Most of my research deals with problems of asymmetric information and the incentives to (mis-) behave that are the consequences of this information. These problems occur almost everywhere, such that my research has touched several fields of research. My general fields of interest are: Information Economics, Agency theory, Contract theory and mechanism design, Management control, Law and Economics, Experimental Economics, Career Concerns, Public Economics, and multi-dimensional incentive problems in general. For an overview of my work, please visit my website at: www.sanderrenes.com
S. Renes & D. Müller (2020). Fairness views and political preferences: evidence from a large and heterogeneous sample. Social Choice and Welfare, 1. doi: 10.1007/s00355-020-01289-5
S. Renes & F.T. Zoutman (2017). As Easy as ABC? Multi-dimensional Screening in Public Finance. Publisher's Award, 34th FIBE conference: Bergen, Norway. Wetenschappelijk.
S. Renes & F.T. Zoutman (2016). As Easy as ABC? Multi-dimensional Screening in Public Finance. Best paper award, XXVIII Annual Conference of the Italian Society of Public Economics (SIEP): Lecce, Italy. Wetenschappelijk.