IPP Events

Upcoming Events

October 23rd 2017: MABELLA - Mainz Behavioral and Experimental Laboratory Opening

Please join us for the opening of the Mainz Behavioral and Experimental Laboratory (MABELLA). Keynote speaker is Prof. Dr. Axel Ockenfels, Director of the Cologne Laboratory of Economic Research, one of the most influential economists in behavioral and design economics and receiver of the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize of the German Research Foundation.

The event will take place in Forum 6 - 2. Floor at 2 pm.

Past Events

Prof. David C. Funder (UC Riverside) provided an overview of more than 30 years of his research on accuracy in personality judgment, describing how it evolved over time and the conclusions he has reached.
This event took place at Binger Str. 14-16, 1. Stock, Raum 01-231

June 22nd 2017: IPP Lecture with Katrin Scharfenkamp from the University of Tübingen

Dr. Katrin Scharfenkamp, University of Tübingen, gave a lecture on “Women on Boards, Attendance Rates and Firm Performance: Results from a Mixed-Methods Study”. The talk took place in the "RW6" (ReWi I building).


June 19th 2017: IPP Lecture with Heiner Schuhmacher from the KU Leuven

Prof.  Heiner Schuhmacher, KU Leuven, gave a lecture on “You are fired! Employees' Response to Unfair Employer Behavior”.  The talk took place in the "RW6" (ReWi I building).


June 16th 2017: IPP Lecture with Steffen Altmann from the University of Copenhagen

Prof. Steffen Altmann, University of Copenhagen, gave a lecture on “Deadlines and Cognitive Limitations”.  The talk took place in the "RW6" (ReWi I building).


May 22th 2017: IPP Seminar with Martin Karlsson from the University of Duisburg-Essen

Martin Karlsson the University of Duisburg-Essen has been invited to give a talk on "Premium Refunds and Claiming Behaviour in the German Private Health Insurance Market" at the faculty seminar, 4:15 - 5:45 pm. Location of the talk: "Dekanatssaal" (ReWi I building, 03-150).


January 30th 2017: Faculty Seminar with Hessel Oosterbeek from the University of Amsterdam

Hessel Oosterbeek from the University of Amsterdam has been invited to give a talk at the faculty seminar, 4:15 - 5:45 pm. Location of the talk: "Dekanatssaal" (ReWi I building, 03-150).


December 19th 2016: Faculty Seminar with Petra Moser from NYU Stern

Petra Moser, NYU Stern, will give a talk on „Effects of Copyrights on Science: Evidence from the 1942 Book Republication Program“ at the Faculty Seminar, 4:15 - 5:45 pm. Location of the talk: "Dekanatssaal" (ReWi I building, 03-150).


December 14th 2016: IPP Seminar with Laura Seelkopf, PhD from the University of Bremen / European Union Institute Florence

Laura Seelkopf PhD from the University of Bremen / European Union Institute Florence has been invited by Claudia Landwehr to give a talk on "Ungleichheit und Umverteilung: Die aktuelle Situation in der OECD und die Lage im Rest der Welt". You can find the abstract here. The talk will take place on Wednesday, December 14 from 18:00-19:30 in GFG 01-731.


December 12th 2016: Faculty Seminar with Rosario Crino from the Catholic University of Milan

Rosario Crino from the Catholic University of Milan has been invited by Philipp Harms to give a talk on "The Hidden Cost of Globalization: Import Competition and Mental Distress" at the faculty seminar, 4:15 - 5:45 pm. Location of the talk: "Dekanatssaal" (ReWi I building, 03-150).


November 28th 2016: Faculty Seminar with Monique de Haan from the University of Oslo

Monique de Haan from the University of Oslo has been invited to give a talk on "Head Start and the distribution of long term education and labor market outcomes (joint work with Edwin Leuven)" at the faculty seminar, 4:15 - 5:45 pm. Location of the talk: "Dekanatssaal" (ReWi I building, 03-150).


November 18th - 19th 2016: IPP Retreat at Schloss Sörgenloch

On the 18/19th of November 2016, members of the IPP were invited for the fourth consecutive retreat in the castle Sörgenloch near Mainz. The main purpose of the retreat was once again to foster the exchange of research ideas and collaboration. Presentations of successful IPP projects by young researchers as well as discussions about future large scale cooperation were held.

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November 7th 2016: Faculty Seminar with Daniel Kaufmann from the ETH Zurich

Daniel Kaufmann from the ETH Zurich has been invited to give a talk on "Is Deflation Costly After All? Evidence from Noisy Historical Data" at the faculty seminar, 4:15 - 5:45 pm. Location of the talk: "Dekanatssaal" (ReWi I building, 03-150).


July 21st 2016: Ananish Chaudhuri from the University of Auckland 

Ananish Chaudhuri from the University of Auckland has been invited to give a talk on „Belief heterogeneity among conditional cooperators and the decay in contributions in linear public goods games: experimental evidence”from 11:00 - 12:00 pm. Location: "Softwarelabor" (“Altes ReWi”, Room 01-115).


June 27th 2016: Faculty Seminar with Kaisa Herne from the University of Tampere

Kaisa Herne form the University of Tampere was invited by Claudia Landwehr to give a talk on "Rules to Select Rules Matter: An Experimental Analysis of Voting Rule Selection" at the faculty seminar.

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Kaisa Herne's work focuses on justice, reciprocity and deliberative democracy as well as experimental political science. Her paper is available from Claudia Landwehr upon request.

The IPP Seminar took place from 6:00-7:30 pm in the "Dekanatssaal" (ReWi I building, 03-150).

 

 


June 20th 2016: Faculty Seminar with Sebastian Vollmer from the University of Göttingen

Sebastian Vollmer from the University of Göttingen has been invited by Reyn Van Ewijk to give a talk on „Socioeconomic Determinants of Childhood Undernutrition in Low- and Middle-Income Countries” at the faculty seminar, 6:00 - 7:30 pm. Location of the talk: HS VII (00 424) ReWi Container.

For more information on Sebastian Vollmer`s research please see:

http://www.uni-goettingen.de/en/64100.html


May 30th 2016: Faculty Seminar with Petter Lundborg from Lund University

Petter Lundborg from Lund University in Sweden gave a talk on "Brothers in Arms: Spillover Effects from a Draft Lottery" at the faculty seminar, 6:00 - 7:30 pm. Location of the talk: "Dekanatssaal" (ReWi I building, 03-150)Petter Lundborg, professor i nationalekonomi vid Lunds universitet.

Petter Lundborg obtained his PhD in Economics at Lund University in 2003. Before starting his current Position as Professor of Economics he worked as an Assistant Professor at the VU University Amsterdam.

The abstract to the presentation can be found here.

 


May 2nd 2016: Faculty Seminar with Jeannette Brosig-Koch from the University of Duisburg-Essen

Jeannette Brosig-Koch from the University of Duisburg-Essen has been invited to give a talk on "Physician performance pay: Evidence from a laboratory experiment" at the faculty seminar, 6:00 - 7:30 pmcsm_Koch_13-023_N_01_54e4cdbd7f. Location of the talk: "Dekanatssaal" (ReWi I building, 03-150).

Jeannette Brosig-Koch obtained her PhD in Economics at the University of Magdeburg in 2003. Before starting her current position as Professor at the University of Duisburg-Essen in 2008, she worked as Professor at the University of Cologne and as Assistant Professor at the University of Magdeburg. Her fields of research are Experimental Health Economics, Market, Auction and Contract Design and Game Theory.


May 9th 2016: IPP Seminar with Markus Tepe from the University Oldenburg

Markus Tepe will give a talk (“Werkstattgespräch”) on experimental methods in political science, inviting participants to discuss the potentials, limits and challenges of lab experiments. The talk will take place from 10-12 am in the FB 02 Dekanatssaal (Georg Forster 022_tepe-markus-01-11Gebäude, top floor). After the talk, there will be the opportunity for informal exchange over lunch. Please register with Simone Ndongala (ndongala@politik.uni-mainz.de) if you want to come along for lunch.

Markus Tepe is Full Professor of Political Science / Political System of Germany at the Social Science Department at the University of Oldenburg. He holds a Dr. rer. pol. from the Freie Universität (FU) Berlin and an MA in Political Science, Public Law and Economic Policy from the University of Münster. His research is focused on political decision making in comparative public policies, political sociology and social science research methods.

 


March 9th 2016: IPP Seminar on the FDI-growth relationship with Chris Muris, Simon Fraser University

Chris Muris from the Simon Fraser University has been invited by Konstantin Wacker to give a talk at the IPP seminar which will take place in room "Softwarelabor" (“Altes ReWi”, room 01-115) from 12:00pm-13:00pm.

The topic of the talk will be "How homogeneous is the FDI-growth relationship? A cluster estimation approach to parameter heterogeneity."

Chris Muris is an Assistant Professor at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver. His work has been published, inter alia, in Econometric Theory and the Journal of the American Statistical Association.


 

March 7th-8th 2016: Workshop on Experimental Research Methods

csm_eisenkopf8378-1_5c50baf69bProf. Dr. Gerald Eisenkopf will give a two day workshop on experimental research methods in Mainz.

The course is primarily for doctoral and post-doctoral students and will cover the topics of programming with zTree, experimental implementation and hints on how to deal with experiment participants.

The deadline for registration for the course is the 21.02.2016. Please register by sending a mail with your name and affiliation to ipp-mainz@uni-mainz.de.


February 29th 2016: IPP Seminar on Multiple Statistical Decision Problems with Thorsten Dickhaus, University of Bremen

Thorsten Dickhaus from the University of Bremen has been invited to give a talk at the IPP seminar which will take place in room "Softwarelabor" (“Altes ReWi”, room 01-115) from 11:00am-12:30pm.

YamThorsten Dickhaus obtained his Natural Sciences (Mathematics) PhD at the Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf in 2008. Before starting his current position as a Full Professor of Mathematical Statistics at the University of Bremen, he was a Stand-in Professor for Applied Statistics at Clausthal University of Technology and later held a Junior Professor position at the Department of Mathematics at the Humboldt-University Berlin.

Thorsten Dickhaus’s talk is titled, Multiple Statistical Decision Problems: An Overview with Emphasis on Multiple Tests. He will talk about problems of simultaneous statistical inference. An overview of multiple statistical decision problems, classical as well as recent solutions which account for the intrinsic dependencies and the amount of signals in the data will be presented. Special attention is given to multiple testing and control of the false discovery rate.


February 11th - 12th 2016: Workshop on Improving "Soft" Skills.

John Carlis from the University of Minnesota held a workshop which consisted of two parts:

  1. Writing (and Coaching) a One-Draft Thesis/Proposal/Paper
  2. Giving a Good Talk, a Necessary Skill

 

He wrote: "Why should you care about this workshop? Well, your career depends on your ability to communicate or lack of it. Technical knowledge is necessary but not sufficient. So, you need these skills and the confidence that goes with having them. Why listen to me? Well, I've helped lots of people improve (from all over the world – there is no writing or talking gene), so this advice has been vetted. I will be available for several days, so make use of me."

Participation was free of charge for PhD students and postdocs of IPP.

Find more information here: Content of the Workshop, Preparation for the Workshop

 


January 11th 2016: Faculty Seminar with Erik Sorensen from the NHH Norwegian School of Economics

Erik Sorensen from the NHH Norwegian School of Economics has been invited by Prof. Daniel Schunk to give a talk at the faculty seminar, 6:00 - 7:30 pm. The talk will take place in the “Dekanatsaal” (ReWi I Building). The topic is "Choice and personal responsibility: What is a morally relevant choice?"Erikb[1]

Before starting his current position as a Professor at the NHH Norwegian School of Economics and part-time Professor at the University of Oslo, Erik Sorensen was a Junior-Professor at the University of Mannheim and did his post-doc at the VU University Amsterdam. He is a member of The Choice Lab and Center for Empirical Labor Economics at the NHH Norwegian School of Economics.


December 14th 2015: Faculty Seminar with Hans van Kippersluis, Erasmus University Rotterdam

Hans van Kippersluis from the Erasmus University Rotterdam has been invited by Professor Reyn Van Ewijk to give a talk at the faculty seminar, 6:00 - 7:30 pm. The talk takes place in room "Dekanatssaal" (ReWi I building, 03-150).

Hans van Kippersluis obtained his PhD in Health Economics at the Erasmus University Rotterdam in 2010. Before starting his current position as Associate Professor of Health Economics he worked as Assistant Professor in Rotterdam. He is also Research Associate at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and Research Fellow at the Center for Social and Economic Research (CESR) at the University of Southern California, at the Tinbergen Institute and at Netspar. His active research  connects the fields of health economics and economics of education.


November 26th and 27th: Research Retreat

On the 26/27th of November 2015, all members of the IPP were invited for a two day retreat in the castle Sörgenloch near Mainz. The main purpose of the retreat was to foster the exchange of research ideas and collaboration. Presentations of successful IPP projects  as well as discussions about future large scale cooperation were held.

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November 19-20th 2015: Workshop Socioeconomic and Political (In)equality

with Philipp Harms, Claudia Landwehr und Nils Steiner.


November 18th 2015: Lecture with Florian Rupp from the German University of Technology in Oman

Prof. Dr. Florian Rupp from the German University of Technology in Oman (GUtech) has been invited by Dr. Martin Leroch to give a talk on "Towards modeling and simulating changes in societies". The talk will take place from 12 - 1:30 p.m.
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His research areas include dynamical systems and their stability/bifurcations, Hamiltonian systems, molecular dynamics, applications and mathematical modelling in Chemistry, Biology, Engineering and in particular Social Sciences, as well as the simulation of PDEs with stochastic forcing or controls. Time slots will be available for individual meetings and conversations with Prof. Dr. Florian Rupp after the lecture. Location: HS VII (00 424) Container.


 

November 16th 2015: Workshop on Foreign Direct Investment and Multinational Corporations

On the 16th of November 2015, the Chair of International Economics and the Department of Political Science at the University of Mainz will host a workshop on FDI and Multinational Corporations. Keynote speaker is Prof. Ron Davies from the University College Dublin. Students interested in the area and scholars from related disciplines are highly welcome to attend. Please send a short registration e-mail to kwacker@uni-mainz.de by November, 11. Location: ReWi I 03-150 (“Dekanatssaal”).

More information and a workshop schedule are available here


November 2nd 2015: Faculty Seminar with Michel Maréchal from the University of Zurich

Michel Maréchal from the University of Zurich has been invited by Prof. Daniel Schunk to give a talk on „Civic Honesty Across the Globe“ at the faculty seminar. The talk will be from 6 - 7.30 p.m. and takes place in the “Dekanatsaal” (ReWi I Building, 03-150).

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Michel Maréchal obtained his PhD in Economics and Finance from the University of St. Gallen in 2007. He currently holds a position as Associate Professor of Experimental Economics at the University of Zurich.

His research is interdisciplinary and crosses the boundaries of economics to social psychology, finance, political science, criminology, and biology. He uses field and lab experimental methods, and his current research projects cover topics like honesty, employee motivation, business culture and unethical behavior, as well as context-dependence in economic preferences.


 

September 22nd to 24th 2015: Summer School and Research Workshop "Self-regulation and Economics of Education"

On 23 September 2015, the research priority program Interdisciplinary Public Policy (IPP) and the Chair of Public Economics (Prof. Daniel Schunk) at the University of Mainz host an international research conference in Economics of Education. Keynote speakers are Eric Bettinger (Stanford University), Helena Skyt Nielsen (Aarhus University) and Alexander Koch (Aarhus University). The workshop is embedded in a summer school with international participants, taking place from 22 to 24 September.
More information can be found here.

 

August 25th 2015: Press Release - Elementary School E-Learning ProjectHow does the use of e-learning technologies influence the performance and motivation of elementary school students? The field research project led by Professors of Economics and Information Systems from the Department of Law, Management and Economics at the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz focused on the above question. For further information, please click Pressemeldung_IPP_LSSchunk_LSRothlauf_Wiwi.

 

July 20th 2015: Research Workshop on Experimental Research in Accounting, Auditing and Corporate Governance

The Department of Corporate Governance would like to announce a Research Workshop on Experimental Research in Accounting, Auditing and Corporate Governance. Guest speakers and participants from the Georgia Institute of Technology and Duisburg Essen University will attend. The workshop will take place on July 20th, 2015 at the Johannes Gutenberg University (Dekanatssaal).

July 20th 2015 – 6:00-7:30 pm: Faculty Seminar with Florian Zimmermann, University of Zurich

Florian Zimmermann from the University of Zurich has been invited by Professor Daniel Schunk to give a talk at the faculty seminar. The talk takes place in room HS VII (00 424) (ReWi Container building). The working paper on which this talk will be based is "Learning about Job Search: A Field Experiment with Job Seekers in Germany".

Florian Zimmermann obtained his PhD in Economics at Bonn Graduate School of Economics in 2013 with a visiting stay at the University of California in 2011. Thereafter he started his current position as postdoctoral researcher at the University of Zurich. He is also research associate at CESifo and Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA). His active research focus connects the fields of behavioral economics, experimental economics and applied microeconomics.

 

June 17th 2015 – 10:15-11:45 am: Philipp Harms: Thomas Piketty‘s "Capital in the Twenty-First Century": Contents and Discussion

In the course on "Politisches Denken über Staat und Markt" by Prof. Claudia Landwehr Prof. Philipp Harm will hold a presentation and discussion on the recent book by Thomas Piketty. The event will be held in English and takes place in Room N1 ("Muschel", Johann-Joachim-Becher-
Weg 21). All MIEPP students are wellcome to attend. Further information

 

January 19th 2015 - 6:00-7:30 pm: Faculty Seminar with Claudia Archetti, University of Brescia

Stefan Irnich invited Claudia Archetti from the University of Brescia to give a talk at the faculty seminar. The topic will be announced soon. The talk takes place in room RW 2 (ReWi I building).

Dr. Claudia Archetti: Claudia Archetti obtained her PhD in Economics at the University of Bergamo. Since 2005 she is researcher in Operations Research at the Department of Economics and Management of the University of Brescia. In 2013 she obtained the tenure as associate professor in Operations Research. Claudia Archettis research activities focused on supply chain management and routing problems.


 

December 9th 2014 - 12-4 pm: VOICE YOURSELF, Workshop for Women in the Master Program MIEPP

Are you presenting your ideas and your work as effectively as possible?

Are you making the most of your voice? Are you heard?

Many women are not. And VOICE is an important part of why.

Most men are heard. VOICE is an important part of why.

The workshop will be directed by Nidia Palacios. Nidia is an Italian-Argentinian Mezzoso-prano, who has successfully performed all over the world including, Paris, St. Petersburg Tokyo, Rome, Buenos Aires and last but no least Germany. She will show how to use the voice, how to fill a stage, how to capture an audience and make them believe. She has done so hundreds of times. (see http://www.nidiapalacios.com/index.html)


 

December 8th 2014 - 6:00-7:30 pm: Faculty Seminar with Armin Schäfer, MPI Köln

Invited by Claudia Landwehr Armin Schäfer, Professor of International Comparative Political Economy at University of Osnabrück will give a talk on “The Poor Political Representation of the Working Class”. The talk takes place in room “Dekanatssaal” (ReWi I building, 03-150).

Prof. Dr. Armin Schäfer: With a M.A. in International Conflict Analysis and a Diploma in Political Science Dr. Armin Schäfer completed his Ph.D. at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies (MPIfG) in Cologne and the University Bremen. From 2006-2014, he worked as a researcher at the MPIfG and was awarded his habilitation by the University of Heidelberg in 2014. He is one of the speakers of the Political Economy Section in the German Association of Political Science (DVPW). Armin Schäfer conducts both theoretical and empirical research focusing on democracy and European integration.


November 10th 2014 - 6:00-7:30 pm: Faculty Seminar with Maros Servatka, University of Canterbury, New Zealand

During this visit in Mainz Maros Servatka will give a talk at the faculty seminar of Gutenberg School of Management and Economics. The topic of the lecture is "A behavioral approach to the theory of the firm". The talk takes place in room "Dekanatssaal" (ReWi I building, 03-150). The two papers that the lecture is based on are Investment in Outside Options as Opportunistic Behavior: An Experimental Investigation and Does Group Identity Prevent Inefficient Investment in Outside Options? An Experimental Investigation.

Dr. Maros Servatka: After Maros Servatka completed his M.A. and his Ph.D. in Economics at the University of Arizona he was a visiting scholar at the universities of Chicago, Mannheim and Sydney. Since 2007 he was first a lecturer and now an associated professor at the Department of Economics and Finance of the University of Canterbury. During this period he also was visiting professor at the University of Economics in Bratislava. In 2012 he founded the New Zealand Experimental Economics Laboratory. Since 2013 he works as member of the editorial of the Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics. Professor Servatkas research focuses are experimental economics, behavioral economics und social psychology. With his interdisciplinary approaches and his experience in building up an experimental laboratory he will enrich the IPP-community.


October 9th-10th 2014: Retreat October 2014.

On 9/10th October 2014, members of the IPP-group met for a two-day retreat in Ingelheim. The main purpose of this retreat was the exchange of research ideas between the different members of IPP. Several research presentations on topics ranging from neurobiology to international economics and political science as well as many engaging discussions on how to proceed in the research cooperations took place.


October 9th 2014: Mainz Workshop in Labour Economics: Labour Market Policy.

The workshop intends to provide a platform for the discussion of new ideas in the structural evaluation of labour market policies. Particular attention will be given to modeling labour market policies in presence of search-and-matching frictions and information asymmetries. Submission of theoretical and empirical papers is equally encouraged. Keynote speech of the workshop will be delivered by Prof. Pierre Cahuc (Ecole Polytechnique, Paris). Further information can be found here:

http://sam.univ-lemans.fr/

http://www.macro.economics.uni-mainz.de/874.php


September 30th - October 2nd 2014: A Workshop on Improving "Soft" Skills.

John Carlis from the University of Minnesota offers a workshop consisting of two parts:

  1. Writing (and Coaching) a One-Draft Thesis/Proposal/Paper
  2. Giving a Good Talk, a Necessary Skill

He writes: "Why should you care about this workshop? Well, your career depends on your ability to communicate or lack of it. Technical knowledge is necessary but not sufficient. So, you need these skills and the confidence that goes with having them. Why listen to me? Well, I've helped lots of people improve (from all over the world – there is no writing or talking gene), so this advice has been vetted. I will be available for several days, so make use of me."

Participation is free of charge for PhD students and postdocs of IPP. Please register by September 19th by email to: ipp-mainz@uni-mainz.de.

Find more information here.


June 27th and 28th 2014: Symposium on the Theory and Practice of Auditing.

This symposium brings together academics, practitioners and regulators in the field of auditing. One aim of the symposium is to discuss the policy implications of current research in auditing. Prof. Gronewold (University of Potsdam), Prof. Koch (JGU Mainz), and Prof. Möller (University of Passau) are the joint organizers. A young scholar workshop precedes the symposium. The symposium takes place at Potsdam on June 27-28. Further information is available at:

http://www.cg.bwl.uni-mainz.de/symposium/


June 26th and 27th 2014: Mainz Workshop in Trade and Macroeconomics 2014.

Prof. Philipp Harms (International Economics) and Prof. Klaus Wälde (Macroeconomics) are jointly organizing the “Mainz Workshop in Trade and Macroeconomics 2014”, which will take place on the JGU campus from June 26-27, 2014. The workshop aims at stimulating the exchange of ideas in the fields of trade and open-economy macroeconomics. The keynote speech will be delivered by Fabio Ghironi (University of Washington). Further information can be found here: http://www.international.economics.uni-mainz.de/Dateien/Mainz_TradeMacro_Workshop_2014_Program_1u2(1).pdf


Mai 26th 2014: Officially started: The IPP Research Unit

The research unit IPP had its official inaugural meeting on Monday 26th of May 2014. Following a short presentation of goals and a roadmap of the IPP for the next years, the speaker, Prof. Daniel Schunk, the deputy speaker Prof. Michèle Wessa as well as the coordination committee were officially elected. After the elections, Prof. Fehr from the the University of Zurich gave a research talk on “Economic and Cultural Influences on Human Preferences”. The talk was followed by a lively discussion and the group interacted for another hour in an informal get-together. In the evening, Prof. Fehr was awarded the Gutenberg Research Award.


Mai 26th 2014 – 4pm: Talk Prof. Ernst Fehr

On the occasion of the official inaugural meeting of the University Research Priority Program ‘Interdisciplinary Public Policy’ (IPP), Professor Ernst Fehr, an internationally renowned economist from the University of Zurich, who is known not only for his contributions in economics, but also in psychology, neuroscience and evolutionary biology, will give a talk on “Economic and Cultural Influences on Human Preferences” (Großer Dekanatssaal des FB03)


November 20-21: Retreat November 2013

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On 20/21st November 2013, members of the IPP-group were meeting for a two-day retreat in Ingelheim. The main purpose of this retreat was an exchange of research ideas between the different members of IPP. We had a total of 13 research presentations on topics ranging from neurobiology to international economics and political science as well as many engaging discussions that led to the start of new interdisciplinary research cooperations.