Doctoral Programme Quantitative Economics

<h5><a class="external-link" href="" target="_blank">&nbsp;Prof. Dr. Menusch Khadjavi</a></h5>

Assistant Professor of Economics and Ethics

He joined the Department of Economics in May 2014. Before his appointment in Kiel, he completed his German PhD (Dr. rer. pol.) at the University of Hamburg, with research stays at the Rady School of Management at UC San Diego and the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at UC Berkeley.

His research interests include behavioral economic modeling of pro- and anti-social preferences, the private provision of public goods, interactions of extrinsic incentives with intrinsic motivation, and the role of emotions in decision making. Menusch Khadjavi applies experimental methods in most of his work and has published articles in international peer-reviewed journals like the Journal of Law, Economics & Organization, Experimental Economics and the Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.