The Research Group on Markets, Organisation and Behaviour (MOB) gathers researchers from the Department of Economics and Business Economics who study economic decisions and interaction between economic agents in organizations and markets. The common theme is supported through a range of theoretical and empirical research methods. Theoretical research for example draws on game theory, decision theory and behavioral economics. Empirical research for example draws on micro-econometric tools applied to field and register data, as well as on lab and field experiments.
MOB is anchored in Section II. Read more about the sections at the Department og Economics and Business Economics.