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Dr. Claudia Zoller

Dr. Claudia Zoller
Hochschullektorin
+ 43 512 2070 - 7431
claudia.zoller@mci.edu




Dr. Claudia Zoller


2017 - 2018
wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter - Max-Planck-Institut zur Erforschung von Gemeinschaftsgütern

2015 - 2017
wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter - Universität zu Köln

2015 - 2018
Experimentelle Verhaltensökonomie - Universität zu Köln (PhD)

2008 - 2014
Internationale Wirtschaftswissenschaften - Universität Innsbruck (Diplom)

Grundzüge der Mikroökonomie - Universität zu Köln

2018
Life & Health Science Cluster
Poster Award "Busy Little Bees - An experiment on diligence and endogenous time scheduling in early childhood"

  • Matthias Sutter, Claudia Zoller, Daniela Glätzle-Rützler (2019). Economic behavior of children and adolescents - A first survey of experimental economics results, European Economic Review, 111, 98-121. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.euroecorev.2018.09.004.

    "Busy little bees - An experiment on diligence and endogenous time scheduling in early childhood", briq/iza workshop on behavioral economics in education

    "Busy little bees - An experiment on diligence and endogenous time scheduling in early childhood" (former "Grit for pearl"), MPI Workshop Berlin-Bonn-Leipzig, Bonn

    "Busy little bees - An experiment on diligence and endogenous time scheduling in early childhood" (former "Grit for pearl"), MPI Inaugural Conference, Bonn

    "Busy little bees - An experiment on diligence and endogenous time scheduling in early childhood" (former "Grit for pearl"), ESA World Conference, Berlin

    "Coordination games played by children and teenagers: on the influence of age, group size, and incentives", PhD Workshop, The Choice Lab, Bergen

    "Coordination games played by children and teenagers: on the influence of age, group size, and incentives", ESA conference, Bergen

    "Too lucky to be true: Fairness views under the shadow of cheating", Seminar talk at University of California Santa Barbara

    "Too lucky to be true: Fairness views under the shadow of cheating", Seminar talk at University of California San Diego

    "Coordination games played by children and teenagers: on the influence of age, group size, and incentives", CAS Workshop "Moral Behavior", LMU Munich



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