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Prof. Dr. Hans-Martin von Gaudecker



Contact Information

Institute for Applied Microeconomics
Adenauerallee 24–42 
53113 Bonn
Visitor address:
Lennéstraße 43
53113 Bonn
Phone: +49 228 73-9357 or -9238 (secretariat)


Office hours by arrangement via email


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Netspar Research Fellow

MEA Research Fellow


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Main Research Interests

  • Applied Microeconometrics
  • Life-Cycle Behaviour
  • Labor and Health Economics


Publications in International Journals

Hans-Martin von Gaudecker. "How Does Household Portfolio Diversification Vary with Financial Sophistication and Advice?". In: Journal of Finance 70.2 (Apr. 2015), pp. 489-507.

Hans-Martin von Gaudecker, Arthur van Soest, and Erik Wengström. “Experts in Experiments: How Selection Matters for Estimated Distributions of Risk Preferences”. In: Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 42.2 (Oct. 2012), pp. 159–190.

Norma B. Coe, Hans-Martin von Gaudecker, Maarten Lindeboom, and Jürgen Maurer. “The Impact of Retirement on Cognitive Functioning”. In: Health Economics 21.8 (Aug. 2012), 913–927.

Hans-Martin von Gaudecker, Arthur van Soest, and Erik Wengström. “Heterogeneity in Risky Choice Behaviour in a Broad Population”. In: American Economic Review 101.2 (Apr. 2011), pp. 664–694.

Pilar García-Gómez, Hans-Martin von Gaudecker, and Maarten Lindeboom. “Health, Disability and Work: Patterns for theWorking Age Population”. In: International Tax and Public Finance 18.2 (2011), pp. 146–165.1

Jérôme Adda, James Banks, and Hans-Martin von Gaudecker. “The Impact of Income Shocks on Health: Evidence from Cohort Data”. In: Journal of the European Economic Association 7.6 (Dec. 2009), pp. 1361–1399.

Vladimir M. Shkolnikov, Rembrandt D. Scholz, Dmitri A. Jdanov, Michael Stegmann, and Hans-Martin von Gaudecker. “Length of Life and the Pensions of Five Million Retired German Men”. In: European Journal of Public Health 18.3 (2008), pp. 264–269.

Hans-Martin von Gaudecker and Rembrandt D. Scholz. “Differential Mortality by Lifetime Earnings in Germany”. In: Demographic Research 17.4 (2007), pp. 83–108.

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