About this book
Martin Hülsen explores individual behavioral trustworthiness of and within the banking industry in Germany based on an economic experiment combined with psychological instruments. He finds that bankers have a reputation for being untrustworthy. However, his evidence also shows that the true story of banker trustworthiness is more complex: In particular, he explores differences between employees of commercial banks on the one hand and employees of savings and cooperative banks on the other.
- Reviews of the German banking industry and the economics of other-regarding behavior
- Experiment exploring behavioral trustworthiness of bankers
- Researchers and students of behavioral and experimental economics and banking systems
- Experts in organizational culture and compliance in banks
Martin Hülsen studied Business Administration at Frankfurt School of Finance & Management and Managerial and Financial Economics at HEC Paris. He completed his doctoral thesis under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Marcel Tyrell at Zeppelin University, Friedrichshafen. He works as a project manager for a leading global consultancy firm and has specialized in the financial services industry.
Banking systems German banking industry Savings banks Cooperative banks Other-regarding behavior Other-regarding preferences Trust game Professional identity Organizational culture Ethical climate Experimental Economic Analysis Banker Behavior
- DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-22808-8
- Copyright Information Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH, part of Springer Nature 2018
- Publisher Name Springer Gabler, Wiesbaden
- eBook Packages Economics and Finance
- Print ISBN 978-3-658-22807-1
- Online ISBN 978-3-658-22808-8
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