I am a behavioural and experimental economist and finished my doctoral studies in Economics in 2017 at the University of Innsbruck. I hold a Masters degree in Applied Economics, as well as a Bachelor degree in Management and Economics from the same university.
Currently, I am employed as a Post-Doctoral Researcher at the University of Innsbruck. I will start a similar position at the University of Regensburg (Chair of Professor Lea Cassar) in autumn 2020.
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Fornwagner, H. & Hauser, O.. Do parents invest into voluntary climate action when their children watch? Evidence from a lab-in-the-field-experiment. University of Innsbruck Working Papers in Economics and Statistics. 2020-23.
My main research areas
Besides other topics, these are the areas I am most interested in.
Dishonest behaviour and fraud in credence goods markets
of economic behaviour
Awards & Research Grants
2020: Winners of the SABE workshop support program for 2020
2019: Funding by the Diligentia Foundation for empirical Research
2017: “Financial Grant for supporting research stays abroad" by the University of Innsbruck
2017: Conference stipend provided by the “Förderkreis 1669” of the University of Innsbruck for excellent young researchers
2013: Academic Excellence Scholarship, Innsbruck University