Natalia Bulla studied Economics at Heidelberg University. During her undergraduate studies, she received the Erasmus Mundus grant and spent a semester studying in Poland at the Warsaw School of Economics. She successfully completed a master's programme in Health Economics at the University of Duisburg-Essen. Since December 2017 she works as a research associate at the chair for Experimental Economic Research and CINCH - Health Economics Research Center. Since May 2020 she also works at the Institute for Health Services Research and Health Economics, German Diabetes Center (DDZ) in Düsseldorf. She conducts research on risk and time preferences in the health context.
Fields of Research:
Work in Progress
- Health Shocks, Patient Outcomes and Stability of Risk and Time Preferences. Interdisciplinary Field Study at the German Diabetes Center and the University Hospital Düsseldorf (with Prof. Dr. Dr. Icks, Prof. Dr. Roden, Jun.-Prof. Dr. Kairies-Schwarz & Irene Mussio, Phd.)
- Patient Preferences in Cardiology. Interdisciplinary Field Study at the University Hospital Düsseldorf (with Prof. Dr. Dr. Icks, Prof. Dr. Kelm, Jun.-Prof. Dr. Kairies Schwarz & Irene Mussio, Phd.)
- The Effect of Stress on Risk and Time Preferences: Can Mindfulness Meditation Help? Laboratory Experiment (with Jun.-Prof. Dr. Kairies-Schwarz & Irene Mussio, Phd.)