Center for Interdisziplinary Research
 
 
Poster

ZiF Research Group Workshop

Foundations of Economic Policy Analysis

Convenor: Frank Riedel (Bielefeld, GER)

June 17, 2015

The workshop reflects the fundamentals of economic policy advice. To what extent can rationality-based economic models help to understand concrete political problems? Can such models be useful in answering legal or moral questions? As an application, we are going to place these questions in the framework of derivative trading scandals during the financial crisis.

Confirmed Speakers

Participants

Max Albert (Giessen, GER), Patrick Beißner (Bielefeld, GER), Oliver Claas (Bielefeld, GER), Ghislain Herman Demeze (Bielefeld, GER), Werner Güth (Bonn, GER), Frederik Herzberg (Bielefeld, GER), Ulrich Horst (Berlin, GER), Peter Klibanoff (Evanston, USA), Hartmut Kliemt (Frankfurt am Main, GER), Meinard Kuhlmann (Mainz, GER), Qian Lin (Wuhan, CHN), Martin Lunge (Bielefeld, GER), Matthias Muck (Bamberg, GER), Sujoy Mukerji (Oxford, GBR), Igor Muraviev (Bielefeld, GER), Frank Riedel (Bielefeld, GER), Luca Rigotti (Pittsburgh, USA), Julian Roberts (Munich, GER), Chris Shannon (Berkeley, USA), Lan Sun (Bielefeld, GER), Stefan Weisheit (Bamberg, GER)


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