We congratulate ECONtribute for being honored with the “Jenny Gusyk Award 2019” for their equal opportunity strategy! The award was presented during a ceremony at the University of Cologne to Prof. Matthias Heinz, ECONtribute’s representative of equal opportunity. The selection committee was particularly impressed by ECONtribute’s excellent strategy to hire more female researchers and by the outstanding visitor programs. Matthias Heinz is a member of Matthias Sutter's research group.

Jenny Gusyk Award for ECONtribute's equal opportunity strategy

We congratulate ECONtribute for being honored with the “Jenny Gusyk Award 2019” for their equal opportunity strategy! The award was presented during a ceremony at the University of Cologne to Prof. Matthias Heinz, ECONtribute’s representative of equal opportunity. The selection committee was particularly impressed by ECONtribute’s excellent strategy to hire more female researchers and by the outstanding visitor programs. Matthias Heinz is a member of Matthias Sutter's research group.
Former senior research fellow and now Professor of Economics Isabel Schnabel has been nominated by Germany to become a member of the European Central Bank's executive board. The Institute proudly congratulates!

Isabel Schnabel nominated to become a member of the
European Central Bank’s executive board

Former senior research fellow and now Professor of Economics Isabel Schnabel has been nominated by Germany to become a member of the European Central Bank's executive board. The Institute proudly congratulates!
The newly founded Institute for Ethics in Artificial Intelligence at the Technical University Munich awarded Anna Baumert a 3-year grant for the interdisciplinary project "Personalized AI-based Interventions Against Online Norm Violations: Behavioral Effects and Ethical Implications“.

Anna Baumert and Julia Sasse receive grant for interdisciplinary research on ethics in artificial intelligence

The newly founded Institute for Ethics in Artificial Intelligence at the Technical University Munich awarded Anna Baumert a 3-year grant for the interdisciplinary project "Personalized AI-based Interventions Against Online Norm Violations: Behavioral Effects and Ethical Implications“.
Zwetelina Iliewa and her colleagues examine the stock market expectations of financial professionals. The result: Experts' expectations about future stock market returns are driven by their personal experiences instead of objective financial information.

NZZ news article about a research project of Zwetelina Iliewa and her colleagues: "Wenn das Bauchgefühl Rendite kostet"

Zwetelina Iliewa and her colleagues examine the stock market expectations of financial professionals. The result: Experts' expectations about future stock market returns are driven by their personal experiences instead of objective financial information.
Why high school is tough in social network theory  The social networks one belongs to in a classroom can have a bearing on the people’s beliefs.

Shambhavi Priyam wins second prize at Science Slam finals in Cologne

Why high school is tough in social network theory 
The social networks one belongs to in a classroom can have a bearing on the people’s beliefs.

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Recent Articles

Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 2019, 85, article no. 103842

Goerg, Sebastian; Kube, Sebastian; Radbruch, Jonas
Management Science, 2019, 65(9), pp. 4063-4078.

Boosey, Luke; Brookins, Philip; Ryvkin, Dmitry
Information disclosure in contests with endogenous entry: An experiment
Management Science, forthcoming.

Recent Discussion Papers

Hellwig, Martin
Incomplete-Information Games in Large Populations with Anonymity

Hellwig, Martin
Banks, Politics and European Monetary Union

Andreozzi, Luciano; Ploner, Matteo; Saral, Ali Seyhun
The Stability of Conditional Cooperation: Egoism Trumps Reciprocity in Social Dilemmas

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