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Behavioral economics, experimental economics, data-driven decision making, applied game theory
Alexander K. Wagner is endowed Professor of Behavioral Economics and Digitization at the University of Salzburg (PLUS) and an affiliate at the Vienna Center for Experimental Economics (VCEE) of the University of Vienna. In his research, he combines theoretical models and empirical analysis to investigate decision making of individuals and firms. Before joining the PLUS in 2021, Alexander was an assistant professor at the University of Vienna, University of Cologne, and University of Konstanz. He studied at the Humboldt-University at Berlin, the University of Toronto, and received a PhD in Economics from the Toulouse School of Economics.
Garcia, Daniel, Juha Tolvanen, and Alexander K. Wagner. “Demand estimation using managerial responses to automated price recommendations.” Management Science, 2022, doi
Tolvanen, Juha, James Tremewan, and Alexander K. Wagner. “Ambiguous platforms and correlated preferences: Experimental evidence.” American Political Science Review, 2022, 116, 734-750. doi
Granic, Georg D. and Alexander K. Wagner. “Where power resides in committees.” The Leadership Quarterly, 2021, 32, 4, 101285. doi
Alós-Ferrer, Carlos, Georg D. Granic, Johannes Kern, and Alexander K. Wagner. “Preference reversals: Time and again.” Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 2016, 52, 65-97. doi
Schuett, Florian and Alexander K. Wagner. “Hindsight-biased evaluation of political decision makers.” Journal of Public Economics, 2011, 95, 1621-1634. doi