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 I.M. Rohde is an endowed professor of Behavioural Economics with a focus on Intertemporal Choice. She has broad research interests in any topic involving behavioral economics, but mainly focuses on intertemporal choice, a field of decision theory which analyses the tradeoffs people make between the present and the future. She has been working on an often observed irrationality in such tradeoffs: procrastination. She has an interest in developing nudges to help people overcome such irrational behavior. She does both theoretical and experimental work. Other research areas of Kirsten Rohde include concerns for equality and social preferences, and decisions under risk.

  • Merel Hulsen, Kirsten Rohde & Job Exel (2020) - Het Nederlandse coronabeleid als sociaal dilemma - VGE Bulletin, 37 (2), 17-19
  • Job Exel, Merel Hulsen & Kirsten Rohde (2020) - In tijden van coronavirus vertrouwt de burger de arts - Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 105 (4785), 226-227
  • Kirsten Rohde (2020) - Uitstelgedrag - AUDIT Magazine, 19 (4), 64-65
  • Kirsten Rohde (2014) - Tussen denken & doen - de nobele taak van nudging - Tijdschrift voor Marketing, 2014 (9), 48-51

  • C Kronenberg, Hans Kippersluis & Kirsten Rohde (2014) - What drives the association between health and portfolio choice? - Netspar Discussion Paper

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

EURAC

Begindatum goedkeuring
januari 2019
Einddatum goedkeuring
januari 2022
Plaats
ROTTERDAM
Beschrijving
Wetenschappelijke Raad ESAA

Seminar in Strategic Firm Behaviour

Level
master
Year
2020
Year Level
master
Course Code
FEM11082

Introduction to Behavioural Economics

Year
2020
Year Level
bachelor 1, bachelor 1, bachelor 1, bachelor 2, bachelor 2, bachelor 2
Course Code
FEB12015

Introduction to Behavioural Economics

Year
2020
Year Level
bachelor 1, bachelor 1, bachelor 2, bachelor 2
Course Code
FEB12015X

Thesis Hub Master Economics & Business

Year
2020
Course Code
FEM61007

Advanced Behavioural Economics

Level
master
Year
2020
Year Level
master
Course Code
FEM11106

  • Wim Rietdijk

    The use of cognitive factors in explaining entrepreneurship: some empirical results
  • Zhihua Li

    Irrationality: What, Why and How
  • Zhihua Li

    Irrationality: What, Why and How
  • Iris Versluis

    Prevention of the Portion Size Effect
  • Nick Benschop

    Biases in Project Escalation: Names, Frames & Construal Levels
  • Arno Nuijten

    Deaf Effect for Risk Warnings – A causal examination applied to Information Systems Projects
  • Merel van Hulsen

    Social value orientation and preference for redistribution
  • Xiao Yu

    Attitudes towards intertemporal correlation
  • Indy Bernoster

    Essays at the Intersection of Psychology, Biology, and Entrepreneurship

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