Jens Prüfer is Associate Professor of Economics at Tilburg University and a member of the Tilburg Law and Economics Center (TILEC). His research focuses on institutional and organizational questions, applying economic methodology to a broad set of disciplines, including law, management, political science, history, religious studies, and computer science. He studied Economics and Chinese studies in Tübingen (Germany) and Singapore and holds a PhD in Economics from Goethe University Frankfurt.
Dengler, Sebastian and Jens Prüfer (2021), “Consumers’ Privacy Choices in the Era of Big Data,” Games and Economic Behavior, 130: 499–520.
Prüfer, Jens and Christoph Schottmüller (2021), “Competing with Big Data,” Journal of Industrial Economics, 69: 967-1008.
Filistrucchi, Lapo and Jens Prüfer (2019), “Faithful Strategies: How Religion Shapes Nonprofit Management,” Management Science, 65(1), 188-208. Online Appendix.
Prüfer, Jens (2016), “Business Associations and Private Ordering,” Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, 32(2), 306-358.
Masten, Scott E. and Jens Prüfer (2014), “On the Evolution of Collective Enforcement Institutions: Communities and Courts,” Journal of Legal Studies, 43(2), 359-400.