Prof. Dr. Daniel Wiesen
Health Economics, Behavioral and Experimental Economics, Incentives, Physician Behavior
- Since 2015 Associate Professor in Behavioral Service Management, University of Cologne
- Since 2014 Visiting researcher, Department of Health Management and Health Economics, University of Oslo
- 2013 - 2015 Postdoctoral researcher (Akademischer Rat a.Z.), Department of Personnel Economics and Human Resource Management, University of Cologne
- 2011 - 2013 Consultant, Simon-Kucher & Partners, Strategy and Marketing Consultancy
- 2011 Ph.D. in Economics, Thesis title: „Four Contributions to Experimental Economics“ supervised by Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Reinhard Selten
- 2010 Research stay at London School of Economics and Political Science, LSE Health
- 2006 Master in Economics (Dipl. Volkswirt), University of Bonn and National University of Singapore
- The Effects of Introducing Mixed Payment Systems for Physicians, with Brosig-Koch, J., Hennig-Schmidt, H., and Kairies-Schwarz, N., forthcoming, Experimental Evidence. Health Econ., doi: 10.1002/hec.3292.
- Using artefactual field and lab experiments to investigate how fee-for-service and capitation affect medical service provision, with Jeannette Brosig-Koch, Heike Hennig-Schmidt, and Kairies-Schwarz, forthcoming, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.
- Joint Measurement of Risk Aversion, Prudence, and Temperance, with Sebastian Ebert, Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 48, 231-252, 2014.
- Other-regarding Behavior and Motivation in Health Care Provision: An Experiment with Medical and Non-medical Students, with Heike Hennig-Schmidt, Social Science & Medicine, 108, 156-165, 2014.
- Profit or Patients' Health Benefit? Exploring the Heterogeneity in Physician Altruism, with Geir Godager, Journal of Health Economics, 32, 1105-1116, 2013.
- Testing for Prudence and Skewness Seeking, with Sebastian Ebert, Management Science, 57, 1334-1349, 2011.
- How Payment Systems Affect Physicians' Provision Behavior: An Experimental Investigation, with Heike Hennig-Schmidt and Reinhard Selten, Journal of Health Economics, 30, 637-646, 2011.