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Meet the Lecturers

Behavioral Decision Making

Kobe Millet is Associate Professor at the Marketing Department of Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. He has a Master’s degree in Psychology and obtained his PhD in Marketing, both from the KULeuven, Belgium. After his PhD he obtained a post-doctoral fellowship of the Research Foundation Flanders (FWO) before starting as Assistant Professor at the VU. He has an interdisciplinary profile and his work has been published accordingly in several academic journals in business, psychology or multidisciplinary. His current research interests include: self & identity in (consumer) decision making; sustainability; prosocial and selfish behavior; irrationality in general.

Michail Kokkoris is Associate Professor at the Marketing Department of Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Previously, he held teaching positions at WU Vienna University of Economics and Business (Austria) and University of Cologne (Germany) and has also been Visiting Scholar at Stanford University (USA) and Nanyang Technological University (Singapore). He has a PhD degree in Psychology from Jacobs University (Germany), an MSc degree in Organizational and Economic Psychology and a BSc (Hons) degree in Psychology, both from Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences (Greece). He also has professional experience in vocational training, marketing, and market research. His research interests lie in the fields of consumer behavior, decision making, and identity. His current work focuses on self-control and individual differences in decision making.