Pr. Tibor Neugebauer (https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1183-7979)
Tibor Neugebauer received his first degree in Economics from University of Bonn in 1994, and a Master of Science in Economics from University of Alicante in 1997. In 2000, he graduated as Doctor of Economics at University of Valencia. The professional qualification (Economics) he obtained from University of Hannover in 2006. Following academic positions at York, Kiel, Hannover and stays at Lisbon, Bari, Valencia, and Rome, he joined the University of Luxembourg as Professor of Finance in October 2007. venia legendi
Tibor Neugebauer is passionate about doing research in Experimental Finance and Economics. In his research he uses laboratory data to study human behaviour in markets and social dilemmas and decision making under risk and uncertainty. He designs experiments to test the predictions of theoretical economics and finance and to study human behaviour in complex environments for which no theoretical solution exists.
He has conducted extensive research on the impact of institutional, informational, and economic incentive structures on human beliefs, learning, strategic interaction, and market outcomes. More recently, his scientific activity has focused on the interaction between algorithms and human subjects in asset markets.