Henning Hermes

Henning Hermes is Postdoctoral Researcher and Deputy Director of the Ludwig Erhard ifo Center for Social Market Economy and Institutional Economics at the ifo Institute Munich. His research focuses on Experimental and Behavioral Economics, covering topics in Labor, Education, and Inequality. In one of his current lines of research, he wants to better understand inequality in access to early childcare and the consequences for child development, parental labor market participation, and gender equality.

Armin Falk

Armin Falk is Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Bonn and director of briq, the Institute on Behavior and Inequality.  He is affiliated with several networks: He is Program Director at the Institute of Labor Economics (IZA), Fellow at the Centre for Economic Policy (CEPR), Fellow at the Center for Economic Studies (CESifo) and Research Professor at the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW). Falk's research generally aims at increasing the explanatory power of economics by providing it with a more realistic psychological and biological foundation.

Philip Corr

Philip Corr is a Professor of Psychology at City University London, UK. Previously, he was a Professor of Psychology at Swansea University, and then University of East Anglia. Corr has published over 100 scientific papers, and he is the author of 'Understanding Biological Psychology' (2006; Oxford: Blackwell); the single editor of 'The Reinforcement Sensitivity Theory of Personality' (2008; Cambridge University Press); and the joint editor (with Gerald Matthews) of 'The Cambridge Handbook of Personality Psychology' (2009; Cambridge University Press).

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