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18.11.2019

LecturesForFuture

The initiators of Scientists4Future call for the action #LecturesForFuture on Friday,29th November 2019. We participate in the action with the following lecture: Verhaltensökonomische Grundlagen von Klimaverhandlungen This lecture is not public Prof. Dr. Michael Kosfeld Thursday, 28.11.19 8:15-10:00 HZ 2 [mehr]

05.11.2019

Study explores the trustworthiness of applicants to the German police force

Articles about the study from Michael Kosfeld, Guido Friebel and Gerd Thielmann, which appears in the  November issue of American Economic Journal: Microeconomic. Please find following the links to the articles: Why the German police deserve your trust, IZA Newsroom, 5.11.2019 Motivated to serve and protect, American Economic Association, 4.11.2019[mehr]

The Chair of Human Resource Management is looking for a student assistant

The Chair of Human Resource Management is looking for a student assistant (20-30h/per months) for the winter term 2019/20. Please find more information here. (Job description only in German available) [mehr]

07.06.2019

LecturesForFuture

The initiators of Scientists4Future call for the action #LecturesForFuture  from Friday,14th June 2019 until Thursday, 20th June 2019 We participate in the action with the following lectures: Extra Session on Climate Protection This lecture is not public Prof. Dr. Ferdinand von Siemens Friday, 14.06.19 8:15-10:00 HZ 15 The Behavioral Economics of Climate Negotiations Prof. Dr....[mehr]

22.02.2019

Digital Economics - How sciences and business work together

Michael Kosfeld and Florian Hett in an informal disucssion with Seabstian Schäfer (Executive Director of Frankfurter TechQuartiers) about Digital Economics (Video in English)

FB02 Community: Portrait Prof. Dr. Michael Kosfeld

FB02 Community: Portrait Prof. Dr. Michael Kosfeld [mehr]

Jean Tirole talk

On December 7th, the Department of Management and Microeconomics welcomes Jean Tirole (Toulouse School of Economics), Noble price winner for economics 2014. He will give a talk on Marking to Market versus Taking to Market. The lecture takes place at 12:30 o’clock in Hörsaal 7 (lecture hall).[mehr]

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