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Ethnic and cultural diversity increasingly characterises the German education system and is discussed as both an enrichment and a challenge. …

If women are in a committed relationship, they move less often for their job than men and commute shorter distances. …

Tariffs on Russian energy imports could provide the EU with a lever to reduce Russia’s financial gains from its oil …

Angela Dorrough from the Social Cognition Center Cologne has won the Leo Spitzer Prize for Junior Researchers. The prize is …

The Ministry of Justice and researchers from the University of Cologne and the Cluster of Excellence ECONtribute have launched a …

The Ministry of Culture and Science of North Rhine-Westphalia is funding the joint project “Digital Innovation and Sustainable Development” by …

Axel Ockenfels will held the next session of the “Workshop of Experimental and Behavioral Economics of the Americas” (WEBEAS) on …

The PostDoc Workshop of the Social Psychology Chapter of the German Psychological Association (DGPs) provides the opportunity to present projects …

Students of psychology and neighboring disciplines (e.g., business administration, economics, social sciences) can apply by February 28, 2022 for free …

The 2022 European Economic Science Association (ESA) Conference will be held in person at the University of Bologna from August …

Matthias Sutter‘s new book “Der menschliche Faktor” has just been released. It presents 50 behavioral economics insights into what matters …

For their paper “Negativity bias, positivity bias, and valence asymmetries: Explaining the differential processing of positive and negative information”, Christian …

Matthias Heinz, Professor at the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences at the University of Cologne and spokesperson of the …

Axel Ockenfels has been elected as a new member of the German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina for the section …

C-SEB has approved 11 projects for funding in the 13th funding round. The following research projects are supported with a …

If a family member falls ill with COVID-19, this has a particularly negative effect on young people from an economically …

At the CCI kick-off-event, Prof. Axel Ockenfels will talk about fair and effective ways to shape global climate policy (German-speaking …

The American Energy Society recommends in the forefront of the COP26 Climate Change Conference in Glasgow the paper “Focusing Climate …

In the Discussion Paper Series by ECONtribute a new contribution by Peter Andre, Carlo Pizzinelli, Christopher Roth, and Johannes Wohlfart …

In the Discussion Paper Series by ECONtribute a new contribution by Felix Chopra, Ingar Haaland, and Christopher Roth was published. …

Prof. Peter Cramton belongs to the new Fellows of the renowned Econometric Society. At the University of Cologne he conducts …

Most people recognise social norms as universally valid rules and behave accordingly. These rules make sense for social coexistence, but …

In 2020 Paul R. Milgrom and Robert B. Wilson received the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for the development …

Axel Ockenfels, Department Editor at Management Science for Behavioral Economics and Market Design, is co-editing a special issue on “The …

The C-SEB economist Prof. Dr. Axel Ockenfels is one of the most influential economists in Germany. This can be seen …

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