Christina Gravert

Christina Gravert

Associate Professor

I am an associate professor (with tenure) at the Department of Economics and a member of the Center for Economic Behavior and Inequality (CEBI). I am also the director of the Laboratory for Experimental Economics (LEE) and a member of the Research Ethics Committee at the Department of Economics.

You can read about my current research and find recent working papers on my personal website: There you can also find interviews, podcasts, and articles I have written about my research for a broad audience. My impact can be found on Google Scholar (h-index 15, Dec '23).

Primary research areas:

  • Behavioral economics
  • Experimental economics
  • Nudging
  • Green transition and sustainability
  • Attention and reminders

Current research:

  • Consumer behavior in the private electricity market
  • Incentives for using public transport
  • Nudging in stores to reduce food waste 
  • Behavioral effects of carbon taxes

I teach:

  • Science of Behavior Change
  • Field Experiments
  • Behavioral Economics in Action
  • Game Theory (Micro III)

I supervise bachelor and master projects:

  • Field experiments, behavioral economics, online experiments, laboratory experiments, game theory

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