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Lehrstuhl für Wirtschaftstheorie II

Prof. Jörg Oechssler, Ph.D.

Games

AKTUELLES

 

"A Test of Mechanical Ambiguity", forthcoming, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization (with Alex Roomets). Video of the Galton box: here.

 

Jörg Oechssler im Interview mit dem "Tagesspiegel": "Der Dax ist ein historischer Zufall".

 

"Premium Auctions and Risk Preferences: An Experimental Study", Games and Economic Behavior, Vol. 87, issue C (2014), 467-484 (with Christoph Brunner and Audrey Hu).

 

EconomicExperiments@Heidelberg: A forum of experimental economists at the University of Heidelberg, Germany.

 

"How do subjects view multiple sources of ambiguity?", Theory and Decision, 78 (2015),339–356 (with Jürgen Eichberger and Wendelin Schnedler).

 

"Unintended Hedging in Ambiguity Experiments", Economics Letters 122 (2014), 243-246 (with Alex Roomets).

 

"Hierarchy, Coercion, and Exploitation: An Experimental Analysis", Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 97 (2014), 155-168 (with Nikos Nikiforakis and Anwar Shah).  Hier gibt es einen Bericht dazu im HUMAN RESOURCES JOURNAL blog.

 

"When is tit-for-tat unbeatable?, International Journal of Game Theory, Volume 43, Issue 1 (2014), (with Peter Duersch and Burkhard C. Schipper).

 

"Finitely repeated games with social preferences", Experimental Economics, 16(2) (2013), 222-231.

 

"How do subjects view multiple sources of ambiguity?", mimeo 2012 (with Juergen Eichberger and Wendelin Schnedler).

 

"Unbeatable Imitation", Games and Economic Behavior 76 (2012), 88-96 (with Peter Duersch and Burkhard Schipper).

 

Bericht im Handelsblatt zum Paper über Spekulationsblasen von Jörg Oechssler, Carsten Schmidt und Wendelin Schnedler.

  

Jörg Oechssler im Interview mit "Spektrum der Wissenschaft": "Spekulationsblasen im Labor" (S. 73).

 

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