Ben Greiner

Associate Professor, Undergraduate Programs Coordinator

School of Economics - PhD in Economics, University of Cologne

Expertise

​Ben's research addresses basic questions of economic interactions in social contexts, such as how groups reach economic decisions or how uncertainty affects cooperation and trade, as well as more applied questions of designing and improving real-world markets and organizations. For example, Ben's work has helped to redesign eBay's world-wide feedback system and to design auction rules for the allocation of carbon permits.

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About Ben

Ben Greiner is an Associate Professor at the School of Economics at UNSW. He works in experimental economics and market design. Prior to joining UNSW in 2008, Ben worked at the Max Planck Institute of Economics and the University of Cologne in Germany, where he also received his PhD, and spent two years as a Postdoc at Harvard University.​

​​For more information (including personal email address), please see Ben's personal website for personal email address. For Undergraduate Program Coordinator issues, please contact econ.ug@unsw.edu.au.​