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Home | People | Julia Rose
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Julia Rose

Research Fellow

University
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Research field
Behavioral Economics
Interests
Behavioral Economics, Behavioral Finance, Experimental Economics, Finance, Intertemporal Choice, Risk and Uncertainty

Biography

I did my PhD in Economics at the University of Innsbruck, Austria. During that time, I had the chance to visit the University of California San Diego, Chapman University, Utrecht University, the Stockholm School of Economics, the University of Amsterdam, and the GATE-Lab Lyon. After my defense, I joined the Burgundy School of Business, Dijon, for a Post-Doc for one year before starting my current position as a Post-Doc at the Erasmus School of Economics and the Centre for Relational Economics, Values & Leadership at Erasmus University. My main area of research is experimental economics/finance with a focus on decision making under risk and uncertainty.

List of publications

Fisar, M., Greiner, B., Huber, C., Katok, E., Ozkes, AliI., Collaboration, T.M.S.R., Szymanowska, M., Bongaerts, D. and Rose, J. (2024). Reproducibility in Management Science Management Science, 70(3):1343–1356.

Rose, J., Kirchler, M. and Palan, S. (2023). Status and reputation nudging Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 105:.

Weitzel, U., Huber, C., Huber, J., Kirchler, M., Lindner, F. and Rose, J. (2020). Bubbles and financial professionals Review of Financial Studies, 33(6):2659--2696.

Lindner, F. and Rose, J.(. (2017). No need for more time:: Intertemporal allocation decisions under time pressure Journal of Economic Psychology, 60:53--70.