IHS - People

People at IHS in alphabetical order:

  • Aja Ropret Homar

    • Behavioral Economics
    • Behavioural economics
    • Experimental economics
    • Pro-environmental behaviour 
    • Financial literacy
    • Charitable giving
  • Bild Aja Ropret-Homar
  • Aja Ropret Homar has a bachelor’s degree in Economics and Sociology from the University of York (UK) and a master’s degree in International Economic Policy from Sciences Po Paris (France). She is close to completing a PhD in Economics, where she focuses on green nudges and the attitude-behaviour gap in pro-environmental behaviour. She is currently an assistant at the University of Ljubljana School of Economics and Business. In addition to behavioural environmental economics, her (behavioural economic) research interests also lie in charitable giving, financial literacy and education policy.