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Daniel NeururerPhD (University of Innsbruck)

Email: daniel.neururer@otago.ac.nz

Daniel joined the University of Otago in March 2021. His research interests are broadly in the field of behavioural and experimental economics. Recent research analyzes misbehavior of credence goods experts with the help of natural field experiments.


Daniel's CV

Teaching Responsibilities

Daniel's teaching responsibilities include:

Publications

Kerschbamer, R., Neururer, D., & Sutter, M. (2023). Credence goods markets, online information and repair prices: A natural field experiment. Journal of Public Economics, 222, 104891. doi: 10.1016/j.jpubeco.2023.104891

Bindra, P. C., Kerschbamer, R., Neururer, D., & Sutter, M. (2021). On the value of second opinions: A credence goods field experiment. Economics Letters, 205, 109925. doi: 10.1016/j.econlet.2021.109925

Kerschbamer, R., Neururer, D., & Sutter, M. (2019, April). Individual unawareness and collective wisdom? A field experiment on the value of modern communication technologies in credence goods markets. Verbal presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Austrian Economic Association (NOeG): Digital Transformation, Granz, Austria.

Neururer, D., & Kerschbamer, R. (2019, April). The faces of discrimination in service and credence goods markets: Evidence from a natural field experiment. Verbal presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Austrian Economic Association (NOeG): Digital Transformation, Granz, Austria.

Kerschbamer, R., Neururer, D., & Gruber, A. (2019). Do altruists lie less? Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 157, 560-579. doi: 10.1016/j.jebo.2018.10.021

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