Prof. Dr. Sebastian EbertEconomic Theory I
Research and teaching at the Chair of Economic Theory I focus on the psychology of financial and other decisions under uncertainty, thereby contributing to the fields of behavioral economics, finance, and insurance.
Our work is interdisciplinary and merges insights from economics, statistics, mathematics, and psychology. Applications include negotiation methods, saving and investment strategies, and risk management tools.
Working at the Chair
If you are interested in working at our chair, as a student assistant, PhD student, or postdoc, do not hesitate to contact Ulrike Arnold for further information. Please attach your CV and, if you are interested in a student assistant or PhD student position, also provide detailed information about your grades. Note that, if your background is in a different field than economics, such as mathematics, physics, or computer science, you are also welcome to apply.
Student Research Assistants
Felix Schmücker, B.Sc.
Georg Trautmann, B.Sc.
Fan Yin, B.Sc.