Research Areas

The Center for Mathematical Economics stands for interdisciplinary research in Mathematics and Economics and related fields such as Biology and Linguistics.
Its research focuses on mathematical economics in a broad sense, covering areas as
Game Theory, Computational Economics, General Equilibrium Theory and Mathematical Finance and Decision Theory.
Furthermore, our researchers have topics of interest that extend the Center’s focus and currently include – among others – Behavioral Economics and Labor Economics.
For more information on the research areas, please select from the navigation menu on the left or click on the respective piece in the puzzle.