lic. oec. publ.
Economics, statistics, econometrics, cost-benefit analysis, regulation, behavioural economics
Stephanie Bade has been working at econcept AG since 2006. In her projects, she deals with a broad palette of economic topics such as the costs and benefits of government activities, the evaluation of non-market goods, and regulatory and behavioural economics issues, especially in the context of environmental and social policy. Her track record also includes theory-based economic analyses and qualitative and quantitative empirical studies, in both of which her statistics and econometrics skills come to the fore. The practical application of the knowledge gained as a result of a study or analysis is what makes her work meaningful for her. Intricacy, complexity and changes in perspective arouse her interest, whether these are found in her projects or in Anglo-American and English literature – of which she is an avid reader.