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Home | People | Sander Renes

Sander Renes

Research Fellow

Erasmus University Rotterdam
Research field
Organizations and Markets
Accounting, Auctions, Contract Theory, Corporate Governance, Experimental Economics, Fiscal Policy, Law and Economics, Microeconomic Theory, Policy Evaluation, Political Economy, Public Economics


Sander Renes is an Assistant Professor in Accounting, Auditing and Control at Erasmus School of Economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam.
He obtained his Ph.D. at the Erasmus School of Economics before doing a Post-doc at SFB884 'The political economy of reforms'. His research interests relate to information, communication, and incentive problems caused by asymmetric information. Currently, he is working on the mathematical structure of bookkeeping information, optimal taxation, committee decisions, and on his high kick

List of publications

Hoffmann, T. and Renes, S. (2021). Flip a coin or vote? An experiment on the implementation and efficiency of social choice mechanisms Experimental Economics, :.

Renes, S. and Müller, D. (2020). Fairness views and political preferences: evidence from a large and heterogeneous sample Social Choice and Welfare, :.