Jonas Radbruch is a PhD candidate at the Bonn Graduate School of Economics and a Resident Research Affiliate at the IZA.

His research interests are Behavioral Economics, Organizational Economics, Labour Economics and Public Policy.

He joined IZA as a Resident Research Affiliate in October 2013.



IZA Discussion Paper No. 11365

In many natural environments, carefully chosen peers influence individual behavior. In this paper, we examine how self-selected peers affect performance in contrast to randomly assigned ones. We conduct a field experiment in physical education classes at secondary schools. Students participate in a running task twice: first, the students run alone,...

IZA Discussion Paper No. 10546

Agents' decisions to exert effort depends on the provided incentives as well as the potential costs for doing so. So far most of the attention has been on the incentive side. However, our lab experiments underline that both the incentive and cost side can be used separately to shape work...