Marco Islam

Doctoral Student, MSc

Research areas and keywords

UKÄ subject classification

  • Economics


  • Experimental Economics, Behavioral Economics, Environmental Economics


My primary research interests lie at the interface between behavioral and environmental economics. I am particularly interested in studying the long-term nature of global problems, such as climate change, and in understanding how it affects cooperative as well as coordinative behavior. Besides that, my research focuses on the behavioral aspects of intertemporal choice including issues of dynamic inconsistencies.

Recent research outputs

Kitzing, L., Fitch-Roy, O., Marco Islam & Mitchell, C., 2018 Dec 18, In : Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions.

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