Sebastian Tebbe


Sebastian’s primary research interest lies at the intersection of public and behavioural economics, with a focus on environmental applications. At present, he is particularly interested in the nature of peer effects in the diffusion of electric vehicles in Sweden. The aim of this research is to progress on the main determinants to adopt an electric vehicle and how that informs policy design. His secondary research interest lies within the area of behavioral game theory. Within this field, he is particularly interested in how psychological biases in economically-relevant situations can influence the coordination and cooperating behavior of people.