Research Fellow

PhD, University Loyola Andalucía


Experimental Economics, Behavioral Economics




Benjamin Prissé is a Research Fellow at the Lee Kuan Yew Centre for Innovative Cities (LKYCIC) at the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD). He did a Master of Economics at Toulouse School Economics, then a Master of Neuroeconomics at Maastricht University. He recently completed a PhD in Data Science with a particular focus on Experimental Economics at University Loyola Andalucía. His research interests are visual experiments, online environments, experiments with teenagers, time and risk preferences.

He is supporting King Wang and team on the “Trust Experiments – Measuring Trust in AI as Actions, What Raises and Reduces Trust, and What Innovators and Organizations Can Do to Design Future Trusted AI” project.


  • PhD in Data Science, University Loyola Andalucía (2022)
  • Master of Economics, Toulouse School of Economics (2018)
  • Master of Neuroeconomics, Maastricht University (2016)


  • Prissé, Benjamin., & Jorrat, Diego. (2022). Lab vs online experiments: No differences. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics100, 101910.