Moritz Meyer-ter-Vehn

Moritz Meyer-ter-Vehn

Associate Professor


Ph.D. University of Bonn

Research Areas:

Game Theory, Microeconomic Theory


Bunche Hall 9365


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Moritz Meyer-ter-Vehn is a micro-economic 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.

Selected Books and Publications

Research Interests

  • Methodology issues involved in searching for a model; the consequ- ences of incomplete assumptions; studies of the determinants of comparative advantage; tariff policies and adjustment cost.