Associate Professor of Economics
Moritz Meyer-ter-Vehn is a microeconomic theorist with research interests in both pure and applied economic theory. His research agenda in pure theory focuses on robust mechanism design. On the applied side, he studies dynamic games with incomplete information and has written papers on learning in networks, labor market competition, firm reputation and information aggregation.
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