prof.dr. (Kirsten) KIM Rohde

prof.dr. (Kirsten) KIM Rohde

Professor of Behavioral Economics

Full professor Erasmus School of Economics Applied Economics
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
T18-45
Email
rohde@ese.eur.nl
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Kirsten Rohde is professor of Behavioral Economics and Vice Dean Research at the Erasmus School of Economics (ESE), and Associate Director of Erasmus Research Intitute of Management (ERIM). Her main research interests are time, social, and risk preferences. Her research uses a combination of decision theoretical and empirical approaches. Her work also addresses how time, social, and risk preferences relate to health behavior.

Kirsten is a fellow of the Tinbergen Institute and member of ERIM. She serves as associate editor for Management Science.

In the past, Kirsten was head of the Organization, Strategy, and Entrepreneurship group and deputy director of the department of Applied Economics at ESE. She teaches Behavioral Economics and Economics of Negotiations in the Bachelor and Master program. 

  • N (Nick) Benschop, ALP Nuijten, Mark Keil, KIM (Kirsten) Rohde, Jong Seok Lee & HR (Harry) Commandeur (2020) - Springer Science+Business Media (Publisher)

Thesis Hub Master Economics & Business

Year
2022
Course Code
FEM61007

Seminar Sustainable Firm Strategy

Level
master
Year
2022
Year Level
master
Course Code
FEM11167

Introduction to Behavioural Economics

Year
2022
Year Level
bachelor 1, bachelor 1, bachelor 1, bachelor 2, bachelor 2, bachelor 2
Course Code
FEB12015

Introduction to Behavioural Economics

Year
2022
Year Level
bachelor 1, bachelor 1, bachelor 2, bachelor 2
Course Code
FEB12015X

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