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 part of the Institute for Management Research, and fall under the Department of Economics and even more particular I am part of the Chair in Finance. I am teaching Bachelor and Master students at the Nijmegen School of Management.
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I aim to have the serenity to accept the things I cannot change; courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.
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Institute for Management Research (our research arm), Nijmegen School of Management (our school), Chair in Finance (the chair I am working in), IMR Lab Facilities (our labs), I am also secretary and board member of the Society for Experimental Finance (SEF), and I am managing our research hotspot Integrated Decision Making with Etiënne and Vincent (ID). Furthermore, I was in the implementation team of the Healthy Brain Study (project overview) and currently also serve as a board member of the scientific board (link to study)
what is going on ?! (last update 8 August 2021)
Ernan Haruvy and I successfully hosted a third virtual Experimental Finance workshops (see http://www.ru.nl/imr/vefw3.
ACCEPTED at Economics Letters: Lying for Others - The Impact of Agency on Misreporting (with Georgia Buckle and Wolfgang Luhan). The first paper with our PhD student from Portsmouth.
Our report "Niet-bancaire kredietverlening Een blik in de black box" (Sascha Füllbrunn, Dirk-Jan Janssen, Utz Weitzel) has been released by the Dutch Ministry of Finance Wopke Hoestra (link). Using web-research, online surveys and mystery shopping, we tried to uncover the online credit provision mechanisms in the Dutch credit market for small companies and self-employed people.
Ernan Haruvy and I successfully hosted two virtual Experimental Finance workshops (see http://www.ru.nl/imr/vefw. A further one is scheduled for January 13th.
ACCEPTED at Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization: Testing market regulations in experimental asset markets - the case of margin purchases (together Tibor Neugebauer)
The special issue on Decision Making for Others in Journal of Economic Psychology is online.
I am happy to edit the "Handbook of Experimental Finance" together with Ernan Haruvy. The book will be published by Edward Elgar and is expected in Summer 2022.
ACCEPTED at Journal of Economic Psychology: Current Issues in Decision Making for Others (together with Wolfgang Luhan and Alan Sanfey). Online First.
Project on non-bank financing opportunities - Together with Utz Weitzel and Dirk-Jan Janssen we do contract research for the Ministry of Finance on alternative financing opportunities for small companies using a multiple methods approach including different data generation procedures, web-research, and interviews.
We have a new PhD position open @Portsmouth, UK. Find more information here.
ACCEPTED at Experimental Economics: Underpricing of initial public offerings in experimental asset markets (together with Andreas Nicklisch and Tibor Neugebauer)
Our inter-faculty proposal on a Radboud University Centre for Analytical Modelling in Social Sciences and Humanities was granted, PI Dr Frank Bohn and Prof Wadim Zudilin
I successfully finished the personal UHD trajectory (Associate Professor, UHD2, temporary) that I started in 2016 already after three years and finally was promoted to UHD1 (Associate Professor, permanent).
I got my proeftuin awarded (University competition to get experimental ICT implemented in teaching)! Which means additional hours to implement online questionnaires on biases and experimental games in my Behavioural Finance course. Dutch page: https://www.ru.nl/docenten/ict-onderwijs/proeftuinen/proeftuinen-feedback/leren-reflecteren-gedaan/
ACCEPTED at Journal of Economic Psychology: Responsibility and Limited Liability in Decision Making for Others - An experimental consideration (together with Wolfgang Luhan) LINK.
Due to several requests... here the carry over zip file for ztree: LINK
R&R in Experimental Economics
I applied for a PhD to run experiments on Unconditional Basic Income; it is in the second round now...
R&R in Journal of Economic Psychology
Georgia Buckle started at Portmouth University as a PhD candidate on Decision Making for Others. She applied successfully for the PhD position that Wolfgang Luhan and I got funded (FBL Bursary 2018/2019 University of Portsmouth)
The study with Catherine Eckel was mentioned in Het Financieele Dagblad: Lehman Sisters was óók failliet gegaan (https://fd.nl/economie-politiek/1270744/lehman-sisters-was-ook-failliet-gegaan).
Chair website is online: FinanceChair.net
Our paper Risk Aversion and Overbidding in First Price Sealed Bid Auctions: New Experimental Evidence (joint with Dirk-Jan Janssen and Utz Weitzel) was accepted at Economic Inquiry.
Our Decision Making for Others (link) on July 2/3 2018 was an interesting experience. Having a conference on a specific topic is quite valuable as we all were on the same page, even though we were from different disciplines.
I became secretary and Board Member of the Society for Experimental Finance (link)
Nice conferences in Berlin (ESA Word Meeting) and Heidelberg (Experimental Finance 2018)
I will visit the University of Portsmouth and give a lecture on Experimental Finance... if you want to participate: link
Wolfgang Luhan and I, together with Alan Sanfey, are guest editors for a special issue on Decision Making for Others at the Journal of Economic Psychology (CFP).
I am member of the implementation team of the Healthy Brain Cohort, which is a collaboration between the Radboud University, Radboudumc and Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistic. The cohort will include healthy subjects from the region of Nijmegen. Our goal is to deeply phenotype the cohort including brain imaging, biological and behavioral measures, etc. This will result in a unique research infrastructure for brain research and beyond which increases and improves research opportunities. (More information) I must say that it is really interesting to work with people from other disciplines.
Want to see me in action? Here is our Master's Programme Promotion Video... guess who is taking the role of the professor?!
Dr. Sascha Füllbrunn (Associate Professor)
Institute for Management Research
6525 AJ NIJMEGEN