SNF Projects and Grants
Prof. Stefan Bühler was awarded a SNF research project on “Pricing in a Digital World” (2018-2022). Project partners are Prof. Daniel Halbheer and Prof. Thomas Epper. Dr. Nicolas Eschenbaum is employed as a post-doctoral researcher.
Prof. Guido Cozzi was awarded a SNF research project titled: "Post-Pandemic Economic Outlook: Automation, Reshoring, Education, and Growth" (2021-2025). Dr. Maria Iordache-Bolboaca works on this project as a post-doctoral researcher.
Prof. Thomas Epper was awarded a SNF research project titled: "Identifying Risk and Ambiguity Preferences Free From Context" (2020-2021). The project is a joint project with PD Dr. Christian Biener of the Institute of Insurance Economics (I.VW-HSG), and involves a collaboration with the University of Copenhagen and industry partners. Furthermore Prof. Epper was awarded the SNF research project "Go for it while you can" (2019-2022). The project involves an international collaboration with Prof. Ferdinand Vieider (University Gent; co-investigator) and Prof. Mohammed Abdellaoui (HEC Paris; project partner).
Prof. Christian Keuschnigg was awarded a SNF research project on “Banks, Reallocation, and Economic Performance” (2019-2021). Dr. Michael Kogler is employed as a post-doctoral researcher.
Christian Keuschnigg and Michael Kogler recently talked to the magazine EU Research about their SNF project on banks and reallocation. Please find the article here.
Prof. Philipp Zahn has received a Grant from the Ethereum foundation for the research project "A software assistant for the game-theoretically sound design of smart contracts and governance structures" (2021). The project is a collaboration with Jules Hedges from Strathclyde University and is supported by Statebox, an industry partner.
Prof. Philipp Zahn has reveived another grant in autumn 2021 for a research project. The Hasler Stiftung, Bern supports his project: "Computational Learning in Economic Games: Competitive Effects of Pricing Software Systems". The project is a collaboration with Dr. Nicolas Eschenbaum (Postdoc, FGN-HSG).