Dr. Helena Maria 
FORNWAGNER

 

ABOUT ME

I am a behavioral and experimental economist and finished my doctoral studies in Economics in 2017 at the University of Innsbruck. I hold a Master's degree in Applied Economics and a Bachelor's degree in Management and Economics from the same university.

After working as a Post-Doc (Assistant-Professor) at the University of Innsbruck for almost four years, I started in autumn 2020 to work in a similar position at the University of Regensburg. 

Then, it was time to move on again: I am very excited about having joined the University of Exeter in September 2022. 

Currently, I am a guest editor for the Journal of Economic Psychology (Special Issue on Biological Foundations of Economic Decision Making) and an Editorial Board Member of the Sports Economic Review.

 

Moreover, I am delighted to support the University of Exeter Business School as the Departmental Research Ethics Officer for Economics.

Do you want to know more about me?
Please find my detailed CV hereCV here

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My main research interests

Biological determinants
of economic behavior

Competitive behavior
and gender

Voluntary
climate 
actions

Incentives and
(un)ethical behavior

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