Prof. Dr. Philipp Weinschenk
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2005 – 2009
Doctoral Studies, Bonn Graduate School of Economics and Max-Planck-Institute for Research on Collective Goods, first advisor: Martin Hellwig, second advisor: Paul Heidhues
2000 – 2005
Studies in Economics at University of Konstanz
Professorship, TU Kaiserslautern
2014 – 2015
Interim Professorship, University of Mannheim
2009 – 2014
Senior Research Fellow, Max-Planck-Institute for Research on Collective Goods
Visiting Scholar, Harvard University (guest of Oliver Hart)
Microeconomics / Mikroökonomik [Bachelor]
Game Theory / Spieltheorie [Bachelor]
Seminar Topics in Game Theory [Bachelor]
Industrial Organization / Industrieökonomik [Master]
Competition Policy / Wettbewerbspolitik [Master]
Contract Theory / Vertragstheorie [Master]
Seminar Topics in Contract Theory [Master]
Seminar Topics in Industrial Organization [Master]
Vertiefungen - Schwerpunkte
Main research interests
Applied Microeconomic Theory, Contract Theory, Regulatory Economics, Behavioral Economics
Soft Commitments, Reminders and Academic Performance (with Oliver Himmler and Robert Jaeckle), American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 11 (2), April 2019, 114-142.
Strong Implementation of Social Choice Functions in Dominant Strategies,(with Sven Krumke, Clemens Thielen, and Stephan Westphal), International Journal of Game Theory 48(1), March 2019, 337-361.
Salience in Markets (with Fabian Herweg and Daniel Müller), Handbook of Behavioral Industrial Organization, Co-Editors: Victor J. Tremblay, Roland Eisenhut, Elizabeth Schroeder, Carol Horton Tremblay, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2018.
Salience, Competition, and Decoy Goods (with Fabian Herweg and Daniel Müller), Economics Letters 153, April 2017, 28-31.
Working Conditions and Regulation, Labour Economics 44, January 2017, 177-191.
Procrastination in Teams and Contract Design, Games and Economic Behavior 98, July 2016, 264-283.
Rater Bias and Incentive Provision (with Daniel Müller), Journal of Economics & Management Strategy 24(4), Winter 2015, 833-862.
Compensation, Perks, and Welfare, Economics Letters 120(1), July 2013, 67-70.
Rebates in a Bertrand Game (with Nora Szech), Journal of Mathematical Economics 49(2), March 2013, 124-133.
Skill Formation under Incomplete Information, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 83(2), July 2012, 209-217.
Increasing Workload in a Stochastic Environment, Economics Letters 115(2), May 2012, 286-288.
Binary Payment Schemes: Moral Hazard and Loss Aversion (with Fabian Herweg and Daniel Müller), American Economic Review 100(5), December 2010, 2451-2477.