Holger A. Rau
Curriculum Vitae (short)     For full CV click here   

Educational Background
2012 Doctor Rerum Politicarum, Heinrich Heine University Duesseldorf
2007 Diploma (equiv. to MSc) in Economics, University of Heidelberg
09/2014 -  present    Assistant Professor of Experimental Economics at the University of Göttingen
07/2013 -  08/2014   Post Doctoral Researcher, Chair of Economic Theory (Prof. Dr. Veronika Grimm),
                               University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
10/2013 -  08/2014   Research member of the "Collective Bargaining and Equal Pay" project on behalf of
                               the German Ministry: BMFSFJ
01/2013 – 06/2013   Post Doctoral Researcher, Duesseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE)                 
08/2012 – 12/2012   Research stay at the ESI of Chapman University in Orange, CA (USA)
04/2010                   Doctoral Researcher, University of Duesseldorf
2008 – 2010             Doctoral Reseracher, University of Frankfurt


"Simultaneous and Sequential Contributions to Step-Level Public Goods: One vs. Two Provision Levels"
with Hans-Theo Normann Download
Forthcoming in Journal of Conflict Resolution.

"The Disposition Effect and Loss Aversion: Do Gender Differences Matter?"
In Economics Letters 123, 2014, 33-36.

"Do Women Behave More Reciprocally Than Men? Gender Differences in Real Effort Dictator Games"
with Matthias Heinz and Steffen Juranek
In Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 83, 105-110.

"Does Ambiguity Aversion Survive in Experimental Asset Markets?"
with Sascha Füllbrunn and Utz Weitzel    
In Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 107B, 810-826.

"Trust and Trustworthiness: A Survey of Gender Differences
In Psychology of Gender Differences, 2012,  Sarah McGeowen (ed.) Sarah McGeown, New York:
Nova Science Publishers.


Dr. Holger A. Rau

Assistant Professor of
Experimental Economics
E-Mail: holger.rau@uni-goettingen.de
web: http://www.uni-goettingen.de/rau

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