Prof. Dr. Menusch Khadjavi

Topics: Equal Opportunities, Digitalization, Globalization, Migration, Natural Resources, Emerging Markets & Developing Countries, Behavioral Economics, Welfare State, Germany, Africa


Main research interests

  • Pro- and antisocial behavior
  • interactions of extrinsic incentives and intrinsic motivation
  • private provision of public goods and charitable giving

Menusch Khadjavi is an Assistant Professor of Economics and Ethics at Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel and the Kiel Institute for the World Economy. He earned his Ph.D. from the University of Hamburg in 2013. Prof. Khadjavi’s research provides insights into morally relevant behavior in economics, including emotional motivation and extrinsic incentives, charitable giving, corruption, discrimination, procedural preferences and the private provision of public goods. His work has been published in leading journals in economics, including Experimental Economics, Games and Economic Behavior and Management Science. Prof. Khadjavi has been a visiting scholar at UC San Diego, UC Berkeley and Columbia University.