Bio

I am an associate professor of economics at Tilburg University, primarily interested in behavioral & experimental economics, public policy & political economy, and behavioral & experimental finance.

With my research, I seek to understand how insights from behavioral economics influence behavior in questions of public policy, political economy, as well as finance and firm organization. In the past, I have predominantly used secondary data, as well as laboratory & field experiments.

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Top publications

  1. Shocking racial attitudes - Black G.I.s in Europe

    Schindler, D., & Westcott, M. (2021). Shocking racial attitudes: Black G.I.s in Europe. Review of Economic Studies, 88(1), 489-520.
  2. Unleashing animal spirits - Self-control and overpricing in experimen…

    Kocher, M. G., Lucks, K. E., & Schindler, D. (2019). Unleashing animal spirits: Self-control and overpricing in experimental asset markets. The Review of Financial Studies, 32(6), 2149-2178.
  3. Risk, time pressure, and selection effects

    Kocher, M. G., Schindler, D., Trautmann, S. T., & Xu, Y. (2019). Risk, time pressure, and selection effects. Experimental Economics, 22(1), 216-246.
  4. Overpricing and stake size - On the robustness of results from experi…

    Kocher, M. G., Martinsson, P., & Schindler, D. (2017). Overpricing and stake size: On the robustness of results from experimental asset markets. Economics Letters, 154, 104-104.

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