Christoph Schütt

Topics: Financial Markets, Behavioral Economics, Welfare State

Christoph Schütt- Institut für Weltwirtschaft (IfW) / Kiel Institute for the World Economy

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On April 1st, Christoph Schütt joined the research area “Social and Behavioral Approaches to Global Problems” and is a PhD candidate at the Chair of Economic Theory of Prof. Dennis Snower at Kiel University. He completed the programs of “European Economic Studies” and “Applied Economics” in Bamberg and Budapest with a Bachelor of Science in 2012. Subsequently, he started the “Master program Eco­nomics” at Kiel University and graduated with a Master of Science in 2016. His research interests are Behavioral and experimental economics, the role of motivations in economic decision making and the roots of cooperation in societies.