Nicola Jentzsch obtains a Google Research Award

Personnel news of October 12, 2011

Nicola Jentzsch, research fellow in the department Competition and Consumers, has won a Google Research Award of 47.923 USD (about 35.000 Euro) for her research in the areas of economics of privacy and valuation of personal information. The research project “Incentive-compatible Mechanism Design for Privacy” encompasses two experiments for which Mrs. Jentzsch cooperates with colleagues Caterina Giannetti from the University of London and Ludwig Ensthaler from the University College London.