Last time something on this website was updated: July 19, 2016
Welcome to my website.
I'm an academic economist working at the University of Copenhagen. My research interests include political economy, industrial organization, microeconomics, and applications of game theory and contract theory more generally.
Regularly the last few years I have taught a masters course in contract theory,(*) a third-year elective course in industrial organization, and the course Microeconomics 3 (MikØk3) in the math-econ program. I have also, as one-off endeavors, taught a macro course and a course in health economics, but note that I'm neither a macro nor a health economist.
(*) The course in contract theory will not be offered in the fall semester 2016.
My CV is downloadable here.
Recent working papers
- NEW! "Strategic Gains from Labor Market Discrimination". July 2016. [pdf]
- NEW! "Bertrand under Uncertainty: Private and Common Costs". July 2016. [pdf]
- NEW! "Facilitating Consumer Learning in Insurance Markets--What Are the Welfare Effects?" (With Christoph Schottmüller.) May 2016. [pdf]