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Marcus Roel

Marcus Roel  Assistant Professor
Department of Economics Business School, Beijing Normal University,Beijing 100875, China
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Academic Positions 2018 – present:     Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Beijing Normal University
Education 2013 – 2018:  PhD in Economics, London School of Economics

                    Title: Essays in Behavioral Economics

                     Advisors: Erik Eyster, Francesco Nava

                     Examiners: Gharad Bryan, Amrish Patel

2012 – 2013: MRes in Economics (distinction), London School of Economics

2010 – 2012: MSc in Economics (distinction), London School of Economics

2007 – 2010: BSc in Business Administration, University of Mannheim, Germany
Research Interests

Behavioral Economics, Microeconomic Theory, Experimental Economics

Working Papers “A Theory of Reciprocity with Trust”

“The Benefits of being Misinformed”, with Manuel Staab

Research in Progress  “Costly information and control” (Working Title), with Rafael Hortala-Vallve, Aniol Llorente-Saguer and Valentino Larcinese

“Strategy Method vs. Direct Choice, Theory and Evidence”, with Zhuoqiong Chen

“Comparison of Experiments with Behavioral Agents”

Conferences and Seminar Presentations

2019:      University of Nottingham, Ningbo (scheduled)

2018:      Xiamen University (International Workshop on Experimental Economics), University of South Australia

Teaching Experience

2019:              International Finance (Undergraduate), Corporate Finance (Undergraduate), BNU

                       Guest Lecturer: Topics on Emerging Markets (Postgraduate), BNU

2017:             EC452  Applying Behavioral Economics for Social Impact (Postgraduate), LSE

2014 – 2017:  EC411  Microeconomics (Postgraduate), LSE

2016 – 2017:  MG205 Competitive Strategy and Game Theory (Summer school), LSE

2014 – 2016:  EC202  Intermediate Macroeconomics (Summer school), LSE                           

2012 – 2014:  EC210  Macroeconomic Principles (Undergraduate), LSE                                  

2013:      EC408    MPA Pre-Sessional Math Course


Honors, Scholarships and Fellowships



Teaching Fellowship, 2014-2017

LSE PhD Scholarship, 2013-2015, 2017   

LSE Winner of the Department Prize for Outstanding Exam Performance, MRes Econ, 2013

University of Mannheim, Tuition fees scholarship, 2009-2010

US Congress and German Parliament, High-School Exchange Scholarship, 2003-200