Erich Kirchler is Professor of Economic Psychology and Vice Dean of the Faculty of Psychology as well as Deputy Head of the Department of Economic Psychology, Educational Psychology and Evaluation, Vienna, Austria. He is elected president of the International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP), Division 9, Economic Psychology, for term 2006-2010.
His most recent research fields include, among others, work- and organizational psychology, marketing, economic psychology, applied social psychology, and educational psychology. His current scientific projects at the University of Vienna are economic psychology, psychology and taxes, and money management in the private household. His work has been published extensively in leading journals including Journal of Economic Psychology, Journal of Socio Economics, Journal of Labor Economics, and Experimental Economics. He has also published numerous book chapters and books including The Economic Psychology of Tax Behaviour, Cambridge, UK - Cambridge University Press, 2007. His work has also been noted in articles of leading newspapers such as Wiener Zeitung.
He is co-editor of Journal of Economic Psychology and, among others, on the editorial board of Journal of Socio Economics, Journal of Personal Relationship, Psychology and Economics, and Economics Research International.
His Keynote address is on:
Psychology of Tax Behavior - Mapping the Field
Further information is available from his homepage.