Hi there, my name is Sascha Füllbrunn.
I am an Associate Professor of Finance at Radboud University in Nijmegen (the Netherlands). I like to run experiments using the method of Experimental Finance/Economics. I am a member of the Institute for Management Research, the Department of Economics and Business Economics and the Chair in Finance. I am teaching Bachelor's and Master's students at the Nijmegen School of Management. Find more information about my work life by clicking the respective tabs above. If you have any questions, send me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
I aim to have the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.
Some more information: Board member of the Society for Experimental Finance (SEF); manager of the research hotspot Integrated Decision Making together with Etiënne and Vincent (ID); part of the IMR Lab Facilities (our labs); Member of the implementation team and scientific board of the Healthy Brain Study (project overview, link to study); I am on the faculty council of the Nijmegen School of Economics.
what is going on ?! (last update 20 October 2023)
We pre-registered our study on the Stability of Preferences (link).
With Sébastien Duchêne I submitted a proposal for funding a conference on Experimental Sustainable Finance in Nijmegen; fingers crossed!
I am happy to have Michel Rötter (who started in February) and Maria Plotnikova (who started in August) as my new PhD students. Both came from industry dealing with sustainable finance and digital transformation related questions.
A further paper published: Does trust break even? A trust-game experiment with negative endowments accepted at the Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics., together with Jana Vyrastekova (link).
Our paper Füllbrunn, Sascha, Huber, Christoph, Eckel, Catherine C. and Weitzel, Utz, Heterogeneity of Beliefs and Trading Behavior — A Reexamination (Preprint https://ssrn.com/abstract=4141893) has been accepted at JFQA.
The handbook of experimental finance is now available (link)
I am happy to talk at the Decision making for others conference in Portsmouth in two weeks.
I am happy to give a talk at the North American ESA Meeting in Santa Barbara, CA. Next to the paper with Charlotte, I will present the Healthy Brain Study to the ESA community for the first time.
I am excited to design and coordinate the new course Societal Challenges in Economics, considering the economics perspective on SDGs and digital transformation and how the latter can address the former. The course is accompanied by several guest lectures related to transformational sustainable change, platform economies, and cybersecurity. Next to the introduction of the course, I will teach Sustainable Finance. I am happy to work together with other teachers who will consider different parts related to our specialisations.
Accepted at PLOS ONE! Psychological price perception may exert a weaker effect on purchasing decisions than previously suggested: results from a large online experiment fail to reproduce either a left-digit or perceptual-fluency effect, with Achiel Fenneman, Jörn Sickmann, Carina Goldback and Thomas Pitz.
Constantina Markou will start as my first PhD candidate in August. I am looking forward to working with her!
I am searching for a new PhD Candidate on Sustainable Finance (link). Deadline October 7th.
We uploaded a new working paper: Reading the Market? Expectation Coordination and Theory of Mind, with Te Bao, Jiaoying Pei, and Jichuan Zong. The working paper is available here.
Want to see me in action? Here is our Master's Programme Promotion Video... guess who is taking the role of the professor?!
Carin van der Cruisen
Healthy Brain Consortium
Dr. Sascha Füllbrunn (Associate Professor)
Institute for Management Research
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