Moritz Mosenhauer

Email: m.mosenhauer.1@research.gla.ac.uk

Tel: 00447405202530

University Office: Adam Smith Business School, Eastern Quadrangle, Room 527D

Personal Webpage

Research title

Essays on Counter Strategies Against Mistakes in Information Processing with Various Applications

Research summary

Research interests:

  • Organisational Economics
  • Experimental Finance
  • Behavioural Economics

Moritz Mosenhauer uses theoretical and empirical methods to investigate high-stake decision-making and how smart information design may improve it. Click here to download his research statement.

Click here to download his CV.


Publications

Working Paper:

  • “Salience and Management-by-Exception”


Work in progress:

  • "Do Less Informed Stock Traders Get Higher Returns?: Evidence from the Lab”

  • “Growth Diagnostics: A Foundation” (with Sayantan Ghosal)

Grants

2016: Universitas 21-scholarship by the University of Amsterdam (500€)
2015: Adam Smith Business School Scholarship for Doctoral Studies


Conferences

• 2019: AMSE Interaction Seminar (Marseille), Annual RES conference (Warwick)

• 2018: Workshop for PhD & Post-doctoral students (Queen Mary), Committee for Org. Econ. of the GEA (Hamburg), SAEe (Madrid), BiGSEM (Bielefeld)

• 2017: SGPE Crieff Conference (Edinburgh), Economic Lunchtime Seminar (Glasgow)

• 2016: BSI PhD Workshop (Glasgow), Brownbag Seminar (Glasgow)


Teaching

I have assisted in teaching the following modules: 

  • 2018: Behavioural Economics, postgraduate elective course at the University of Glasgow
  • 2017, 2018, 2019: Economics 1B, 1st year core-module at the University of Glasgow
  • 2016, 2017, 2018: Economics 1A, 1st year core-module at the University of Glasgow
  • 2011: Quantitative Methods of Business Studies, 1st year core-module at the Ruhr-University Bochum

I have received the following awards and distinctions:

  • 2019: Winner of university-wide Glasgow University Student Teaching Awards
  • 2017: Ranked 1st in Department of Economics for overall teaching satisfaction
  • 2017, 2018: Nominated for university-wide Glasgow University Student Teaching Awards

My teaching evaluations are available via my personal webpage


Additional information

2017: RES Easter Training School at the University of Essex
2016: Summer School “Crash Course in Experimental Economics” at the Tinbergen Institute in Amsterdam
2016: Co-Founder and President of the Glasgow Brown Bag Seminars in Microeconomics at the University of Glasgow