Christoph Engel, Matthias Sutter and Pascal Langenbach publish new research videos at "Latest Thinking"

Christoph Engel, Matthias Sutter and Pascal Langenbach publish new research videos at "Latest Thinking"

Christoph Engel: "How Are a Plaintiff’s Chances Affected by the Composition of the Court?"
Matthias Sutter: "How Are Economic Preferences Formed in Early Life and Adolescence?"
Pascal Langenbach: "How Does the Computerization of Decision Making Affect Perceptions of Fairness?"

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FAZ-Article: "Fighting Covid using call centers”

FAZ-Article: "Fighting Covid using call centers”

Information provision over the phone saves lives – A randomized controlled trial to contain COVID-19 in rural Bangladesh at the pandemic’s onset.
The FAZ reports on the research findings of our behavioral economists Sebastian O. Schneider and Matthias Sutter (with their co-authors Shyamal Chowdhury and Hannah Schildberg-Hörisch).

 

Article by Matthias Sutter and his co-authors is forthcoming in the Quarterly Journal of Economics

Article by Matthias Sutter and his co-authors is forthcoming in the Quarterly Journal of Economics

In a clustered randomized controlled trial in 20 large Turkish companies and over 3,000 headquarter employees, Matthias Sutter and his co-authors Sule Alan and Gözde Corekcioglu show how workplace climate can be improved and turnover be reduced. The training intervention particularly improves the leader-subordinate relationship

President’s and General Secretary’s Visit

President’s and General Secretary’s Visit

On August 11, president elect, Prof. Patrick Cramer, and general secretary of the Max Planck Society, Dr. Simone Schwanitz, visited our institute. We feel very honored that our MPI for Research on Collective Goods was the first stop of the upcoming president’s and the general secretary’s tour to all institutes of our society. In addition to a general works meeting, the program included extensive meetings with PhD-student- and Postdoc-representatives, our head of administration, the research coordinator ...
 

“The Human in Human Rights Law”Christoph Engel held a Minerva Lecture at the MPI for Comparative Public Law and International Law

“The Human in Human Rights Law”
Christoph Engel held a Minerva Lecture at the MPI for Comparative Public Law and International Law

Surprisingly, for the most part, human rights law takes human nature for granted. Using rulings of the European Court of Human Rights from 2021 and 2022 Christoph Engel demonstrates that taking the human in human rights law seriously, i.e. adopting a behavioral perspective to the topic, is a promising enterprise.

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Recent Articles

Lucky You: Your Case is Heard by a Seasoned Panel – Panel Effects in the German Constitutional Court
Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, 19, forthcoming.

PNAS, 119(15) e2122274119, 2022

Chowdhury, Shyamal; Sutter, Matthias; Zimmermann, Klaus F.
Journal of Political Economy, fortcoming


More journal articles

Discussion Papers

Christoph Engel
Judicial Decision-Making. A Survey of the Experimental Evidence

Maj-Britt Sterba
The Fairness of Inequality Due to Risk and Effort Choices

Yoan Hermstrüwer; Pascal Langenbach
Fair Governance with Humans and Machines


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