine what effects it would really have. In the "Ach Mensch" podcast, she debunks many a criticism as a myth.
The Max Planck Institute for the Study of Crime, Security and Law in Freiburg, and the Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods in Bonn proudly announce that, under the auspices of Max Planck Law, Professor Dan Nagin has been appointed as Fellow. Professor Nagin is one of the most visible criminologists, with a keen interest in rational choice and behavioral approaches to the understanding, and to combatting, crime. He has widely published in the top journals in criminology, sociology, economics, statistics, psychology, and law.
In our globalized world, cooperation between citizens of different countries should actually be a matter of course. But around the world, people prefer to cooperate with their own fellow citizens rather than with foreigners. This was the result of a study by an international team of researchers led by Angelo Romano and Matthias Sutter, published in Nature Communications 12, 4456.
The University of Jena awards Yoan Hermstrüwer the PhD Prize 2021 for his thesis: "Engineering Games in the Public Interest - Essays in Experimental Law and Market Design". The Institute congratulates!