Team

Renke Schmacker

Renke Schmacker
Role
Ph.D. Student
Department
Public Economics
Field(s) of work
Fiscal Policy
Key activities
  • Public Economics
  • Behavioral Economics

    Publications at DIW Berlin

    Diskussionspapiere extern (2016)

    Welfare Stigma in the Lab: Evidence of Social Signaling

    Jana Friedrichsen, Tobias König, Renke Schmacker

    Lectures at DIW Berlin

  • Vortrag Alternative Geld- und Finanzarchitekturen : Jahrestagung 2017 des Vereins für Socialpolitik
    Wien, Österreich, 03.09.2017 - 06.09.2017

    Welfare Stigma in the Lab : Evidence of Social Signaling
    Renke Schmacker, Jana Friedrichsen, Tobias König

  • Vortrag 6th Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences
    Lindau, 22.08.2017 - 26.08.2017

    Welfare Stigma in the Lab
    Renke Schmacker, Jana Friedrichsen, Tobias König

  • Vortrag 32nd Annual Congress of the European Economic Association - 70th European Meeting of the Econometric Society : EEA - ESEM 2017
    Lissabon, Portugal, 21.08.2017 - 25.08.2017

    Welfare Stigma in the Lab : Evidence of Social Signaling
    Renke Schmacker, Jana Friedrichsen, Tobias König

  • Vortrag (Ce)2 Workshop
    Warschau, Polen, 03.07.2017 - 04.07.2017

    Soft Drink Taxation and Addiction
    Renke Schmacker

  • Vortrag Behavioral Economics Seminar, Department of Food and Resource Economics (IFRO), University of Copenhagen
    Kopenhagen, Dänemark, 24.05.2017

    The Rise and Fall of the Danish Softdrink Tax
    Renke Schmacker

  • Research Projects

    Aktuelles Projekt

    Global Food Markets: Global Food Security - Challenge for Production and Consumption

    Themen: Außenwirtschaft und internationale Wirtschaftsbeziehungen, Forschung und Entwicklung, Methodenforschung, Umwelt- und Ressourcenökonomik, Wettbewerbspolitik und Regulierung, Wirtschaftsordnung und Wirtschaftspolitik

    CV - Short Version

    Renke Schmacker is currently a Ph.D. student at the DIW Berlin Graduate Center. He studied Economics, Business Psychology and Political Science in Berlin, Copenhagen and Lüneburg. In 2015 he obtained his Master's degree in Economics from Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. During his studies he worked as a student research assistant in the Market Behavior unit at the Berlin Social Science Center (WZB) and interned inter alia at the European Parliament. In his Master thesis he conducted a laboratory experiment that aimed to explore determinants and consequences of welfare stigma. His research interests center around Public and Behavioral Economics.