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Short Bio

I am an assistant professor in behavioral decision-making and insurance at the Munich School of Management at LMU Munich. As an applied business economist and decision scientist, I consider theoretical and experimental questions with applications to insurance, health economics, decision analysis, risk theory and national security. While much of my research falls into the broad category of behavioral economics, I also have projects in more classical theoretical settings.


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Current Working Papers

Published and Forthcoming Papers

  1. When risk perception gets in the way: Probability weighting and underprevention, with Aurélien Baillon, Han Bleichrodt, Aysil Emirmahmutoglu and Richard Peter. Accepted for publication at Operations Research.
  2. Experiential Learning, Competitive Selection and Downside Risk: A New Perspective on Managerial Risk-Taking, with Richard Peter. Organization Science, Volume 28, Issue 5, p. 915-930, 2017.
  3. The Influence of Affect on Heuristic Thinking in Insurance Demand, with Vijay Aseervatham. Journal of Risk and Insurance, Volume 84, Issue 1, p. 239-266, 2017.
  4. Hypothetical Surveys and Experimental Studies of Insurance Demand: A Review. Journal of Risk and Insurance, Volume 83, Issue 1, p. 217-255, 2016.
  5. Probability Elicitation under Severe Time Pressure – A Rank Based Procedure, with Gilberto Montibeller. Risk Analysis, Volume 35, Issue 7, p. 1317-1335, 2015.
  6. The Affection Effect in an Incentive Compatible Insurance Demand Experiment, with Vijay Aseervatham and Andreas Richter. Economics Letters, Volume 131, p. 34-37, 2015.
  7. The Wealth Effects of Premium Subsidies on Moral Hazard in Insurance Markets, with Andreas Richter. European Economic Review, Volume 77, p. 139-153, 2015.
  8. An Incentive Compatible Scoring Rule for Ordinal Judgments of Expected Utility Maximizers. Economics Letters, Volume 120, Issue 2, p. 245-248, 2013.