Experimental Social Science

Experimental Social Science Research Cluster researches behavioral economics including how to "nudge" behavior change; experimental work across social sciences using random assignment (in fieldwork or surveys) or natural experiments to assess causal effects that test theories and inform policy.



Cluster Faculty and Researchers

Olivier Bochet

Associate Dean for Curricular Affairs, Associate Professor of Economics, Co-Principal Investigator of Center for Behavioral Institutional Design (C-BID)

Jemima Frimpong

Program Head of Business, Organizations & Society, Associate Professor of SRPP & BOS

Kinga Makovi

Assistant Professor of Social Research and Public Policy

Samreen Malik

Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs, Associate Professor of Economics

Maximilian Mihm

Associate Program Head of Economics, Associate Professor of Economics

Nikos Nikiforakis

Professor of Economics Co-Director of the Center for Behavioral Institutional Design (C-BID)

Ernesto Reuben

Associate Dean of Graduate Programs and Societal Impact, Professor of Economics & Business, Organizations and Society, Co-Principal Investigator of Center for Behavioral Institutional Design (C-BID)

John Wooders

Professor of Economics, Director of Social Science Experimental Lab (SSEL), Co-Director of Center for Behavioral Institutional Design (C-BID)

Alexander Travis Barron

Post Doctoral Associate

Sumit Goel

Post Doctoral Associate

Cem Peker

Post Doctoral Associate

Samir Sweida-Metwally

Post Doctoral Associate

Contact Us

For inquiries, please reach out to Experimental Social Science Cluster Director Jonathan Andrew Harris.