Experimental economists in Heidelberg

Christine Binzel (development economics, field experiments, trust, social norms)
Johannes Diederich (social dilemmas, voluntary cooperation, environmental economics, online & field experiments)
Peter Dürsch (imitation, ambiguity, punishment)
Jürgen Eichberger (decision theory & ambiguity & game theory)
Dietmar Fehr (game theory, experimental economics, decision making and strategic interaction)
Timo Goeschl (public goods, information structures, social norms, environmental economics)
Isabel Marcin (behavioral and experimental economics, political economy, law and economics, applied microeconomics)
Jörg Oechssler (imitation & learning, ambiguity)
Gert Pönitzsch (public goods, group decision making, environmental economics)
Andreas Reischmann (public goods, mechanism design, game theory)
Christiane Schwieren (gender, age & personality differences, neuroeconomics, self-regulation & motivation)
Stefan Trautmann (individual decision making, finance, ethics)
Christoph Vanberg (group decision making, elections, multilateral bargaining)
Israel Waichman (social dilemmas, markets, social norms, environmental economics)