Interests. Decision theory, experimental economics, behavioural economics, microeconomics.
I am a senior researcher at the Vienna Center for Experimental Economics of the University of Vienna.
I am also lab manager of our lab, along with Philipp Külpmann.
I have put together a list of resources that I have found helpful when starting in academia.
If you know any other, please let me know.
The stability of norms elicited with coordination games
with Lawrence Choo and Veronika Grimm
We investigate the stability of norms elicited with the Krupka-Weber norm-elicitation task.
We define stability as norms being invariant to the experience, role, or type of subjects.
We measure social norms in a game played among two teams who have different information regarding the size of a pie to be divided.
We find that the norms are largely independent of these three aspects and conclude that social norms are indeed stable.
This result further validates the use of this norm-elicitation task to measure norms.
Incorporating social distances in economic analysis