News and Events
As a result of the xs/fs Research Group's successful proposal to FSU's Pathways of Excellence initiative, we have been able to hire several new faculty members over the last 6 years. Our most recent additions are Sebastian J. Goerg (2012) and Luke A. Boosey (2013).
New in 2013
Luke A. Boosey
Luke Boosey received his Ph.D. from the California Institute of Technology in 2013. His research spans economic theory, market and mechanism design, and behavioral & experimental economics. His current experimental research focuses on the importance of social networks for cooperative behavior in public goods environments. Other work studies the effects of incomplete information on individual behavior in strategic and non-strategic decision problems.
New in 2012
Sebastian J. Goerg
Sebastian J. Goerg received his Ph.D. from Bonn University, Germany in 2010. His primary fields of research are experimental and behavioral economics. His current research focuses on the impact of incentives and (legal) institutions on actual human behavior.
The XS/FS lab has received an endowment to provide a yearly fellowship to help fund the research of economics graduate students interested in pursuing experimental research.
If you are interested in further information please follow the link below:
John and Hallie Quinn Graduate Student Fellowship in Experimental Economics