Robert Mahlstedt

Robert Mahlstedt

Assistant professor, tenure track

Link to personal webpage

Fields of interest

Labor Economics, Behavioral Economics, Public Policy Evaluation, Microeconometrics

Current research

My current work, as part of the research unit “Behavioral Economics and Labor Market Performance”, studies also the relevance of psychological motives and behavioral economic concepts for the job search behavior of unemployed workers and subsequent labor market outcomes.

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