Dr. Jan Gogoll

Researcher, bidt

Dr. Jan Gogoll is a Researcher at the bidt, whose focus is on behavioural economy and ethics. He has previously worked with the Technical University of Munich at the Chair of Business Ethics and was part of the junior research group “Ethics of Digitalisation”. He works on topics such as autonomous driving, ethical software development, game theory and experiments.


Selected Publications:

  • Gogoll, J., & Uhl, M. (2020). Leviathan for sale: The fallacy of trusting in people instead of institutions. European Journal of Political Economy, 74, 97-103.
  • Müller, J. F., & Gogoll, J. (2020). Should manual driving (eventually) be outlawed? Science and engineering ethics, 1-19.
  • Gogoll, J., & Uhl, M. (2018). Rage against the machine: Automation in the moral domain. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 74, 97-103.
  • Gogoll, J., & Müller, J. F. (2017). Autonomous cars: in favour of a mandatory ethics setting. Science and engineering ethics, 23(3), 681-700.