Christoph Henking


Coming from Germany, I completed my BSc at the University of Konstanz in the south of the country. Since then, I have become excited to bridge academic research and its real-world implications, having gained work experience at the World Health Organization and in public sector consulting. I believe that the disciplines of social psychology and behavioural economics should have a confident voice in the research of large societal issues - such as the perceptions and consequences of economic inequality. Now, I am looking to work in consulting or public policy, and plan to pursue a Ph.D. in the near future.


The psychological implications of economic inequality: Understanding the roles of social trust and individual perceptions.

Supervisor: Jennifer Sheehy-Skeffington

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