Faculty, Department of Economics
Benjamin Enke's research is in behavioral and experimental economics, cultural economics, and political economy. His work focuses on two lines of inquiry. First, he conducts experimental research to understand how the interplay of bounded rationality and complexity shapes economic decisions and beliefs. Second, he employs a combination of experimental and survey-based techniques to shed light on the economic and political relevance of heterogeneity in moral universalism (and cultural variation more generally).