Prof. Dr. Florian Englmaier
Florian Englmaier is a full Professor of Organizational Economics at the University of Munich (LMU). Florian's main research interest lies in the fields of the Economics of Organizations and Human Resources, where he focuses on agency problems within organizations.
In his research, prof. Englmaier strives to combine the merits of careful theoretical modeling with sound empirical strategies aiming at uncovering causal relationships. Among others, his studies have contributed to the research in behavioral contracting, relational contracts, team organization, and performance, the political economy of state-controlled enterprises, and the efficiency of internet auction markets.
Dr. Nadzeya Laurentsyeva
Nadzeya Laurentsyeva is an Assistant Professor at the Chair of Organizational Economics at the University of Munich (LMU). Nadzeya research interests are in the fields of Organizational Economics, Labor Economics, and Economics of Migration. She has studied the effects of labor mobility on firm productivity and innovation, labor market consequences of technology adoption, and the determinants of team performance. In her research, Nadzeya has used large structured and unstructured data and conducted field experiments in cooperation with NGOs.
Dr. Thomas Fackler
Thomas Fackler is a postdoctoral researcher at the Chair of Organizational Economics at the University of Munich and an Economist at the Center for Industrial Organization and New Technologies at the ifo Institute.
Thomas' work explores policy-relevant determinants of innovation as well as the effects of digitization. His research studies the role of emigration, patents, and competition in innovation. He also works on an evaluation of the broadband funding program and has recently co-authored a report on the consequences of digitization for the German labor market.
Dr. Ingrid Haegele
Silvia Castro is a Ph.D candidate at the University of Munich (LMU). She studies how group dynamics and social pressure affect information sharing and team behavior. She has experience running large field experiments in firms both in developing and developed countries.
Ingrid Haegele is an Assistant Professor at the University of Munich (LMU). She received her PhD in Economics from the University of California, Berkeley. She studies how organizational design affects internal talent mobility, labor market outcomes, and long-term inequality. In her research, she collaborates with large companies to provide new data-driven insights on the role of organizations.