Dr Timo Heinrich
Timo is an Assistant Professor in Economics. Before joining Durham University Business School in 2017 he was a research group leader at the University of Duisburg-Essen as well as a visiting scholar at IE Business School, St. John’s University, UT Dallas and Harvard Medical School.
Timo is an Assistant Professor in Economics. Before joining Durham University Business School in 2017, he led a research group at the University of Duisburg-Essen in Germany and was a visiting scholar at IE Business School, St. John’s University, UT Dallas and Harvard Medical School.
Timo received a Diplom in Information Systems from the University of Magdeburg and a PhD in Economics from the University of Duisburg-Essen. Timo uses econometric methods as well as lab and field experiments to study individual decision making, strategic interaction and the impacts of digitization. For example, he is interested in how people evaluate extreme risks and in how communication facilitates trade in digital markets. His work has appeared in Games and Economic Behavior, the International Economic Review and Production and Operations Management, among others.
- Microeconomics, Industrial Organization and Market Design
- Experimental and Behavioural Economics
- Business Analytics, Innovation and Digital Transformation
- Haering, A., Heinrich,T. & Mayrhofer,T. (2019). Exploring the consistency of higher-order risk preferences.. International Economic Review
- Weimann, J., Brosig-Koch, J., Heinrich, T., Hennig-Schmidt, H. & Keser, C. (2019). Public good provision by large groups – The logic of collective action revisited.. European Economic Review 118: 348-363.
- Rosenthal-von der Pütten, A. M., Hastall, M. R., Köcher, S., Meske, C., Heinrich, T., Labrenz, F. & Ocklenburg, S. (2019). “Likes” as social rewards: Their role in online social comparison and decisions to like other people's selfies. Computers in Human Behavior 92: 76-86.
- Heinrich, T. & Mayrhofer, T. (2018). Higher-order risk preferences in social settings.. Experimental Economics 21(2): 434-456.
- Brosig-Koch, J. & Heinrich, T. (2018). The role of communication content and reputation in the choice of transaction partners: A study based on field and laboratory data.. Games and Economic Behavior 112: 49-66.
- Brosig-Koch, J., Heinrich, T. & Helbach, C. (2015). Exploring the capability to reason backwards: An experimental study with children, adolescents, and young adults.. European Economic Review 74: 286-302.
- Brosig-Koch, J. & Heinrich, T. (2014). Reputation and mechanism choice in procurement auctions: An experiment. Production and Operations Management 23(2): 210-220.
- Brosig-Koch, J., Heinrich, T. & Helbach, C. (2014). Does truth win when teams reason strategically?. Economics Letters 123(1): 86-89.
- Heinrich, T. & Weimann, J. (2013). A note on reciprocity and modified dictator games. Economics Letters 121(2): 202-205.
- Heinrich, T. (2012). Communication and reputation in procurement auctions – Some empirical evidence. Economics Letters 114(2): 164-167.
- Brosig, J., Heinrich, T., Riechmann, T., Schöb, R. & Weimann, J. (2010). Laying off or not? The influence of framing and economics education. International Review of Economics Education 9(1): 44-55.