English Intern
    Junior Professorship of Applied Microeconomics, esp. Human-Machine Interaction


    Prof. Dr. Alicia von Schenk

    Sanderring 2
    97070 Würzburg
    Gebäude: Neue Universität
    Raum: 391
    Telefon: +49 931 31-86107

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    Curriculum Vitae


    • Junior Professorship of Applied Microeconomics (Tenure Track) at the University of Würzburg since 09/2022
    • Postdoctoral Researcher, Center for Humans and Machines, Max Planck Institute for Human Development Berlin (2021-2022)
    • Ph.D. (Dr. rer. pol.) Economicssumma cum laude, Goethe University Frankfurt (2021)
          Thesis title: "Economics of Organizations and the Impact of Artificial Intelligence"
    • M.Sc. Quantitative Economics, Goethe University Frankfurt (2018)
    • M.Sc. Mathematics, Goethe University Frankfurt (2016)
    • B.Sc. Economics and Business Administration, Goethe University Frankfurt (2016)
    • B.Sc. Mathematics, Goethe University Frankfurt / Heidelberg University (2014)

    • Member of the Committee for Organizational Economics, German Economic Association (seit 2022)
    • Associate Research Scientist, Center for Humans and Machines, Max Planck Institute for Human Development Berlin (seit 2022)
    • FLEX: Frankfurt Laboratory for Experimental Economic Research (seit 2021)

    Publikationen (mit Peer-Review-Verfahren)

    • Klockmann, Victor, Alicia von Schenk, & Ferdinand A. von Siemens. "Division of Labor and the Organization of Knowledge in Production: A Laboratory Experiment." Games and Economic Behavior 130 (2021): 196-210. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geb.2021.08.002
    • Klockmann, Victor, Alicia von Schenk, & Marie Claire Villeval. "Artificial Intelligence, Ethics, and Intergenerational Responsibility." Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 203 (2022): 284-317. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jebo.2022.09.010

    Zum Peer-Review eingereichte Manuskripte

    • Klockmann, Victor, Alicia von Schenk, & Marie Claire Villeval. "Artificial Intelligence, Ethics, and Diffused Pivotality." Revise & Resubmit at Management Science (2021). https://ssrn.com/abstract=3853829
    • von Schenk, Alicia, Victor Klockmann, & Nils Köbis. "Social Preferences Towards Humans And Machines - A Systematic Experiment on the Role of Machine Payoffs". Revise & Resubmit at Perspectives on Psychological Science (2022). https://ssrn.com/abstract=4145868
    • Eibelshäuser, Steffen, Victor Klockmann, David Poensgen, & Alicia von Schenk. "The Logarithmic Stochastic Tracing Procedure: A Homotopy Method for Computing and Selecting Stationary Equilibria of Stochastic Games". Minor Revisions at INFORMS Journal on Computing (2023). https://ssrn.com/abstract=3748830
    • von Schenk, Alicia. "Predictably Satisfied? Using Data-Driven Management to Promote Personalized Work Environments." Submitted, Journal of Economics & Management Strategy (2022). https://ssrn.com/abstract=3856479

    Arbeitspapiere/Work in Progress

    • Patronizing Behavior in Heterogeneous Teams: A Laboratory Experiment (with Victor Klockmann), https://ssrn.com/abstract=3692973
    • Lie Detection Algorithms Attract Few Users but Vastly Increase Accusation Rates (with Jean-François Bonnefon, Victor Klockmann, Nils Köbis, Iyad Rahwan), https://arxiv.org/abs/2212.04277
    • The Effect of Echo Chambers on Biased Beliefs (with Andreas Grunewald, Victor Klockmann, Ferdinand von Siemens)
    • Algorithmic Institutions (with Levin Brinkmann, Jean-François Bonnefon, Amir Dezfouli, Nils Köbis, Iyad Rahwan)
    • Decentralized Feature Selection and Technology Acceptance (with Kevin Bauer, Victor Klockmann, Jan Zacharias)
    • Gaming the System? The Example of Private Credit Ratings (with Oliver Hinz, Victor Klockmann)

    Economics of Artificial Intelligence, Behavioral Economics, Organizational Economics, Experimental Economics, Technology Ethics, Game Theory