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 studied the intersection of personality traits and incentive schemes on work productivity of German adolescents in a large-scale lab-in-the-field experiment in German schools. He received his PhD degree in December 2021 and is continuing his scientific career as a postdoc at our institute.