Nils Christian Hönow, M.A.
Research & Teaching Assistant
Phone: +49 (0) 6421 28 23734
Office hours: by appointment
I am Research & Teaching Assistant and PhD Student in the Research Group Development & Cooperative Economics, Philipps-Universität Marburg.
My current research is about social dilemma-situations in environment contexts. I apply methods of experimental economics to gain results on incentive mechanisms for the protection of environment and natural resources. In 2017, I have carried out field experiments with local farmers in Kavango, Namibia, to examine the implication of resource scarcity as well as conservation policy measures.
- Development Economics, An Introduction (Tutorial)
- Master Seminar in Experimental Economics
- Bachelor Seminar in Environmental Economics
- A Meta study on Cooperation in Field Experiments
- Disentangling the Role of Anonymity and Communication in Cooperation
- The Role of Resource Scarcity on the Speed of Extraction
- Experimentally Testing Institutional External Incentives for Forest Conservation
- Lasting Effects after Termination of External Incentives
since 2015: Research & Teaching Assistant and PhD Student in the Research Group Development & Cooperative Economics, Philipps-Universität Marburg
2015: Bluebook Trainee, Europäische Kommission in Brussels
2012-2015: Master of Arts in International Economics, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
2009-2012: Bachelor of Science in Economics, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn