Philipp Koellinger has joined TI as a research fellow.
Philipp’s research investigates how genes influence economic behavior, and how insights into the genetic architecture of behavioral outcomes can inform social and medical research. He is one of the pioneers of the emering field of social science genetics and one of the principal investigators and co-founders of the Social Science Genetic Association Consortium (SSGAC). His work has been published in leading journals such as Science, Nature, Nature Genetics, PNAS, the Journal of Economic Perspectives, and the Review of Economics and Statistics.
Before joining the economics department at VU Amsterdam, Philipp was previously a TI fellow at the Erasmus University of Rotterdam and the University of Amsterdam.
Philipp has become member of TI’s Labor, Health, Education and Development (LHED) research group.
This summer Philipp, together with fellow Niels Rietveld, is organizing an exciting interdisciplinary summer school entitled: ‘Introduction in Genome-Wide Data Analysis’. Learn more and apply here.