Nina Weber

Photo: Stefan Weber (@mrknips)

I am a doctoral candidate in the department of Political Economy at King’s College London. My research focuses on prosocial preferences and economic inequalities. Specifically, I am interested in how procedural fairness concerns affect preferences and behaviours. My current projects look at (1) the role of externalities, social norms, and personal experience in shaping prosocial preferences and (2) the effects of procedural fairness beliefs on effort provision.

I am currently visiting the research unit ‘Economics of Change’ at WZB Berlin. I have previously also been a visiting scholar at the FAIR – Centre for Experimental Research on Fairness, Inequality and Rationality at NHH Norwegian School of Economics and a research assistant at the Nuffield Centre for Experimental Social Sciences at the University of Oxford.

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Upcoming presentations:

ECONtribute and C-SEB Design & Behavior Seminar – University of Cologne (12 July)

EEA Congress, Milan (22 – 26 August)

ESA Meeting, Bologna (31 August – 3 September)

APSA Annual Meeting – Montreal, Quebec (15 – 18 September)