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Academic Background

Stefan Penczynski works as an experimental economists and is interested in Behavioral Economics, Behavioral Game Theory, Information Economics, Political Economy and Development Economics. He analyzes economic behavior such as information disclosure, social learning, auction bidding, jury voting, trust, etc. with innovative experimental methods that include natural language evaluation. In UEA’s new Vegan Studies Network, Stefan is the subject-area coordinator for Economics.



PhD Supervision Interests

Stefan is interested in the analysis of economic behavior in the wide fields of Behavioral Game Theory, Information Economics, Political Economy. Further, he is interested in understanding consumption decisions, among others in the field of nutrition. Methodologically, Stefan is interested in using and analyzing natural language communication.


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