Asri Özgümüs, M.A.
Chair of Microeconomics
Research Assistant & Ph.D. Candidate

Employed since:

Research interests:

  • Experimental economics
  • Behavioral economics
  • (Applied) Game theory

  • Teaching in the winter term 2020/2021:
  • Introduction to Game Theory (TA)
  • Methods in Advanced Microeconomics (TA)
  • Supervision of Bachelor's and Master's theses

  • Publications:
  • Who is Watching me? Disentangling Audience and Interpersonal Closeness Effects in a Pay-What-You-Want Context   (with Elisa Hofmann, Michael E. Fiagbenu, Amir M. Tahamtan, and Tobias Regner), Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 2021, Vol. 90: 101631.
  • Gender bias in the evaluation of teaching materials (with Holger A. Rau, Stefan T. Trautmann, and Christian König-Kersting), Frontiers in Psychology, 2020, Vol. 11, Article 1074.
  • Trust, vulnerability and trustworthiness (with Claudia Keser), Economics Letters, 2018, Vol. 163, pp. 149-151.
  • An experimental investigation of rating-market regulation (with Claudia Keser, Emmanuel Peterlé, and Martin Schmidt), Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 2017, Vol. 144, pp. 78-86.