Partner

Prof. Dr. Florian Heiss

  • Ökonometrie

  • Mikroökonometrie

  • Numerische Verfahren

Lehrstuhl für Statistik and Ökonometrie

Prof. Dr. Philipp Zahn

  • Mechanism Design und Spieltheorie

  • Verhaltensökonomik

  • Experimentaldesign

Philipp's persönliche Webseite

Dr. Evguenia Sprits

Prof. Dr. Neil Ghani

  • Mathematik

  • Design von Programmiersprachen

  • Open Games

Neil's persönliche Webseite

MSP Group (Mathematically Structured Programming)

Dr. Jules Hedges

  • Open Games

  • Mathematik

  • Informatik

Jules persönlicher Webblog

Dr. Renée Menéndez

Renee's persönlicher Webblog

Publikationen

Uncertainty Quantification and Global Sensitivity Analysis for Economic Models

(2019), Quantitative Economics, (preprint), Bruno Sudret, Stefano Marelli, Daniel Harenberg, Viktor Winschel

Compositional Game Theory 

(2018), Logic in Computer Science, (preprint) Neil Ghani, Jules Hedges, Viktor Winschel, Philipp Zahn

Higher-Order Decision Theory

(2017) Algorithmic Decision Theory, (preprint), Evguenia Winschel, Philipp Zahn, Jules Hedges, Paulo Oliva

Selection Equilibria in Higher Order Games

(2016), Practical Aspects of Declarative Languages, (preprint),  Philipp Zahn, Jules Hedges, Paulo Oliva, Viktor Winschel, Evguenia Sprit

Coalgebraic Analysis of Subgame-perfect Equilibria in Infinite Games without Discounting

(2015), Mathematical Structures in Computer Science, Samson Abramsky, Viktor Winschel

Solving, Estimating and Selecting Nonlinear Dynamic Models without the Curse of Dimensionality

(2010) Econometrica, Markus Krätzig, Viktor Winschel

Likelihood Approximation by Numerical Integration on Sparse Grids

(2008) Journal of Econometrics, Florian Heiss, Viktor Winschel

Public Deficits and Borrowing Costs: The Missing Half of the Market Discipline

(2001), Journal of Public Finance and Public Choice, Friedrich Heinemann, Viktor Winschel

A Coalgebraic Semantics of Compositional Games in Economics

(2013), arXiV, Achim Blumensath, Viktor Winschel

The Empirical Analysis of Exchange Rate Regimes and Nonlinear Structural Econometrics

(2005), PhD Thesis university of Mannheim, Viktor Winschel

 

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