Topics: Behavioral Economics, Financial Markets, Welfare State
Main research interests
- Behavioral Economics
- Experimental Economics
Since mid-February, Lukas Baumann has been a member of the research center Global Cooperation and Social Cohesion. He studied economics in his bachelor's degree and quantitative economics in his master's degree at CAU Kiel. Already during his studies he worked for the research center as a research assistant. His research is thematically located at the intersection of behavioral economics and econometrics. With a focus on risk and time preferences and their impact on global cooperation.
In addition to his employment at the IfW Kiel, Lukas Baumann works at the Institute for Statistics & Econometrics at Kiel University.