Conny Wollbrant is interested in pro-social behavior and the processes self-control. In particular, he is interested in problems wherein a short term stable preference conflicts with with visceral influences. My work so far explores how individuals go about identifying self-control conflict and what behavioral outcomes might be observed. His current work explores how self-control problems relate to pro-social behavior in strategic settings.
Area of expertise
- Behavioral and Experimental Economics
- The Economics of Self-control