Universitair Hoofddocent, Behavioural and Experimental Economics/Finance
Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen
Nijmegen School of Management
Institute for Management Research
- Behavioral Economics
- Integrated Decision Making
- Experimental Economics
- Behavioral Finance
- Decision making for others
I am a multidisciplinary researcher mainly considering research in the area of behavioral economics/finance using experiments. The current pandemic teaches us the hard way how fragile our systems are. Therefore, it creates opportunities to test and implement new sustainable structures but only if we tackle the problems with innovative and out of the box ideas rather than with old thinking and pure adjustments of existing systems. One example might be a reconsideration of Universal Basic Income.
Voorbeeld van relevante publicatie
Füllbrunn, S., & Luhan, W. J. (2019). Responsibility and limited liability in decision making for others–An experimental consideration. Journal of Economic Psychology, 102186.
Limited Liability, Moral Hazard and Risk Taking – A Safety Net Game Experiment, Economic Inquiry 51 (2), pp 1389-1403. (2013, with Tibor Neugebauer) [https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1465-7295.2012.00464.x]
Chapter 7 – Experimental Economics: A Test-Bed for the Unconditional Basic Income? In Delsen, L. Empirical Research on an Unconditional Basic Income in Europe (pp. 171-199). Springer, Cham, (2019), with Lei Delsen and Jana Vyrastekova
Janssen, D. J., Füllbrunn, S., & Weitzel, U. (2019). Individual speculative behavior and overpricing in experimental asset markets. Experimental Economics, 22(3), 653-675.