Prof. Dr. Axel Ockenfels
Market Design, Behavioral Economics, Electronic Markets, Digital Economy, Energy Economics, Climate Economics
- Since 2016 Member of the European Academy of Sciences
- 2016 Albertus Magnus Award for Excellence in Teaching
- Since 2015 Speaker of the University of Cologne Excellence Center for Social and Economic Behavior (C-SEB)
- Since 2015 Principal Investigator in the DFG-project " Social Comparison and Self-Control" in FOR 2150
- Feb-Jul 2015 Visiting Professor at Stanford University, Economics Department
- 2015 Ranked 31 in the Global Thought Leader Index 2015 for Germany, Austria and Switzerland ( www.thoughtleaders.world)
- 2015 Ranked among the “24 Ökonomen, auf die es ankommt” by the Süddeutsche Zeitung
- 2013-2015 Ranked among the 20 “most influential economists in Germany” by the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
- Since 2012 Contributing Author, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
- 2011-2012 Speaker of the Department of Economics at the University of Cologne
- Since 2011 Coordinator of the DGF-Research Unit FOR 1371 “Design & Behavior”
- Since 2010 Member of the Acad. Adv. Board of the Fed. Min. of Econ. & Techn.
- Since 2010 Speaker of the UoC‘s key profile area „Behavioral Economic Engineering and Social Cognition“
- Since 2007 Member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the University of Cologne
- Since 2006 Member of the Nordrhein-Westfälische Akademie der Wissenschaften
- 2006 Gossen-Prize, Verein für Socialpolitik
- Since 2005 Member of the Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften
- 2005 Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize, German Research Foundation (DFG)
- Since 2004 Director of the Cologne Laboratory for Economic Research,
- Since 2003 Full Professor at the Department of Economics, University of Cologne
- 2003 - 2007 Director of the Institute of Energy Economics
- 2004 - 2006 President of the Gesellschaft für Experimentelle Wirtschaftsforschung
- 2002 - 2003 Associate Professor at the Max Planck Institute for Economics, Jena
- 2002 Habilitation, Venia legendi in Economics, University of Magdeburg
- 2001 - 2007 Emmy Noether-Fellow of the DFG
- 2000 - 2001 Assistant Professor, Magdeburg
- 1999 - 2000 Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Harvard University, USA
- 1998 Ph.D. (Dr. rer.pol.), University of Magdeburg
- 1996 - 1997 Visiting Scholar,Penn State University, USA
- 1994 Diplom Volkswirt, University of Bonn
- MacKay, David J C, Peter Cramton, Axel Ockenfels and Steve Stoft (2015). “Price Carbon – I will if You Will.” Nature, 526, 315–316, doi:10.1038/526315a.
- Ockenfels, Axel, Dirk Sliwka, and Peter Werner (2015). “Bonus Payments and Reference Point Violations.” Management Science 61(7), 1496-1513.
- Khalmetski, Kiryl, Axel Ockenfels, and Peter Werner (2015). "Surprising Gifts – Theory and Laboratory Evidence." Journal of Economic Theory 159, 163–208.
- Ockenfels, Axel, and Reinhard Selten (2014). "Impulse Balance in the Newsvendor Game." Games and Economic Behavior, 86, 237–247.
- Mussweiler, T., and A. Ockenfels (2013). Similarity increases altruistic punishment in humans. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 110, 19318–19323.
- Bolton, G. E., B. Greiner, and A. Ockenfels (2013). Engineering trust—reciprocity in the production of reputation information. Management Science, 59, 265–285.
- Nash, J. F., R. Nagel, A. Ockenfels, and R. Selten (2012). The method of agencies coalition formation in experimental games. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 109, 20358–20363.
- Bolton, Gary E., and Axel Ockenfels (2010). Betrayal aversion: Evidence from Brazil, China, Oman, Switzerland, Turkey, and the United States: Comment. American Economic Review, 100: 628-633.
- Bolton, Gary E., Elena Katok, and Axel Ockenfels (2004). How Effective are Electronic Reputation Mechanisms? An Experimental Investigation. Management Science, 50(11): 1587-1602.
- Roth, A. E., and A. Ockenfels (2002). Last-minute bidding and the rules for ending second-price auctions: Evidence from eBay and Amazon auctions on the internet. American Economic Review, 92, 1093–1103.
- Bolton, G. E., and A. Ockenfels (2000). ERC—A theory of equity, reciprocity and competition. American Economic Review, 90, 166–193.