Chair of Economic Policy
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The Chair of Economic Policy analyzes effects of institutions and government intervention on incentives in markets and organizations. Based on a microeconomic perspective and methods from game theory and experimental economics, we are interested in strategic and distributional consequences of governance problems. Current research projects include studies on the economics of conflict, on taxation and redistribution, and on the provision of public goods.
- Short URL: http://goethe.link/econpolicy
We are located on Goethe University’s Campus Westend in the RuW Building on the 4th floor.
News from the Chair:
NEW DISCUSSION PAPER on the role of type heterogeneity for dynamics of efforts in multi-stage conflict (theory and experiment):Konrad, K.A., Morath, F. "Escalation in dynamic conflict: On beliefs and selection."
NEW PUBLICATION on firms' registration policies in online markets when consumers have privacy concerns:Morath, F., Münster, J. "Online shopping and platform design with ex ante registration requirements." Management Science, forthcoming.
NEW PUBLICATION on strategic aspects of alliance formation ahead of conflict:Konrad, K.A., Morath, F. "To deter or to moderate? Alliance formation in contests with incomplete information." Economic Inquiry, Symposium on "Contests: Theory and Evidence", forthcoming.