Short Curriculum Vitae

Employment
Since 07/2016 Professor of Empirical Business Research,
Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien, Department of Strategy and Innovation, Institute for Markets and Strategy
Visting Professorial Fellow, University of New South Wales, School of Economics
01/2015 - 06/2016 Associate Professor, University of New South Wales, School of Economics
07/2012 - 12/2014 Senior Lecturer, University of New South Wales, School of Economics
09/2008 - 06/2012 Lecturer, University of New South Wales, School of Economics
08/2006 - 08/2008 CLER Research Fellow, Harvard Business School
08/2003 - 07/2006 Research Associate (Ph.D. student) at the Department for Economics and Social Sciences at the University of Cologne.
03/2002 - 07/2003 Research Fellow (Ph.D. student), Max Planck Institute of Economics, Strategic Interaction Group, Jena, Germany.
Education
2006 Dr. rer. pol. (Ph.D.) in Economics (s.c.l.), University of Cologne
10/1996 - 03/2002 Philosophy/Cultural Sciences, Humboldt-University Berlin
10/1995 - 03/2002 Business Administration, Humboldt-University Berlin, 2002 degree as Diplom-Kaufmann

Research topics

Current working papers

Refereed journal articles  
 Books & chapters in books
  • 18Grundfragen der Plattformökonomie – Wie man Vertrauen designt. In: Uwe Blaurock, Martin Schmidt-Kessel and Katharina Erler (eds.): Plattformen - Geschäftsmodell und Verträge, Schriften der Ernst von Caemmerer Stiftung vol. 10, Nomos, 2018, ISBN 978-3-8487-5057-3 (with Timm Teubner and Christof Weinhardt). [Link to publisher]
  • 19Challenges for Market and Institutional Design when Countering Exploitation Strategies. In: L-A. Giraldeau, P. Heeb, and M. Kosfeld (eds.): Investors and Exploiters in Ecology and Economics: Principles and Applications. Strüngmann Forum Reports, vol. 21 (J. Lupp, series editor), MIT Press, 2017, 171-187 (with Gigi Foster and Paul Frijters).
  • 20Exploitative Strategies: Consequences for Individual Behavior, Social Structure, and Design of Institutions. In: L-A. Giraldeau, P. Heeb, and M. Kosfeld (eds.): Investors and Exploiters in Ecology and Economics: Principles and Applications. Strüngmann Forum Reports, vol. 21 (J. Lupp, series editor), MIT Press, 2017, 205-214 (with A. J. King, M. Kosfeld, S. R. X. Dall, T. Kameda, K. Khalmetski, W. Leininger, C. Wedekind, and B. Winterhalder).
  • 21The 1-800 critique, counter-examples, and the future of behavioral economics. In: G. Frechette and A. Schotter (eds.): The Methods of Modern Experimental Economics, Oxford University Press, 2015, 151-165 (with Ido Erev). [Article]
  • 22Internet Auctions. In: M. Peitz and J. Waldfogel (eds), The Oxford Handbook of the Digital Economy, Oxford University Press, 2012, pp. 306-342 (with Axel Ockenfels and Karim Sadrieh).
  • 23Learning to Bid in Markets with Reputation Information. In: W. Franz, H. J. Ramser, and M. Stadler (eds.): Experimental Economics, Wirtschaftswissenschaftliches Seminar Ottobeuren, Vol 38, Mohr Siebeck, Tübingen, 2009 (with Felix Lamouroux and Axel Ockenfels).
 
  • 24Experimental Studies on Solidarity. Logos Verlag, Berlin, Germany. ISBN 3-8325-1337-X. 2006. [Link to publisher]
  • 25An Online Recruitment System for Economic Experiments. In: Kurt Kremer, Volker Macho (Hrsg.): Forschung und wissenschaftliches Rechnen. GWDG Bericht 63. Ges. für Wiss. Datenverarbeitung, Göttingen, 2004, 79-93. [Article]
  • 26The Virtual Laboratory Infrastructure for Controlled Online Economic Experiments. In: Kurt Kremer, Volker Macho (Hrsg.): Forschung und wissenschaftliches Rechnen. GWDG Bericht 62, 59-73. Ges. für Wiss. Datenverarbeitung, Göttingen, 2002 (with H.-Arno Jacobsen and Carsten Schmidt). [Article]
   

Teaching

Current term WiSe 2018/2019
  • Bachelor - SBWL Strategy and Data - Strategy II
  • WU Bachelor - SBWL Strategy and Data - Project course
  • WU SIMC Master - Thesis Seminar
  • WU PhD - Dokoratskurs Markets and Strategy



Previously
  • WU Bachelor - SBWL Strategy and Data - Strategy I
  • WU Bachelor - SBWL Strategy and Data - Project course
  • WU SIMC Master - Managerial Economics
  • WU SIMC Master - Thesis Seminar
  • WU PhD - Experimental Methods in Business and Economics
  • WU PhD - Dokoratskurs Markets and Strategy
  • UNSW Master - Economics of Strategy
  • UNSW Bachelor - Principles of Experimental and Behavioural Economics
  • UNSW PhD - Advanced Experimental and Behavioural Economics
  • UNSW PhD - Policy Evaluation Methods

ORSEE

Online Recruitment System for Economic Experiments

www.orsee.org

ORSEE is a web-based Online Recruitment System, specifically designed for organizing economic experiments. It's key features include support for multiple experimenters/laboratories/subjectpools/experiment classes/languages, attribute query selection, random recruitment, public and internal experiment calendar, reputation system, automated mailing, pdf output, experimenter rights management, etc. The aims of ORSEE are to simplify the organization of economic laboratory experiments, to standardize the procedures of experiment organization, to depersonalize the experimenter-subject interaction, and to provide information and statistics about the subject pool. ORSEE is for free, it is published under a proprietary open source license.

Talks and Seminars

2002: MPI Econ Jena, Strasbourg (ESA conf), U Halle Wittenberg (GEW conf); 2003: Humboldt-U Berlin, MPI Econ Jena, U Erfurt (ESA conf); 2004: Amsterdam (ESA conf), U Cologne; 2005: U Cologne (GEW conf), McGill U/Cirano MontrÈal (ESA conf); 2006: Harvard U Econ, HBS NOM, U Magdeburg (GEW conf); 2007: Harvard U Econ, HBS, Penn State U, U Arizona Tucson (ESA conf); 2008: 2 x ANU Canberra (RSSS, Econ & Democracy conf), Royal Holloway U London, U Copenhagen, UC Santa Barbara, U Lausanne, 2x UNSW, U Sydney; 2009: BCG Sydney, HU Berlin, U Arizona (ESA conf), U Canterbury (4. AWEE), U Cologne, U Melbourne; 2010: U Arizona (ESA conf), U Copenhagen (ESA conf), Queensland UT, U Sydney, U Tilburg; 2011: ANU, Deakin U, Monash U (2x: Uni + ANZWEE 2011), U Arizona (ESA conf), U Chicago (ESA conf), U Cologne, U Nottingham Malaysia Campus (APESA conf), UNSW, U South Australia, U Technology Sydney, Xiamen Univewrsity (APESA conf); 2012: ETH Zurich, Humboldt U Berlin, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (GfEW conf), Queensland UT (QuBE workshop), Stockholm School of Economics, U Arizona (ESA conf), U Cologne (2x: Uni + ESA conf), U Mannheim, UNSW (auctions workshop), U Paderborn, U Queensland, UT Dallas, WZB Berlin; 2013: CEU Budapest, Ben Gurion U, Humboldt U Berlin, Queensland UT (ANZWEE2013), Simon-Fraser-U Vancouver, Stanford U, U Auckland, UC Santa Cruz (ESA conf), U Cologne, UNSW, U Sydney, U Zurich (ESA conf); 2014: Florida State U (ESA conf); U Auckland (APESA conf), U Melbourne, UNSW (ASBLab mini conference), U Sydney, UT Dallas (workshop), UTS Sydney, WU Wien; 2015: Berlin Behavioral Economics Seminar (WZB Berlin), Heidelberg U (ESA conf), Hamburg U (GfEW conference), LMU München, UNSW (CEPAR workshop), UT Sydney (ESA conf); 2016: AEA Meetings San Francisco, U Amsterdam, U Arizona (ESA conf.), U Cologne (Design & Behavior wokshop, health econ workshop), U Sydney; 2017: Masaryk U, U Adelaide, U Alicante, U Bayreuth, U Linz, UNSW, U Vienna; 2018: Bilkent U, Masaryk U, U Innsbruck, U Ulm, ... invite me! ;-) .

Conference and workshop organization

  • 2018 Workshop Cooperation for Exploitation, WU Vienna
  • 2017 European Meeting of the Economic Science Association (ESA), WU Vienna
  • 2017 Austrian Experimental Economics Workshop, WU Vienna (with Rupert Sausgruber)
  • 2012 Auctions workshop at UNSW Sydney (with Paul Pezanis-Christou)
  • 2010 Australia New Zealand Workshop in Experimental Economics (ANZWEE), UNSW Sydney (with Andreas Ortmann)

Consulting

Austrian Department for Women, Family, and Youth
eBay International
RWE Energy
Australian Department of Climate Change

Co-authors

Attila Ambrus, Duke University
Susanne Büchner, Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods
Regina Betz, University of New South Wales
Gary Bolton, UT Dallas
Mary Caravella, University of Connecticut
Luca Corazzini, University of Venice Ca' Foscari
Giorgio Coricelli, University of Southern California
René Cyranek, University of Munich
Isabella Dobrescu, University of New South Wales
Ido Erev, Technion
Gigi Foster, University of New South Wales
Paul Frijters, London School of Economics
Werner Güth, Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods
H.-Arno Jacobsen, University of Toronto
Felix Lamouroux, University of Cologne
Maria Vittoria Levati, Verona University
Christoph March, Technical University Munich
Alberto Motta, University of New South Wales
Axel Ockenfels, University of Cologne
Parag Pathak, MIT
Alvin Roth, Stanford University
Karim Sadrieh, University of Magdeburg
Anne Sastro, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission
Carsten Schmidt, University of Mannheim
Sascha Schweitzer, University of Bayreuth
Stefan Seifert, University of Bayreuth
Chengxiang Tang, Guangzhou University
Timm Teubner, Technical University Berlin
Christof Weinhardt, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)
Peter Werner, Maastricht University
Lyla Zhang, Macquarie University
Anthony Ziegelmeyer, Queen's University Belfast
Ro'i Zultan, Ben Gurion University