Members of the Centre are spread over several Faculties of the University of Groningen.
Jan Willem Bolderdijk is an assistant professor of Marketing. His research interests include, amongst others, behavioral decision making, moral psychology, social influence and sustainability. He is a fan of field experiments.
Olha Cherednychenko holds the Chair in European Private Law and Comparative Law and is Founder and Director of the Groningen Centre for European Financial Services Law. Her research interests include European economic and private law, in particular financial services law, contract law, fundamental rights and private law; comparative law.
Aurelia Colombi Ciacchi is professor of Law and Governance and academic director of the Groningen Centre for Law and Governance. Her research focuses on governance-oriented comparative law, in particular for what concerns the application of human rights and other fundamental rights in relationships between private actors.
Hans van Ees is dean of the University College Groningen and professor of corporate governance and institutions at the Faculty of Economics and Business of the University of Groningen. His research concerns comparative corporate governance, SME-governance, internationalization strategies, emerging market multinationals, business groups, board of directors and sustainable corporate performance.
Andreas Flache is professor of sociology at the Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences. In his research he focuses on social integration, cooperation, social networks, agent-based modelling, and social complexity.
Harry Garretsen has been Professor of International Economics & Business at the University of Groningen since 2008. He is also affiliated with the University of Cambridge, and has been professor of economics Radboud University Nijmegen (1996-2002) and Utrecht University (2002-2008). His main research areas are international economics & geography; economics, management and leadership; and macro-economic theory and policy.
Francesca Giardini is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology and she is the coordinator of the Master track on "Social Networks in a Sustainable Society". Her research interests include micro-foundations of collective behaviors (reputation spreading and opinion dynamics), pro-social and anti-social behaviors, and social network applications to policy making.
Leah Henderson is a Rosalind Franklin Fellow. She works in philosophy of science on issues that bear on the role of science in society. She also has research interests in epistemology, centred on the use of evidence in decision-making in scientific and legal contexts.
Niels Hermes is professor of International Finance at the Faculty of Economics and Business of the University of Groningen. His research focuses on the causes and consequences of international capital flows, corporate governance and microfinance.
Herman W Hoen is professor of International Political Economy at the Faculty of Arts. His research focuses on the transformation from a centrally-planned to a market economy in Eastern Europe and the successor states of the Soviet Union and he is one of the principal investigators of a large project on emerging markets in Central Asia and the Caucasus, funded by the VW Foundation. He was visiting professor at the Georg August University in Göttingen (Germany), Bilkent University in Ankara (Turkey), and the Bologna Center of the School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University (Italy).
Christoph Humrich is Assistant Professor of International Relations at the Faculty of Arts. He works on social and political theory in international and world society, particularly normative theory and ethics of international relations, as well as Habermasian critical theory. His empirical research focuses on polar and ocean governance and security.
Christoph Jedan is professor of philosophy of religion and ethics in the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Groningen. HIs research focuses on interactions of religion and philosophy. He is particularly interested in the role of religion in contemporary liberal theory and in responses to loss in Western culture.
Richard Jong-A-Pin is Associate Professor in Economics (at the EEF Department of the Faculty of Economics and Business). His research focuses on the causes and consequences of political instability, expressive voting, the political economy of fiscal policy and measuring political ideology.
Herman de Jong is dean of the Faculty of Economics and Business and is professor of Economic History. His research focuses on the economic performance of nations, and topics related to income distribution, inequality, and living standards from a historical and international comparative perspective.
Pauline Kleingeld is Professor of ethics and its history at the Faculty of Philosophy. Her research interests include ethics, political philosophy, philosophical cosmopolitanism and associated issues, and the work of Immanuel Kant, in particular his political philosophy and the foundations of his moral theory.
Jan Albert van Laar is a lecturer in argumentation theory, and his main research interest are: interpersonal reasoning; dialogue types such as political deliberation, negotiation dialogue, and persuasion dialogue; fallacy theory; the connections between logic and rhetoric.
Robert Lensink is a Professor of Finance in Groningen, and a Professor of Finance and Development (parttime) at Wageningen University. He has extensive experience in impact evaluations, with a focus on microfinance in the broadest sense. In 2016, he led the MFS II evaluations of the Dutch government for India and Ethiopia.
Martin Lenz is tenure-track professor of the History of Philosophy and Chair of the Department of the History of Philosophy. He specialises in the history of medieval early modern philosophy, including key topics such as intersubjectivity and figures such as John Locke and David Hume.
Chiara Lisciandra is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the Faculty of Economics and Business in Groningen. Her primary interests are in general philosophy of science, moral psychology and philosophy of economics. In her research, she focuses on the nature and dynamics of norms. In particular, she combines formal models and experimental analysis to study how norms emerge, spread and change in society.
Laetitia Mulder is Associate Professor in Social and Organizational Psychology (at the department of HRM&OB, Faculty of Economics and Business). Her research interests include (im)moral behavior, integrity, compliance, norms, rules and regulations, sanctions, and the moralization of health.
Machiel Mulder is professor of Regulation of Energy Markets and director of the Centre for Energy Economics Research at the Faculty of Economics and Business at the UG and President of the Benelux Association for Energy Economics. His research focuses on the design of energy policy and the regulation of energy markets. Together with Frank Hindriks a.o. he supervises a multidisciplinary research into the design of electricity markets in relation to the growth in renewable energy.
Simon Otjes is researcher at the Documentation Centre Dutch Political Parties of the University of Groningen. His research examines the structures that underlie political behaviour, at the level of the party system and at the level of the voter. Most of his research focuses on the structure of party and public opinion on economic issues.
Marc Pauly is head of the Knowledge Center Philosophy (KCF) which promotes applied philosophical research. His own research addresses the theory and practice of new forms of democracy, particularly direct and deliberative democracy.
Adriaan Soetevent is professor of Microeconomics. His research focuses on empirical and (field) experimental research in behavioral economics, pro-social behavior and industrial economics. He has published several papers on peer effects in consumption, charitable giving, behavioral biases in gift-certificate spending and the effects of policy changes on market power.
Titus Stahl is Assistant Professor of philosophy at the Faculty of Philosophy. His research focuses on critical theory, social and political theory and social ontology.
Linda Steg is professor of Environmental Psychology at the Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences. Her research focuses on factors influencing environmental behaviour, and effects and acceptability of environmental policies. She is particularly interested in the role of values and moral considerations, and how these interact with situational factors.
Bart Streumer is professor of Ethics and Political Philosophy at the Faculty of Philosophy. He is especially interested in metaethics, and in metaethical issues in political philosophy.
Allard Tamminga is a senior lecturer in Theoretical Philosophy. His research focuses on philosophical logic, formal ethics, and analytic philosophy. He currently works on formal analyses of collective obligations and collective moral responsibility, using concepts and ideas from deontic logic, game theory, philosophy of action, and economics.
Judith Vega is lecturer in Social and Political Philosophy. Her research concerns historical and present-day conceptualisations of politics and the relation between political and economic practices. It includes a critique of the ‘economisation’ or ‘marketisation’ of society as addressed within Critical Theory as well as from an Arendtian perspective.
Jing Wan is assistant professor of Marketing and Rosalind Franklin Fellow. Her primary research interests include moral decision making, emotions, and charitable giving.
Tom Wansbeek is professor of statistics and econometrics and former dean. He has published on longitudinal econometrics, latent variable modeling, psychometrics, marketing, finance, linear algebra, and economic psychology.
Erin Wilson is Director of the Centre for Religion, Conflict and the Public Domain at the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies. Her research focuses on religion and politics, broadly defined, with particular interests in human rights, global justice, development and humanitarianism.
Rafael Wittek is professor of sociology at the Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences. His research interests include sustainable cooperation, governance, organizational change, social network dynamics, and humanitarian action.
Raymond Zaal is an assistant professor of Business Ethics at the Faculty of Economics and Business. His research interests include, amongst others, quantitative modeling of ethical decision making and integrity management, especially in the financial sector.
Andrej Zwitter is Professor for International Relations and Ethics endowed by the Nederlands Genootschap voor Internationale Zaken (NGIZ). His research concerns crisis management, innovation and ethics. In this domain he focuses on the law and politics of humanitarian action, politics and ethics of Big Data, and the regulation of state of emergencies.
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