I am a research fellow at WZB in Berlin and I am interested in behavioral and experimental economics. Currently, I am working on long-run interactions in high frequency environment and models of (political) influence. I am teaching introductory classes to programming experiments in oTree. Also, I dabble in 3D printing of representations of my data.

Here you can find a current version of my CV and here you can access my WZB website.

If you want to get in touch you can reach me via email: johannes.leutgeb@gmail.com

Published Work

  • Huck, Steffen, Johannes Leutgeb, and Ryan Oprea. 2017. "Payoff Information Hampers the Evolution of Cooperation." Nature Communications 8 (15147). doi:10.1038/ncomms15147. [link]
  • Ensthaler, Ludwig, Steffen Huck, Johannes Leutgeb. forthcoming. "Games played through agents in the laboratory — a test of Prat & Rustichini's model", Games and Economic Behavior. doi:10.1016/j.geb.2019.09.013. [link]

Work in Progress

  • Learning in Clock vs. Period Time (joint with Teresa Backhaus, Steffen Huck and Ryan Oprea)
  • Cooperation under Imperfect Public Monitoring (joint with Piotr Evdokimov, Dan Friedman and Steffen Huck)
  • Buffoons in Political primaries (joint with Micael Castanheira, Steffen Huck and Andrew Schotter)
  • Causal Inference in the Single Case