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Prof. Dr. Berno Büchel

Research Fellow Economics

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Education and Training
2015                           
Habilitation in Economics, University of Hamburg
2009                      Doctorate in Economics, Bielefeld University, Institute for Mathematical Economics
2005 Master's degree in Business Administration (lic. rer. pol.), University of Bern
Majors: Management Science, Sociology. Minors: Media Science, Economics.

                                           
Career
since 2017
Prof. at the University of Fribourg Switzerland
2015 - 2017
Research Fellow Economics, Liechtenstein Institute 
2015  - 2017
Post-doc University of St. Gallen, Institute of Economics (FGN)
Feb - March 2015 Research visit, Stanford University (USA)
2011 - 2015
Post-doc University of Hamburg
2009 - 2011
Post-doc Saarland University 
2006 - 2007
Visiting PhD student Sorbonne Economic Center, Université Paris I – Panthéon-Sorbonne

                                           
Other activities
  • Articles in following journals: Journal of Economic Theory (JET), Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control (JEDC), Social Choice and Welfare, Review of Economic Design, Journal of Sports Economics, Journal of Mathematical Sociology, Homo Oeconomicus, European Journal of Operational Research (EJOR)
  • Lectures in industrial organization, game theory, network science in economics 
  • Co-supervision of many Bachelor’s and Master’s theses
  • Refereeing for following journals (among others): Games and Economic Behavior (GEB), Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (JEBO), Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control (JEDC), Journal of Economic Theory (JET), Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (JEEM), Journal of the European Economic Association (JEEA), Mathematical Social Sciences, PLoS ONE

                                           
Miscellaneous
In August 2013, “The Economist” (circulation  1.5 million) reported about my work
on doping (joint with Eike Emrich and Stefanie Pohlkamp). Several other newspapers and a Germany-wide radio station followed.