Marta Golin is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Zurich and Jacobs Center for Productive Youth Development. She holds a D.Phil. (Ph.D.) in Economics from the University of Oxford (Nuffield College).
Judd Kessler is an Assistant Professor at the Warton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
Teodora Boneva is Professor of Applied Microeconomics in the Department of Economics at the University of Bonn. Previously, she was Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Zurich, Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Oxford, and a British Academy Post-doctoral fellow at the University College London (Department of Economics). Her general research interests include child development, human capital formation, and socio-economic inequality.
Seda Ertac is an associate professor of economics at Koc University. Dr. Ertac completed a 1.5-year postdoctoral study at the economics department of the University of Chicago, and joined Koc University in February 2008. Dr. Ertac’s main field of research is experimental economics. Her work explores the malleability of non-cognitive skills and the development of preferences in children, gender differences in economic behavior, and the effects of informational and incentive policies on self-confidence, motivation and performance in organizational and educational settings. Dr.
Aldo Rustichini is Professor of Economics at the University of Minnesota. He is Fellow of the Econometric Society, and member of the Game Theory Council. He is associate Editor in several international Journals (Journal of Mathematical Economics, Games and Economic Behavior, PLOS One). He is coordinating and directing research groups in the USA, in UK (University of Cambridge) and Italy (Bocconi University). His research interests are in Game Theory, Decision Theory, Experimental Economics and Neuroeconomics.
Joseph Kable is Assistant Professor at the University of Pennsylvania. Research in the Kable Lab seeks to understand how people make decisions, and to trace out the psychological and neural mechanisms of choice. The Lab employs an interdisciplinary approach to tackle these questions, drawing on methods and ideas from social and cognitive neuroscience, experimental economics, and personality psychology.
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.