Matthias Weber’s research deals with a number of topics relevant for the public sector. Thee cover issues from different areas of economics and partly overlap with political science. Unlike the customary approach taken in neoclassical economics, Weber does not assume that people are completely rational and self-interested in all circumstances. Instead, he uses experiments to find out more about human behaviour and to test the hypotheses that emerge from behavioural theories.
M.G. Weber: Behavioral Economics and the Public Sector.
Prof. A.J.H.C. Schram
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