Kiel Institute for the World Economy
His main research concerns Econometrics, Preference, Expected utility hypothesis, Prospect theory and Mathematical economics. Ulrich Schmidt has included themes like Willingness to accept, Willingness to pay and Pairwise comparison in his Econometrics study. His Preference study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Financial economics.
His Prospect theory research includes elements of Decision rule, Stochastic dominance, Loss aversion and Decision analysis. His Stochastic dominance research incorporates themes from Predictive power and Phenomenon. Risk aversion is the focus of his Mathematical economics research.
His primary areas of study are Econometrics, Expected utility hypothesis, Mathematical economics, Prospect theory and Preference. Ulrich Schmidt integrates many fields in his works, including Econometrics and Context. His study on Von Neumann–Morgenstern utility theorem and Isoelastic utility is often connected to Axiom independence and Independence as part of broader study in Expected utility hypothesis.
His study in the field of Cumulative prospect theory and Risk aversion also crosses realms of Reduction. His Prospect theory study combines topics in areas such as Predictive power, Stochastic dominance and Loss aversion. His Preference research includes themes of Certainty effect and Certainty.
Ulrich Schmidt mainly focuses on Econometrics, Risk taking, Demographic economics, Expected utility hypothesis and Economic inequality. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Order and Econometrics. Among his Risk taking studies, you can observe a synthesis of other disciplines of science such as Prospect theory, Overconfidence effect, Actuarial science, Investment decisions and Intertemporal Decision-Making.
His Prospect theory research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Financial risk, Valuation and Developmental psychology. His Demographic economics research incorporates themes from Empirical evidence, Stereotype and Risk aversion. In the subject of general Expected utility hypothesis, his work in Cumulative prospect theory is often linked to Binary number, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Empirical evidence, Inequity aversion, Preference, Loss aversion and Emotional arousal. Ulrich Schmidt regularly ties together related areas like Demographic economics in his Empirical evidence studies. His Inequity aversion investigation overlaps with other areas such as Risk aversion, Risk taking, Reciprocity, Behavior change and Salience.
The concepts of his Preference study are interwoven with issues in Implicit-association test, Sustainable agriculture, Sustainable products, Sustainable consumption and Fundamental human needs. Ulrich Schmidt combines topics linked to Marketing with his work on Sustainable products. His research in Loss aversion intersects with topics in Negativity bias and Anticipation.
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The impact of experience on risk taking, overconfidence, and herding of fund managers: Complementary survey evidence
Lukas Menkhoff;Ulrich Schmidt;Torsten Brozynski.
European Economic Review (2006)
Third-generation prospect theory
Ulrich Schmidt;Ulrich Schmidt;Chris Starmer;Robert Sugden.
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty (2008)
An Experimental Test of Loss Aversion
Ulrich Schmidt;Stefan Traub.
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty (2002)
Paradoxes and mechanisms for choice under risk
James C. Cox;Vjollca Sadiraj;Ulrich Schmidt.
Experimental Economics (2015)
Risk Aversion in Cumulative Prospect Theory
Ulrich Schmidt;Horst Zank.
Management Science (2008)
Selfish-biased conditional cooperation : On the decline of contributions in repeated public goods experiments
Tibor Neugebauer;Javier Perote;Ulrich Schmidt;Ulrich Schmidt;Malte Loos;Malte Loos.
Journal of Economic Psychology (2009)
What is Loss Aversion
Ulrich Schmidt;Horst Zank.
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty (2005)
Overconfidence, experience, and professionalism: An experimental study
Lukas Menkhoff;Maik Schmeling;Ulrich Schmidt;Ulrich Schmidt.
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (2013)
Additive Utility in Prospect Theory
Han Bleichrodt;Ulrich Schmidt;Horst Zank.
Management Science (2009)
Reference dependence in cumulative prospect theory
Journal of Mathematical Psychology (2003)
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