Assistant Professor, University of Munich, Germany
Welcome to my personal website.


I am an Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics at the Ludwig-Maximilans-Universität in Munich.

My research interests include Behavioral economics, Development economics, Experimental economics, and Applied microeconomics in general. I focus on studying various behavioral aspects of individual decision-making in poor and disadvantaged populations, both in developed and in developing countries. My interests range from the effects of poverty and inequality on individual behavior and underlying sources of discrimination, to the role formal institutions play in populations living mainly in informal or transitional arrangements. I have conducted artefactual field experiments in Afghanistan, India and in Malawi, and Internet field experiments in the Czech Republic and in Germany.

Job market paper

PDF downloadSeasonal scarcity and sharing norms


Prof. Michal Bauer (CERGE-EI, Prague)
Prof. Randall K. Filer (Hunter College, CUNY, New York)
Prof. Jonathan Morduch (NYU Wagner School, New York)
Prof. Andreas Ortmann (UNSW Australia Business School, Sydney)
Prof. Karna Basu (Hunter College, CUNY, New York)


Name: Vojtěch (Vojta) Bartoš
Address: Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1, D-80539 Munich, Germany
Phone (GER) : +49 (0) 176 47668422
Phone (CZ): (+420) 732 502 653