Jana Cahlíková is a PostDoc Research Fellow at the Institute for Applied Microeconomics at the University of Bonn. Before joining the Cluster of Excellence and the University of Bonn she was a research Fellow at the Max Plank Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance in Munich. Prior, she completed her PhD in Economics and Econometrics at CERGE-EI in Prague in 2016. Her research interests lie with behavioral and experimental economics, often in intersection with political economy and organizational economics. Jana runs economic experiments to study how social and institutional environments affect human behavior, with the focus on antisocial behavior and group biases.