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K.I.M. (Kirsten) Rohde

Endowed Professor

Kirsten Rohde
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Professor of Behavioral Economics

Programme:
Marketing
ERIM Membership:
Associate Member ERIM, affiliated since 2008
Profile

Kirsten I.M. Rohde is an endowed professor of Behavioural Economics with a focus on Intertemporal Choice. She has broad research interests in any topic involving behavioral economics, but mainly focuses on intertemporal choice, a field of decision theory which analyses the tradeoffs people make between the present and the future. She has been working on an often observed irrationality in such tradeoffs: procrastination. She has an interest in developing nudges to help people overcome such irrational behavior. She does both theoretical and experimental work. Other research areas of Kirsten Rohde include concerns for equality and social preferences, and decisions under risk.

Work in progress
  • Gerber, A. & Rohde, K.I.M. (2011). Eliciting Discount Functions when Baseline Consumption Changes over Time. In Tinbergen Working Paper.
Publications (15)
Recognitions (1)
Events (1)
May 9, 2014 Planning or Doing?
  ERIM Research Seminar | Marketing

Visiting address
Office: H12-13
Burgemeester Oudlaan 50
3062 PA, Rotterdam
Netherlands
Postal address
Postbus 1738
3000 DR, Rotterdam
Netherlands
 

Work in progress

  • Gerber, A. & Rohde, K.I.M. (2011). Eliciting Discount Functions when Baseline Consumption Changes over Time. In Tinbergen Working Paper.

Latest publication

Rohde, K.I.M. (2014). Planning of Doing? (2014, mei 09). Rotterdam: Erasmus Research Institute of Management.

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Inaugural Address: Planning or Doing?

Kirsten Rohde shows how behavioural economics can be used to nudge individuals towards responsible planning.

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