Hans-Theo Normann mostly deals with Microeconomics, Experimental economics, Cournot competition, Collusion and Competition. His work on Oligopoly, Monopoly, Public good and Outcome as part of general Microeconomics research is frequently linked to Commit, bridging the gap between disciplines. The study incorporates disciplines such as Incentive, Econometrics, Predictive power and Hedge in addition to Experimental economics.
His research in Cournot competition intersects with topics in Stackelberg competition and Market power. His studies examine the connections between Collusion and genetics, as well as such issues in Repeated game, with regards to Monetary economics, Cartel, Product market and Affect. His Competition research includes elements of Mathematical economics and Business economics.
Hans-Theo Normann mainly investigates Microeconomics, Cournot competition, Experimental economics, Collusion and Mathematical economics. His Microeconomics research focuses on subjects like Vertical integration, which are linked to Monopoly and Foreclosure. His Cournot competition research incorporates themes from Stackelberg competition, Competition and Best reply.
Hans-Theo Normann has included themes like Incentive, Predictive power, Econometrics and Dilemma in his Experimental economics study. His Collusion study combines topics in areas such as Outcome, Repeated game, Cartel and Stochastic game. As a part of the same scientific family, Hans-Theo Normann mostly works in the field of Behavioral economics, focusing on Sample and, on occasion, Ultimatum game and Dictator game.
His primary areas of study are Microeconomics, Cournot competition, Collusion, Laboratory experiment and Monopoly. Hans-Theo Normann combines Microeconomics and Order in his studies. Hans-Theo Normann has researched Cournot competition in several fields, including Econometrics, Outcome and External validity.
His Collusion research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Affect, Profit, Cartel, Repeated game and Oligopoly. The various areas that Hans-Theo Normann examines in his Nash equilibrium study include Experimental economics and Public good. His work deals with themes such as Best response, Preference and Social dilemma, which intersect with Experimental economics.
Hans-Theo Normann focuses on Microeconomics, Collusion, Experimental economics, Cournot competition and Econometrics. His work in the fields of Nash equilibrium and Monopoly overlaps with other areas such as Inequity aversion and Order. His research integrates issues of Profit, Repeated game and Cartel in his study of Collusion.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Repeated game, Competition are connected with Affect and Dilemma and other disciplines. While the research belongs to areas of Experimental economics, he spends his time largely on the problem of Public good, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Order. His Tacit collusion course of study focuses on Production and Predictive power.
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A within-subject analysis of other-regarding preferences
Mariana Blanco;Dirk Engelmann;Dirk Engelmann;Dirk Engelmann;Hans Theo Normann;Hans Theo Normann.
Games and Economic Behavior (2011)
A Comparative-Statics Analysis of Punishment in Public Good Experiments
Nikos Nikiforakis;Hans Theo Normann.
Experimental Economics (2008)
Two are few and four are many: number effects in experimental oligopolies
Steffen Huck;Hans-Theo Normann;Jörg Oechssler.
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (2004)
Learning in Cournot Oligopoly – an Experiment
Steffen Huck;Hans‐Theo Normann;Jorg Oechssler.
The Economic Journal (1999)
Belief elicitation in experiments: is there a hedging problem?
Mariana Blanco;Dirk Engelmann;Dirk Engelmann;Dirk Engelmann;Alexander K. Koch;Hans Theo Normann;Hans Theo Normann.
Experimental Economics (2010)
Does information about competitors’ actions increase or decrease competition in experimental oligopoly markets?
Steffen Huck;Hans-Theo Normann;Joerg Oechssler.
International Journal of Industrial Organization (2000)
Explicit vs. Tacit Collusion – The Impact of Communication in Oligopoly Experiments
Miguel A. Fonseca;Hans-Theo Normann.
European Economic Review (2012)
Stackelberg Beats Cournot — On Collusion and Efficiency in Experimental Markets
Steffen Huck;Wieland Muller;Hans-Theo Normann.
The Economic Journal (2001)
The impact of the termination rule on cooperation in a prisoner’s dilemma experiment
Hans-Theo Normann;Brian Wallace.
International Journal of Game Theory (2012)
Preferences and beliefs in a sequential social dilemma: a within-subjects analysis ☆
Mariana Blanco;Dirk Engelmann;Alexander K. Koch;Hans Theo Normann;Hans Theo Normann.
Games and Economic Behavior (2014)
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