Team

Kathleen Ngangoué

Kathleen Ngangoué
Role
Ph.D. Student
Department
Competition and Consumers
Field(s) of work
Behavioral & Experimental Economics
Key activities

Behavioral finance, experimental economics, information economics, market microstructure

    Publications at DIW Berlin

    Diskussionspapiere/ Discussion Papers (2015)

    Learning from Unrealized versus Realized Prices

    Kathleen Ngangoué, Georg Weizsäcker

    Lectures at DIW Berlin

  • Vortrag Retail Finance and Insurance - The Impact of Fintech : 10th Financial Risks International Forum
    Paris, Frankreich, 27.03.2017 - 28.03.2017

    Trading under Ambiguity and the Effect of Learning
    Kathleen Ngangoué

  • Vortrag Bilkent University Ankara
    Ankara, Türkei, 10.02.2017

    Trading under Ambiguity and the Effect of Learning
    Kathleen Ngangoué

  • Vortrag Universität Wien
    Wien, Österreich, 30.01.2017

    Trading under Ambiguity and the Effect of Learning
    Kathleen Ngangoué

  • Vortrag New York University
    New York, USA, 18.01.2017

    Trading under Ambiguity and the Effect of Learning
    Kathleen Ngangoué

  • Vortrag Berlin Behavioral Economics Colloquium and Seminar: Trading under Ambiguity and the Effect of Learning : DIW, ESMT, WZB, and TU Berlin
    Berlin, 09.11.2016

    Trading under Ambiguity and the Effect of Learning
    Kathleen Ngangoué

  • Research Projects

    Abgeschlossenes Projekt

    Investors' Expectations: Measuring their Nature and Effect

    Themen: Aktueller Schwerpunkt: Verbraucher und Verbraucherpolitik, Geld und Finanzmärkte, Methodenforschung

    CV - Short Version

    She was born in Brazzaville, Congo. Kathleen holds a degree in Economics (Diplom-Volkswirtin) from the Technical University Berlin Her diploma thesis was titled: “The Impact of House Price Uncertainty on the Real Estate Market: Empirical Evidence of Real Options in Berlin.” Before joining the Graduate Center, she gained teaching experience both in the private and public sectors, and participated in the projects “Innovation Indicator Germany 2008” and “Innovation Indicator Germany 2009”, DIW Berlin. During the Graduate Center she worked for the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology in Berlin and for the International Monetary Fund in Washington DC.

    Fields of interest: behavioral economics, behavioral finance, market microstructure