Martin Kocher
Minister of Labour and Economy
Personal: born 13.09.1973 in Salzburg Education: 1993 – 1998: Studies of economics at the University of Innsbruck 1998 – 2002: Doctorate in Economics (Finance) at the at the University of Innsbruck Professional: Since 07 / 2022: Federal Minister of Labour and Economic Affairs 2022: Federal Minister of Labour and Federal Minister of Digitisation and Business Location 2021 – 2022: Federal Minister of Labour 2016 – 2021: Head of the Competence Centre for Behavioural Economics ,,Insight Austria“ of the IHS 2016 – 2021: Scientific Director of the Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna 2011 – 2021: Professorship for Behavioural Economics with Applications in Economic Policy Austria at the Institute of Economics and the Vienna Center for Experimental Economics at the University of Vienna 2011 – 2021: Affiliate (Visiting) Professor, Department of Economics, Göteborgs Universitet 2014 – 2016: Adjunct Professor, School of Economics and Finance, Queensland University of Technology (Brisbane) 2013 – 2015: Member of the Senate of the University of Munich 2013 – 2014: Senior Researcher in Residence, Center for Advanced Studies, University of Munich 2011 – 2017: Director of the Munich Experimental Laboratory for Economic and Social Sciences (MELESSA) 2011 – 2017: W3 Professor in Behavioural Economics and Experimental Economic Research and for a time Dean of Studies and Dean of the Faculty of Economics at the University of Munich 2010: Full Professor in Behavioural Economics, School of Economics, University of East Anglia (Norwich)
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