behavior & inequality
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.
this week at briq
briq is currently running a survey among academic economists around the globe.
In the Newsroom
Three questions with Joshua Dean
briq student fellow Peter Andre wins Reinhard Selten Scholarship
Interview with Florian Zimmermann on social norms and motivated reasoning
The Global Preferences Survey is a globally representative dataset on risk and time preferences, reciprocity, altruism, and trust.
people of briq
This group is dedicated to enhancing our understanding of inequality, human capital, labor markets, and behavioral economics. briq cooperates with institutions and universities, connecting innovative researchers and cross-disciplinary experts. Resident researchers at briq include Armin Falk and Florian Zimmermann.
briq has initiated a visiting program in order to facilitate the exchange of ideas. We invite top-level researchers from the briq global network as briq Visiting Professors and briq Visiting Fellows with the intent of creating a European hub of resources and expertise. This involves both short and long-term visits, as well as participation in summer schools, workshops, and our regular research seminar. We aim to provide our visitors with a productive research environment in order to support and advance excellent research.
projects & cooperation
Researchers at briq work at large-scale projects such as the Global Preferences Survey (GPS), the briq Family Panel (BFP), and the ERC project MORALITY on the foundations of moral behavior. Furthermore, briq has partnered with DIE ZEIT to evaluate the Germany Talks initiative that demonstrates the potential of face-to-face discussions to improve societal cohesion.