Florian M. Federspiel | INCAE

Biography

He earned his Ph.D. in Management Decision Science from IE Business School and an MSc. in International Management from the same school. Assistant Professor at INCAE Business School and focuses on Management Decision Sciences.

He is also an Adjunct Professor in the area of ​​Operations and Technology at IE Business School, and a member of the Decision Analysis Society (INFORMS), as well as co-editor of the Ask Das column of Decision Analysis Today.

His research focuses on the intersection of theoretical knowledge of decision making (related to mathematical models), and how they are actually done in practice (related to cognitive and social psychology), for application in managerial decisions.

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Rank: 
Assistant Professor
Country of origin:
Germany
Country of Residence:
Costa Rica
E-mail: 
florian.federspiel@incae.edu

Degrees

  • BA - Psychology and Management (Honors) - Bradford University
  • M.Sc - International Management - IE Business School
  • Ph.D. - Management - IE Business School

Teaching areas

  • Managerial decisions
  • Quantitative methods

Work experience

Florian Federspiel is Assistant Professor at INCAE Business School and focuses on Management Decision Sciences.

Before joining INCAE Business School, he was Visiting Scholar of the Operations and Information Management Group of the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business in the USA and Adjunct Professor in the area of ​​Operations and Technology at IE Business School in Spain.

His research focuses on the intersection of theoretical knowledge of decision-making (related to mathematical models), and how they are actually done in practice (related to cognitive and social psychology), always in order to identify possible failures and interventions. to combat such failures in managerial decisions.

He is a member of the Decision Analysis Society of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS), as well as editor of the Ask DAS column of Decision Analysis Today.