Annual Meeting of the Austrian Economic Association (NOeG)

June 24-25, 2021

University of Innsbruck | SFB "Credence Goods, Incentives and Behavior"

(Un)Ethical Behavior in Markets

There is a heated debate on whether markets erode ethical behavior. The annual conference of the Austrian Economic Association aims at discussing theoretical, empirical, behavioral, and experimental aspects of un(ethical) behavior in markets. The organizers invite submissions of full papers in all areas in Economics and Finance. Especially welcome are submissions that address, among other related topics, dishonesty, lying, (im)moral and (un)ethical behavior in Economics, Finance, and Science.

COVID-19 specific information

Given the current developments and prospects regarding the Covid-19 pandemic, we've decided to hold the conference online. 

Keynote Speakers

Philipp Kircher
Cornell University

George Loewenstein
Carnegie Mellon University

Call for Papers


Paper Submission

We invite papers on the conference topic as well as all other fields of economics to be submitted until February 28, 2021 via Notification regarding acceptance will be sent out by March 31, 2021.

Session Submission

We invite whole sessions (four papers related to a common topic) to be submitted. Sessions from all fields in economics can be submitted until February 15, 2021 to


Given the online format of the conference this year, no fee is charged for all registered participants. Register via until June 20. 

Local Organizing Committee

Rudolf Kerschbamer | Michael Kirchler | Tobias Haller | Rene Schwaiger | Parampreet Christopher Bindra

Program Committee

Loukas Balafoutas (University of Innsbruck) 

Ulrich Berger (WU Vienna) 

Esther Blanco (University of Innsbruck) 

Alexia Fürnkranz-​Prskawetz (TU Vienna) 

Monika Gehrig-Merz (University of Vienna) 

Maarten Janssen (University of Vienna) 

Jürgen Huber (University of Innsbruck) 

Jörn Kleinert (University of Graz) 

Martin Kocher (HIS Vienna) 

Ingrid Kubin (WU Vienna) 

Christoph Kuzmics (University of Graz) 

Wieland Müller (University Vienna) 

Harald Oberhofer (WU Vienna) 

Stefan Palan (University of Graz) 

Rupert Sausgruber (WU Vienna) 

Philipp Schmidt-​Dengler (University of Vienna) 

Paul Schweinzer (University of Klagenfurt) 

Jean-Robert Tyran (University Vienna) 

Markus Walzl (University of Innsbruck) 

Hannes Winner (University of Salzburg) 

Doris Weichselbaumer (University of Linz)

Rudolf Winter-​Ebmer (University of Linz) 


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