A talk by Steffen Altmann, University of Copenhagen.
An initiative of the Political Economy Research Cluster at the Hertie School.
Steffen Altmann is Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Copenhagen. He studied Economics at the University of Mannheim and holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Bonn. Before joining the University of Copenhagen 2014, he worked as a Research Associate at IZA Bonn. His research interests include behavioral economics, labor economics, and public policy. In his research, he investigates how psychological motives and economic incentives shape workplace behavior and aggregate labor market outcomes. He is also interested in applying insights from behavioral economics to questions in public policy.
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