Dr. Nils Christian Hönow has started working with the RWI in July 2021. He is a postdoctoral researcher within the research group for prosocial behavior, which is part of the department “Environment and Resources”.
Before joining the RWI, Christian finished his doctoral thesis “Field Experiments on Cooperation Behavior” at the University of Marburg, Germany. In Marburg, Christian was part of the working group for Development and Cooperative Economics and taught courses on Development as well as Environmental Economics. During his time in Marburg, he conducted several field trips for data collection within the SASSCAL research project in the Kavango region in northern Namibia. For his bachelor’s and master’s studies Christian visited universities in Bonn, Trier, Goettingen and Seoul.
Christian’s research focuses on Development, Environmental and Behavioral Economics.
Putting People at the Heart of Energy Transitions
Audrey Abi Able, Kathrin Anger, Jacob Barnes, Regina Betz, Julia Blasch, Ellen Boije af Gennäs Erre, Chiara Candelise, Silvia Caneva, Nives Della Valle, Elisabeth Duetschke, Tessa Dunlop, Jan Fjornes, Winston Gilcrease, Nicolien van der Grijp, Marie-Charlotte Guetlein, Jakob Hoffmann, Sabine Hielscher, Nils Christian Hoenow, Tanja Kamin, Volker Komrey, Jung Lin, Iban Lizarralde, Timothy Marcroft, Primoz Medved, Sofía Mulero Palencia, Agatino Nicita, Daniele Paci, Jenny Palm, Angela Pereira, Ivan Petrov, Daniel Petrovics, Lucia Polo-Alvarez, Karoline Rogge, Basma Samir, Andreas Schneller, Alessandro Sciullo, Andreja Smole, Pieter Valkering, Sonja Wilhelm, Julia Wittmayer