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Stefan Trautmann received his PhD in Economics from the Erasmus University Rotterdam in 2009. He was a post-doc at the Department of Social Psychology at Tilburg University for two years, and then became an assistant professor and subsequently tenured associate professor at the Department of Economics at Tilburg University. In 2014 he was appointed full professor of Behavioral Finance at Heidelberg University. Stefan Trautmann is an associate editor at various journals, including Management Science, Journal of Economic Psychology and PLOS ONE. His research interests concern financial decision making under uncertainty, social preferences and ethics, and the psychology of economic decision making more generally. His work has been published in leading economics, finance and psychology outlets such as the American Economic Review, Psychological Science, and Management Science. He served as a consulting expert to the World Bank, the European Commission, and the German Federal Institute for

Expertise

Financial decisions under risk and uncertainty; social preferences and ethics; psychology of economic behavior

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Recent publications

  1. Implementing (Un)fair Procedures? Favoritism and Process Fairness whe…

    Schmidt, R. J., & Trautmann, S. (2019). Implementing (Un)fair Procedures? Favoritism and Process Fairness when Inequality is Inevitable. (CentER Discussion Paper; Vol. 201-013). Tilburg: CentER, Center for Economic Research.
  2. 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).
  3. Climate policy commitment devices

    Dengler, S., Gerlagh, R., Trautmann, S. T., & Van De Kuilen, G. (2018). Climate policy commitment devices. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 92, 331-343.
  4. Inequality, Fairness and Social Capital

    Fehr, D., Rau, H., Trautmann, S., & Xu, Y. (2018). Inequality, Fairness and Social Capital. (CentER Discussion Paper; Vol. 2018-023). Tilburg: CentER, Center for Economic Research.
  5. Countercyclical risk aversion - Beyond financial professionals

    Koenig-Kersting, C., & Trautmann, S. T. (2018). Countercyclical risk aversion: Beyond financial professionals. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance, 18, 94-101.

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