Dr. David Pipke

Topics: Behavioral Economics, Equal Opportunities, Health, Labor Market


Main research interests

  • Behavioral Economics
  • Experiments
  • Inequality
  • Social cohesion

David Pipke studied Economics at Kiel University in the Bachelor's program and Quantitative Economics in the Master's program. Since his master's degree in 2019, he has been enrolled in the doctoral program "Quantitative Economics". He finished his doctoral degree in 2023 at the Research Center Global Cooperation and Social Cohesion, supported by a state graduate scholarship. His main interests are in the field of behavioral economics, especially on topics related to inequality and social cohesion.


  1. Kiel Institute (IfW Kiel)


    Development of cargo volumes in Red Sea (most important maritime trade route Europe↔Asia) is striking. After briefly closing the gap between expected & actual freight volumes, cargo traffic is now falling back again, following the trend of the weak phase of the past months. 2/2 t.co/Xh48Gwcad2