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Dirk Bergemann may be the Douglass & Marion Campbell Teacher of Economics and Pc Technology at Yale College or university. He received his Vordiplom in Economics at Goethe College or university Frankfurt in 1989, and both his M.A. and Ph.D. in the University of Pa in 1992 and 1993 respectively. Bergemann’s research can be involved with video game theory, agreement theory and system design. His study has been backed by grants through the Country wide Science Basis, the Alfred P. Sloan Study Fellowship as well as the German Country wide Science Basis. Bergemann may be the international editor for the Overview of Economic Research, as well as the associate editor of other magazines, including American Economic Journal, Econometrica, Video games and Economic Behavior as well as the Journal of Economic Theory. Bergemann offers made important efforts to the idea of mechanism style. In his use Stephen Morris on powerful mechanism style, they calm common understanding assumptions that have been prevalent in the first mechanism design books. By formulating the system design problem even more precisely, they demonstrated that simple systems occur endogenously. This offered a theoretical justification for the not at all hard auction designs used in practice, in comparison with the difficulty of ideal auctions recommended by the first literature. Bergemann in addition has pioneered use consumer behavior about dynamic pricing constructions.
1. “Robust Monopoly Prices”, 2011, Journal of Economic Theory, 146, 2527-2543, joint with Karl Schlag.2. “Mechanism Style with Limited Info: THE SITUATION of Nonlinear Prices”, 2011 2nd International ICST Meeting on Video game Theory for Systems, Shanghai, 2011, joint with Ji Shen, Yun Xu, and Edmund Yeh.3. “Focusing on in Advertising Marketplaces: Implications for Online vs Online Press”, 2011, RAND Journal of Economics, 42, 414-443 (business lead content) joint with Alessandro Bonatti.4. “Rationalizable Execution”, 2011, Journal of Economic Theory, 146, 1253-1274, joint with Stephen Morris and Olivier Tercieux.5. “Robust Implementation generally Systems”, 2011, Video games and Economic Behavior, 71, 261-281, joint with Stephen Morris.6. “The Active Pivot System”, 2010, Econometrica, 78, 771-789, joint with Juuso Valimaki.7. “Robust Execution in Direct Systems” 2009, Overview of Economic Research, 76, 1175-1204, (business lead content), joint with Stephen Morris.8. “Info Acquisition in Interdependent Worth Auctions”2009, Journal from the European Financial Association, 7, 61-89, joint with Xianwen Shi and Juuso Valimaki.9. “Robust Virtual Execution” 2009, Theoretical Economics, 4, 45-88, joint with Stephen Morris.10. “The Part of the normal Prior in Robust Execution”, 2008, Journal from the Western Economic Association Documents and Proceedings, 6, 551-559, joint with Stephen Morris.11. “Prices without Priors”, 2008, Journal from the Western european Economic Association Documents and Proceedings, 6, 560-569, joint with Karl Schlag.12. “Former mate Post Execution” 2008, Video games and Economic Behavior, 63, 527-566, joint with Stephen Morris.13. “Details Structures in Optimum Auctions”, 2007, Journal of Financial Theory, 137, 580-609, joint with Martin Pesendorfer.14. “Active Prices of New Knowledge Items”, 2006, Journal of Politics Overall economy, 114, 713-743, joint with Juuso Valimaki.15. “Optimal Prices with Recommender Systems”, 2006, Proceedings of ACM-EC 06 ; 43-51, ACM Press, NY, joint with Deran Ozmen.16. “Efficient Recommender Systems”, 2006, Proceedings of IEEE-CEC 06; joint with Deran Ozmen.17. “Active Cost Competition”, 2006, Journal of Economic Theory, 127, 232-263, joint with Juuso Valimaki.18. “Versatility as a musical instrument in Digital Privileges Administration,”2005, Proceedings of Workshop on Economics of Details Protection (WEIS), joint with Thomas Eisenbach, Joan Feigenbaum, and Scott Shenker.19. “The Funding of Invention”, 2005, RAND Journal of Economics, 36, 719-752, (business lead content) joint with Ulrich Hege.