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Dr. Simon Schulten

Research Interests

Simon Schulten’s research is located at the intersection of Behavioral Industrial Organization and Marketing. In his job market paper Simon studies how consumers learn from their mistakes in a televised multi unit auction and how the firm that runs those auctions manages consumer learning. His research has both managerial and policy implications. Simon combines reduced form econometrics and structural modeling with causal inference methods from the computer science literature. He is also interested in field experiments with firms.

Curriculum Vitae

Simon Schulten is a post-doctoral researcher at the Chair of Retailing and Customer Management since October 2023. Before joining the Marketing Area, Simon received his doctoral degree in economics from Heinrich-Heine University of Düsseldorf, also in 2023. During his doctoral studies, he focused on behavioral industrial organization. Simon also holds a bachelor and master degree in economics from University of Mannheim, during which he spent a semester studying at Xiamen University in China.


Administrative Responsibilities

  • CEMS Project Coordination

Teaching Responsibilities

  • Supervision of Bachelor and Master 
  • CEMS Case Study Course (M.Sc. level)
  • Seminar in Marketing (M.Sc. level)
  • Introduction to Marketing (Lecture, B.Sc. level)