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briq is a research platform seeking to advance innovative thinking about the sources and consequences of inequality while pushing the frontiers of behavioral economics research.

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NEWS

November 30, 2021

Mentoring can reduce gender gap in competitiveness and earnings expectations

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our mission

briq’s activities are based on three pillars: (1) conducting and facilitating excellent international research, (2) promoting talented young scholars at the start of their careers, (3) communicating research findings to enrich public debates with scientific insights.

upcoming events

  • Early Career Behavioral Economics (ECBE), hosted by briq
    July 7-8, 2021
  • BGSE/briq Applied Microeconomics Workshop
    2021/2022 winter term
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people at briq

We bring young talent together with innovative researchers and cross-disciplinary experts from around the world to enhance our understanding of inequality, human capital, labor markets, and behavioral economics. Our research team is led by Armin Falk and Florian Zimmermann.

Armin Falk
Florian Zimmermann

upcoming visitors

Academic research at an internationally oriented institute like briq strongly relies on the personal exchange of thoughts and ideas. We usually host many visiting scholars throughout the year. Due to pandemic-related travel and workplace restrictions, unfortunately, no research visits are scheduled at this time.

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Climate

Behavioral aspects and inequality consequences of climate change are an important part of the briq research agenda. In order to also make our own contribution to limiting global warming, we have reduced our carbon footprint and acquired climate certificates to offset our remaining greenhouse gas emissions from buildings, events, and business travel. We are proud that briq is now certified as a carbon-neutral institute.

contact

briq
Institute on Behavior & Inequality
Schaumburg-Lippe-Straße 5–9
53113 Bonn, Germany

contact@briq-institute.org
+49-228-3894-702