Home | deutsch  | Legals | Data Protection | Sitemap | KIT

Institute of Economics
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Post-office box 6980
76049 Karlsruhe
Workshop on Economics and Finance

On Thursdays at 11:45, our research seminar, the Workshop on Economics and Finance , takes place. Feel welcome to attend! 

Brown Bag Seminar

On Wednesdays at 11:30 am our Brown Bag Seminar takes place. Everybody is very welcome!

 

NEWS

Invitation to Apply: Tenure Track Professor (W1) for Empirical Economics

The Division II ”Informatics, Economics, and Society“ at the KIT faculty Informatics, Economics, and Management, invites applications for a professorship at the ECON institute, starting at the earliest possible date.

More information can be found here.

HeiKaMax-Workshop

The HeiKaMaX Workshop on Behavioral and Experimental Economics is jointly organized by the Universities of Heidelberg, Mannheim and KIT. This autumn, the event took place on October 10 at the KIT. Here's a link to the program.

For more information or if you want to participate, please contact Petra Nieken, Philipp Reiss, Clemens Puppe or Nora Szech.

 

 
HeiKaMEtrics

Each semester, jointly with the universities of Mannheim and Heidelberg, the HeiKaMEtrics Workshop on Econometrics and Statistics takes place. If you want to participate in upcoming Workshops, please contact Melanie Schienle.

HeiKaMaxY Young Researchers

The HeiKaMaxY Young Researchers Workshop is a workshop on Behavioral Economics and Experiments for young researchers (PhD students, postdocs, and JProfs). It is jointly organized with the universities of Heidelberg and Mannheim. For more information, please contact Julia Schreier.

 
Journals

Clemens Puppe is managing editor of the journal "Social Choice & Welfare" as well as a member of the editorial board of the journal "Economics and Philosophy". Nora Szech is member of the editorial board of the "European Economic Review".

KD2Lab

The KIT disposes of an interdisciplinary laboratory following economic standards, funded by the DFG. 40 cubicles allow researchers to analyze economic behavior as well as body-responses. The city marketing reported.