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Behavioral Economic Engineering and Responsible Management

An organisation's success primarily depends on how employees behave in the face of constantly changing processes, standards and structures. Considering the psychological and behavioural economic concepts, we examine human decision-making behaviour in various organisational and responsibility situations and develop behavioural change incentive systems based on this. The resulting questions are addressed using a broad spectrum of economic methods (theory, econometrics, behavioural experiments).