Volkswirtschaftlehre, insbesondere Makroökonomie

Muhammed Bulutay

PhD student / Research assistant

I am a Ph.D. candidate in economics at the Berlin School of Economics and affiliated with the Technical University of Berlin where I work as a research assistant.

I am a behavioral economist. In my research, I make use of design-based methods that include laboratory/survey experiments and theory to unravel the causal effects of cognitive limitations and non-standard preferences on beliefs and choices. My research has implications for fields such as household finance, central bank communication, and decision sciences.


You can find more about me on my website.

Sekretariat H 52
Raum H 5104