Felix Chopra

I am an Assistant Professor at the University of Copenhagen. I am a member of the Center for Economic Behavior and Inequality (CEBI), an IZA Research Associate and an affiliate member of the CESifo Research Network.

I will join the Frankfurt School in July 2024.

Contact: felix.chopra@econ.ku.dk
Office: Øster Farimagsgade 5, ​1353 København

[ CV ] ------ [ GScholar ] ------ [ Twitter ]

Current research

Home Price Expectations and Spending: Evidence from a Field Experiment

with Christopher Roth and Johannes Wohlfart
revision requested at the American Economic Review

Conducting Qualitative Interviews with AI (new version in preparation)
with Ingar Haaland

[SSRN WP]  [CESifo Working Paper]

Media Persuasion and Consumption: Evidence from the Dave Ramsey Show
[Best Paper Award, CESifo Doctoral Workshop on the Economics of Digitization]  [News: Freakonomics Radio]


Misperceived Social Norms and Willingness to Act Against Climate Change
with Peter Andre, Teodora Boneva and Armin Falk
The Review of Economics and Statistics (forthcoming).
[News: Ökonomenstimme, ZEIT]  [IZA Award for Innovative Research on the Economics of Climate Change]

The Demand for News: Accuracy Concerns versus Belief Confirmation Motives
with Ingar Haaland and Christopher Roth
The Economic Journal (forthcoming).

Globally Representative Evidence on the Actual and Perceived Support for Climate Action
with Peter Andre, Teodora Boneva, and Armin Falk
Nature Climate Change, 2024.
[News: Financial Times, SPIEGEL, ZEIT, Stern, Standard, Welt, Daily Mail]  [Global Climate Change Survey Data]  

Intertemporal Altruism
with Armin Falk and Thomas Graeber
American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, 2024, Vol. 16(1), 329-59.

The Null Result Penalty

with Ingar Haaland, Christopher Roth, and Andreas Stegmann
The Economic Journal, 2024, Vol. 134, Issue 657, 193-219.
[Ungated]  [News: VoxEU] [Slides]

Do People Demand Fact-Checked News? Evidence from U.S. Democrats
with Ingar Haaland and Christopher Roth
Journal of Public Economics, 2022, Vol. 205: 104549.