Labour Economics

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Dr. Renate Strobl
Assistentin / PostDoc
Renate Strobl
Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Fakultät / WWZ

Assistentin / PostDoc

WWZ / Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Fakultät
Peter Merian-Weg 6
4002 Basel

Tel. +41 61 207 23 96

Current position
I am a Postdoc at the Faculty of Business and Economics at the University of Basel, Switzerland.

Fields of interest
-      Experimental Economics
-      Development Economics
-      Health Economics
-      Labour Economics
-      Policy Evaluation

Strobl, R. (2017). Does health insurance reduce child labour and education gaps? Evidence from Rwanda. Journal of Development Studies, 53(9), 1376-1395.

Current Working Papers
Strobl, R., Wunsch, C. (2020). Risky Choices and Solidarity: Disentangling Different Behavioural Channels. Revised version of Wunsch/Strobl ‘Risky Choices and Solidarity: Why experimental design matters.’, IZA Discussion Paper No. 11641. (Revise & Resubmit at Experimental Economics)

Strobl, R. (2020). Background risk, insurance and investment behaviour: Experimental evidence from Kenya. (Submitted)

Wunsch, C., Strobl, R. (2018). Identification of causal mechanisms based on between-subject double randomization designs. (Revise & Resubmit at Journal of Applied Econometrics)

Strobl, R., Wunsch, C. (2017). Does voluntary risk taking affect solidarity? Experimental evidence from Kenya, IZA Discussion Paper No. 10906.

Work in Progress
-      Informal risk coping, risk management and formal insurance in developing countries
-      Determinants of occupational choices of Swiss university graduates
-      Algorithms and recruitment

PhD in Economics
Department of Health Economics, University of Basel

Diploma in Economics and Human resource education
University of Munich (LMU), Université de Genève

28788-01  Introduction in health economics (BA)

10150-01  Labour Economics (BA)

27707-01  Advanced health economics (MA)

40210-01  Reimbursement and evaluation of medical care (MA)

28952-01  Seminar: Bachelor thesis in health economics (BA)

24253-01  Seminar: Bachelor thesis in empirical labour and health economics (BA)