Organization profile

Organisation profile

The main focus of our Economic Theory research group is Game Theory, both theoretical and applied.

Research themes

  • Game theory
  • Auctions and procurement mechanisms
  • Electoral competition and voting
  • Development economics and the design of international aid programmes
  • General equilibrium models with behavioural agents

Our members have published work in numerous leading journals and presented at international conferences and seminars.

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auction Social Sciences
asymmetric information Earth & Environmental Sciences
intellectual property rights Earth & Environmental Sciences
remittance Earth & Environmental Sciences
Contests Business & Economics
concession Social Sciences
husband Social Sciences
corruption Social Sciences

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Projects 2017 2023

Natural Capital: Specifying the Value of Nature

Schneider, M.


Project: Central government, health and local authorities

Evidence Base for Local Industrial Strategy Swindon Wiltshire

Schneider, M., Hunt, A. & Papps, K.


Project: Central government, health and local authorities

Migration and technology diffusion

Clifton-Sprigg, J., Schneider, M. & Parsons, C.

8/04/19 → …

Project: Other

Research Output 2004 2020

Global competition dynamics of fossil fuels and renewable energy under climate policies and peak oil: A behavioural model

Zeppini, P. & van den Bergh, J. C. J. M., 1 Jan 2020, In : Energy Policy. 136, 110907.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Inequality and Growth through Creative Destruction

Schneider, M. T., Schetter, U. & Jaeggi, A., Jan 2020.

Research output: Working paper

Aid and terrorism: a dynamic contracts approach with interlinked moral hazard

Roy, J. & Chowdhury, P. R., 29 Oct 2019, In : Indian Growth and Development Review.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle