Nina Weber

Photo: Stefan Weber (@mrknips)

I am a doctoral candidate in the department of Political Economy at King’s College London. My research interests lie within behavioural and experimental economics with a focus on social preferences and procedural fairness. Specifically, I am interested in the formation of social preferences, especially distributive preferences, and how these preferences affect policy support and effort provision.

I have previously been a visiting scholar at the research unit ‘Economics of Change’ at WZB Berlin and at the FAIR – Centre for Experimental Research on Fairness, Inequality and Rationality at NHH Norwegian School of Economics.

I am also on the Academic Job Market 2022/2023.

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Upcoming presentations:

Fairness and the Moral Mind Workshop, FAIR NHH, online (16 November)

ESA Job Market Candidates Seminar Series, online (17 November)

Inequality Seminars, Rome (30 November)