Unfortunately, at the beginning of this year google discontinued its appointment slots for google calendar that allowed to book an appointment by just choosing an open slot in my calendar.

I have found a replacement service now. Though less flexible it has also the advantage that you do not need a google calendar account any more if you want to book an appointment with me.

You find the link to book an appointment with me in the navigation menu on the left. Please use this for arranging an appointment with me.

Summer Research Internship

Location: Jacobs University Bremen, Bremen-Schönebeck, Germany
Languages Required: German native level and fluency in English
Starting Date: July, 2nd 2012
Duration of the Internship: 2 months


The Research Intern will have the opportunity to work within the field of Experimental Economics and learn many aspects of economic research, programming and running experiments, and data analysis.
The Research Intern will assist with the recruitment of participants, help in the preparation and running of the experimental sessions, and perform any other relevant duties as assigned (e.g. translating flyers). The Research Intern will also be able to attend local events.


Candidates should have a demonstrated interest in behavioral economics, experimental economics, or related field. Experience with basic spreadsheets is preferred and additional experience with statistical software is a plus.


To apply, please submit your Resume in English to Micaela M. Kulesz, Research Associate to Prof. Dr. Dennis A. V. Dittrich, by email to , before June, 22nd.

PhD Position Laboratory Experiments (TVL 13/2)

Jacobs University Bremen & ZMT are looking for an economist (Master’s degree or equivalent) for running laboratory experiments on cooperative behaviour. The candidate will analyse adaptation to climate change when resource users face a gradual change vs. a shock or when uncertainty increases. Therefore, excellent knowledge of microeconomic theory and strong quantitative research skills are necessary. The project is supervised by A. Schlüter (Prof of Social Systems & Ecological Economics and D. Dittrich (Prof of Economic Theory and Behavioral Economics). Applications include a cover letter stating your motivation, a CV, a letter of reference, and the master thesis as pdf. Please send it by e-mail until the 30th of April to Interviews will take place the 14th & 15th of May. Don’t hesitate to contact us.


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