Agne Kajackaite is a behavioral economist and head of research group “Ethics and Behavioral Economics” at the Berlin Social Science Center. She has received her PhD from the University of Cologne and before joining the Berlin Social Center in 2017 she was a PostDoc at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. In her research she aims to understand unethical behavior, particularly lying behavior, by conducting economic lab experiments. Further topics in her research are cognitive performance, gender, incentives, risk preferences, and ignorance. Her research on the effect of temperature on cognitive performance was covered by The New York Times, The Time, The Guardian, The Atlantic and The Washington Post, among others.