Behavia’s academic incubator again among the best Young Universities worldwide

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Behavia‘s alma mater and academic incubator, the University of Passau, has been ranked among the top 10% according to the THE Young University Ranking for 2021. Among the universities aged 50 or younger, Passau secured the 33rd rank (out of 475) and came in 4th among all German universities.

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Values20 enters next stage

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Delegates from all over the world presented their abstracts during the V20 task force inception event. The V20 2021 now enters one of the most important phases in the G20 engagement process under the Italian Presidency.

“Passion, rigor, and empathy, three words describing the incredible journey of values practitioners and experts all over the world as they develop the most relevant social policy abstracts today.”

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New publication at Wirtschaftsdienst

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The ZBW – Leibniz Information Centre for Economics, one of the world’s largest information centers for economic literature, just published a commentary of our directors at its lead journal Wirtschaftsdienst. They critically reflect on the vaccination journey and discuss potential barriers for the “willing” from a behavioral economics perspective.

Full commentary in German language: Impfabsichten: Sie müssen umgesetzt werden!

A brief summary in English language is available here.

Webinar series for ClassEx beginners

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Online experimentation is an important tool in behavioral economic research. Our affiliates Prof. Dr. Marcus Giamattei and Prof. Dr. Johann Graf Lambsdorff invite interested researchers, lecturers, and teachers to learn more about ClassEx, a free online tool for interactive surveys and classroom experiments used in more than 60 countries.

Webinar participants will learn how to use ClassEx to design, program, and implement online experiments, especially for teaching purposes in economics and social sciences.

More information on the webinar series is available on