Georg Weizs├Ącker

Fields of research

Experimental/Behavioral Economics, Financial Decision-Making, Game Theory, Decision Theory, Applied Microeconomics

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Georg Weizsäcker received his doctoral degree at Harvard University in 2004, then worked in the Economics Departments of LSE and UCL in London, and is now Professor of Economics at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. He has been appointed to multiple offices and advisory roles in academia and policy, and has previously acted as Dean of the DIW Graduate Center and Program Director of Berlin's career development program for Post-Docs BERA - both former partnering programs of BDPEMS. Currently, Georg Weizsäcker acts as Spokesperson of the DFG-funded Collaborative Research Center TRR 190 "Rationality and Competition". His main research areas are behavioral economics and applied microeconomics.