Congratulations Andreas Haberl!
Andreas Haberl has recently completed his work as Editorial Assistant of the Behavioral Economics Guide 2019. This popular guide is published annually on www.behavioraleconomics.com and this year’s edition includes an introduction by Uri Gneezy and a guest editorial by Nina Mazar.
As Editorial Assistant, Andreas participated in the creation of the entire guide, revising content and format of articles provided by contributors, providing input on the design of the publication, and clarifying concepts in the Behavioural Science Concepts section. He also assisted in updating the "Postgraduate Programs taught in English" and "BE Events of 2019" sections.
Andreas is a student on the MSc Behavioural Decision Making for Finance . He is especially interested in behavioural finance and financial decision making. Having grown up in Spain, he works to promote Behavioural Science in the Spanish-speaking world. To achieve this goal he has created the first ‘Encyclopedia of Behavioural Economics’ in Spanish and translated and edited the comic book ‘Behavioural Economics for Kids’. He is also the Spanish editor of the Behavioral Economics Guides and is currently translating them to publish the first Spanish guide .