I am an Assistant Professor of Behavioral Economics at Erasmus School of Economics, at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. My research interests lie in the intersection of Economics, Political Science, and Psychology. In particular, I am interested in voter / voting behavior, Behavioral Political Economy, and Political Psychology. As an interdisciplinary researcher, I have published my work in Economics (Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization), Management (Management Science), Political Science (American Political Science Review), and Psychology (Journal of Experimental Social Psychology). Before coming to Rotterdam, I held various positions at the University of Antwerp, the University of Cologne, and New York University. I obtained my PhD in Economics from the University of Konstanz.
List of publications
Granic, G.D. (2017). The Problem of the Divided Majority: Preference Aggregation under Uncertainty Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 133:21--38.
Alós-Ferrer, C., Granic, G.D., Kern, J. and Wagner, A.K. (2016). Preference Reversals: Time and Again Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 52(1):65--97.
Granic, G.D. and Kern, J. (2016). Circulant Games Theory and Decision, 80(1):43--69.
Alós-Ferrer, C. and Granic, G.D. (2012). Two Field Experiments on Approval Voting in Germany Social Choice and Welfare, 39(1):171--205.