Tobias König

Tobias König

Senior Lecturer, Head of Department
Department of Economics and Statistics School of Business and Economics
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Teaching

MA-Level: Advanced Mathematical Economics, Advanced Microeconomics, Advanced Public Economics, Themes in Labour Economics, Applied Economic Methods; BA-Level: Intermediate Public Economics, Microeconomics for Marketers

Research

Curriculum Vitae

2020 Head of the Department of Economics and Statistics, LNU

2019 Senior Lecturer (tenured) LNU

2013-2019 Post-Doc HU Berlin, WZB Berlin

2012 Post-Doc, LUH Hannover

2007 - 2011 Scientific assistant, LUH Hannover

Further Affiliations and Memberships

Research Fellow Berlin Social Science Center (WZB)

CESifo Research Network Fellow

Member of the Copenhagen Behavioural Economics Network

Research Interests

Public Economics, Labor Economics, Applied Microeconomics, Behavioral Economics

Working Papers

  • with Oliver Himmler and Sebastian Goerg, Norm violations and behavioral spillovers: Evidence from the lab and the field, revise & re-submit at European Economic Review.
  • with Renke Schmacker (2023). Preferences regarding behavioral policy:
    Attitudes towards sugary beverage taxes in the US.
  • with Dorothea Kübler, Lydia Mechtenberg and Renke Schmacker (2023): Fairness in Matching Markets: Experimental Evidence.
  • with S. Schweighofer-Kodritsch and G. Weizsäcker, part of CRC TRR 190 (2018): Beliefs as a Means of Self-Control? Evidence from a Dynamic Student Survey, Rationality and Competition Discussion Paper No 123
  • with Tobias Lausen (2018): Status Effects, In-kind Transfers, and Taxes
    with Sebastian J. Goerg and Oliver Himmler (2017): Norm Violations and Spillovers: Evidence from the Lab and the Field
  • with Oliver Himmler (2014): Self-Evaluation and Performance: Evidence from Adolescence
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The School of Business and Economics at Linnaeus University are accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business; AACSB. 

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Publications

Article in journal (Refereed)