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Curriculum Vita - Steffen Andersen

Education: – Ph.D. (Economics), University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 2007. – Master of Economics, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 2004. – Bachelor of Economics, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 2001. Employment: – Professor, Department of Finance, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark, June 2015 – . – Fellow, CEPR, August 2015 – present. link – Fellow, CEAR, Mack Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University, U.S.A., August 2010 – present. link – Professor, Department of Economics, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark, July 2011 – May 2015. – Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark, January 2009 – June 2011. – Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark, March 2007 – December 2008. – Research Fellow, Centre for Economic and Business Research, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark, April 2007 – December 2009. – Research Assistant, Centre for Economic and Business Research, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark, June 2000 – February 2007. Visiting Positions:  –Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Stanford, USA, Fall 2011. – Visiting Scholar, Department of Economics, University of Chicago, USA, September 2005 – July 2006. – Visiting Scholar, Department of Economics, College of Business Administration, University of Central Florida, USA, January 2004 – February 2004. Prizes: – Jorcks Fonds Research prize, (200,000 kroner), 2015 – Winner (with Morten Sørensen) of 4 Nations cup. - 4nations.org, 2015 – European Research Council, (1,461,000 Euro), "ERC – Starting Grant: Risky Decisions" 2015 – 2020. – FUHU/DSEB, (50,000 kroner), "Excellence in Research," 2012. – Danish Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (7,975,911 kroner), "Sapere Aude Prize: Research Leadership," 2012, www.eliteforsk.dk. – Danish Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (270,000 kroner), "Young Elite Research Prize," 2009, www.eliteforsk.dk. Grants (as Principal Investigator): – European Research Council, (1,461,000 Euro), "ERC – Starting Grant: Risky Decisions" 2015 – 2020. – Danish Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (7,975,911 kroner), "Sapere Aude Prize," 2011, www.eliteforsk.dk. with Glenn W. Harrison, Kasper Meisner Nielsen and Morten I. Lau) – Economic Policy Research Network (380,000 kroner), "Governance of Pension Funds" (with Kasper Meisner Nielsen); 2009/2010. – Carlsberg Foundation (650,000 kroner), "Eliciting Social Trust in Denmark: A Field Experiment" (with Glenn W. Harrison and Morten I. Lau); 2009-2010. – Danish Social Science Research Council, Grant #09-065449 (2,640,280 kroner), "Gambling Addiction in the Financial Markets: Individual, Family, Market and Societal Consequences" (with Kasper Meisner Nielsen); 2009-2012. – Danish Social Science Research Council, Grant #09-065832 (3,000,000 kroner), "Inter-temporal Choice in Denmark: A Longitudinal Field Experiment" (with Glenn W. Harrison, Morten I. Lau and Elisabet E. Rutström); 2008-2011. CV: 

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