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Research Priorities: Behavioral Economics, Neuroeconomics, Experimental Economics, Labour Economics
Armin Falk is a German behavioural economist. His research aims on a better empirical foundation of the economic behaviour model. This is important for basic research as well as from an economic and sociopolitical point of view.
His research is highly interdisciplinary and applies insights from experimental economic research, sociopsychology, genetics and neurosciences. His methods focus on field and laboratory experiments, complemented by mathematical models, methods of character genetics and functional magnetic resonance tomography.
Another research focus is the analysis of representative questionnaire data. Falk investigates economical preferences as well as psychological aspects of the labour market.
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