Dr. Schudy is an empirical economist, currently employed as an Assistant Professor at the Chair of Behavioral and Experimental Economics at LMU Munich. He is interested in understanding the consequences of non-standard preferences and behavioral biases for optimal institutional design. He conducts laboratory experiments, field experiments and surveys to provide answers to questions from fundamental and applied research.In his research, hestudy the role of social preferences, norms and incentives in groups (e.g. trust, reciprocity, responsibility attribution, punishment and honesty) and individual behavioral biases (e.g. boundedly rational behavior and self-control problems).