Appointment: Johannes Binswanger Prof. Dr. Johannes Binswanger has been Full Professor of Business Administration and Economic Policy at the School of Economics and Political Science (SEPS) since 1 August 2015. He will continue the development of economic subjects at the Executive School. 1 August 2015. Johannes Binswanger was born on 17 November 1974 and is a Swiss national. He studied economics at the University of Zurich and graduated in 2000. He then started his doctoral studies at the same university and attended the "Swiss Program for Beginning Doctoral Students" at the Study Center Gerzensee. He obtained his Doctor’s degree in 2004 for his thesis on Public debt and pension policy under lexicographic choice behavior: a new psychological economics approach, for which he was awarded the Annual Prize of the University of Zurich. Post-Doc in Toulouse, Associate Professor in Tilburg After obtaining his Doctor’s degree, Prof. Dr. Johannes Binswanger first worked for the European Network for the Advancement of Behavioral Economics as a PostDoc for a year. Subsequently, he accepted a tenure-track assistant professorship at the University of Tilburg. Since 2014, Prof. Dr. Johannes Binswanger has been an associate professor at the University of Tilburg, where he has also been Director of the Bachelor’s programme in Economics and Business Economics since 2013. Political economy, behavioural economics and data collection Prof. Dr. Johannes Binswanger’s research interests are in the fields of public economics, political economy, behavioural economics and data collection. He has a very good publication record with numerous papers in leading journals such as the Journal of Public Economics, the European Economic Review, the Economic Journal and the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. In addition, Prof. Dr. Johannes Binswanger is a reviewer for numerous journals. Executive School: responsible for Executive MBA modules Prof. Dr. Johannes Binswanger has a great deal of teaching experience in the fields of microeconomics and political economy. He will be engaged in the reorientation, concentration and implementation of economic subjects for the Executive School of Management, Technology and Law (ES-HSG). He will also tackle the development of new economic programme formats in executive education.