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About

  • 2011 - present - Ph.D. Candidate in Economics at the University of Marburg, Hessen
  • 2010 - Master of Arts in International Economics (University of Göttingen) Grade: 1.8 1 (A − /B) 2 Master thesis: ‘An Experimental Investigation on Public Goods Provision in the Information Society.’
  • 2008 - ERASMUS - Graduate Studies (Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal)
  • 2007 - Bachelor of Arts in Economics (University of Göttingen) Grade: 2.5 (B/C) Bachelor thesis: ‘A critical review of several empirical investigations of the Jack-of-all- Trades hypothesis by Edward P. Lazear.’ (Entrepreneurship theory)[lang.: German]
  • 2003 - Abitur (Geschwister Scholl Gymnasium Sangerhausen) Grade: 1.7 (A − /B)
  • 1999 - Kamakura Highschool, Kamakura, Japan; 1 year student exchange with YFU.

Publications

Work in Progress

  • Albrecht, Felix, and C. Traxler (Feb. 2017), 'Reference Point Dependent Punishment', Mimeo, University of Bonn.
  • Albrecht, Felix, S. Kube, and C. Traxler (Feb. 2017), 'Deterrence or Just Revenge', Mimeo, University of Bonn.
  • Albrecht, Felix and C. Sarmiento (Mar. 2016), 'Gift Exchange under Religious Preconditioning', Mimeo, University of Bonn.
  • Albrecht, Felix and C. Keser (May 2010), ‘An Experimental Investigation on Public Goods Provision in the Information Society’, Mimeo, University Göttingen.

Talks

  • May/2015 - International Conference on Social Norms and Institutions (SNI) – Individual Norm-Enforcement Patterns - Evidence from the Lab
  • Jan/2015 - MLSE (Maastricht University) – Individual Norm-Enforcement Patterns - Evidence from the Lab
  • Nov/2014 - International Workshop ’Exploring Culture and Behaviour by Economic and Psychological Experiments’ (University of Duisburg) – Individual Norm-Enforcement Patterns across three Subject Pools
  • Oct/2014 - FSU Reading Group (FSU, Tallahasse) – Individual Punishment Patterns
  • Oct/2014 - North American ESA – Individual Punishment Patterns
  • Sep/2013 - Behavioral Economics Seminar (Waseda University, Tokyo) – Punishment Patterns
  • Apr/2013 - BEELabs Behvioral Workshop (Florence, Italy) – Punishment Patterns – Evidence from the Lab
  • Jun/2013 - Public Economics Conference 2013 (Lisbon, Portugal) – Punishment Patterns – Evidence from the Lab

Teaching

German

  • Project Module: - Winter 2016 – Introducion to OTree programming; supervision of student research project for master.
  • Introduction to Experimental Economics - Summer 2015 - Experimetrics, statistical methodologies in experimental economics.
  • Proseminar - Research Methods - Winter 2014, 15 - Introductory Seminar to research methods and scientific writing for bachelor.
  • Experimental Economics - Summer 2013 - Introductory Seminar into economical experimentation for bachelor.
  • Informal Institutions - Summer 2012, 13 - Lecture supporting tutorial for bachelor.
  • Exp. Appl. in Informal Institutions - Summer 2012 - Experiments and Application seminar for bachelor.
  • Introduction to Public Economics - Summer 2010 - Tutorial on Political Economics for bachelor.
  • LaTeX Workshop - Summer 2007, 09, 16 - Introduction to the software package LaTeX for Bachelor, Master, Ph.D..

English

  • Proseminar - Research Methods - Summer 2015 - Introductory Seminar to research methods and scientific writing for bachelor.
  • Topics on Applied Public Economics - Winter 2012/13 - Seminar on taxation theory and empirical studies for Master. (Joint Supervision)
  • Public Economics - Winter 2011/12, 12/13 - Lecture supporting tutorial for Master.
  • Topics on Public Economics - Summer 2012 - Seminar on behavioral responses to taxation for Master. (Joint Supervision)
  • Economics of Crime - Winter 2011/12 - Seminar on crime topics in Economics for Master. (Joint Supervision)
  • LaTeX & Paper Writing - Summer 2011, 13 ; Winter 2012 - Introduction to paper writing using the software package LaTeX for Master, Ph.D..