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Dr. Nikolai M. Brandt

Dr. rer. pol. Nikolai Malkolm Brandt

Master of Science  in Mathematical Economics

Bachelor of Science  in Mathematics

Bielefeld University
Department of Economics
P.O. Box 10 01 31
33501 Bielefeld
Germany

Room V8-234

Phone: (+49) (0)521 106 5104
Fax: (+49) (0)521 106 6416

E-Mail: nbrandt@uni-bielefeld.de

Office hour: only by appointment (see here)

Education

  • 10/2010 -08/2016: 
    • Doctoral Student, Bielefeld Graduate School of Economics and Management (BiGSEM), Faculty of Business Administration and Economics, Bielefeld University
  • 09/2012 -11/2012:
    • Research Stay, Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley (funded by the Bielefeld Graduate School of Theoretical Science (BGTS))
  • 10/2008 -09/2010:
    • Master of Science in Mathematical Economics, Bielefeld University
  • 10/2005 -09/2008:
    • Bachelor of Science in Mathematics (Minor: Economics), Bielefeld University

Research Interests

  • Microeconomic Theory
  • Information Economics
  • Health Economics
  • Financial Markets Theory
  • Contract Theory

Publications

  • Brandt, N. M., The ranking and the value of information, Bielefeld, Universität Bielefeld, 2016.
  • Brandt, N. M., Eckwert, B., Drees, B., Várdy, F., Information and the Dispersion of Posterior Expectations, Journal of Economic Theory, Vol. 154 (2014), 604-611.

Working Papers

  • Brandt, N. M. (with B. Eckwert, B. Dress and F. Várdy), Information and the Dispersion of Conditional Expectations (2014).
  • Brandt, N. M. (with A. Szczutkowski), "Endogenous Uncertainty in an Economy with Information Markets" (2012).
  • Brandt, N. M. (with D. Heitmann), "A generalization of Boyer-Moreaux: On Stackelberg equilibria with differentiated products" (2012).
  • Brandt, N. M., "Informativeness criteria: Consistency under transformation of the state space" (2011).

Current Projects

  • Hospital Competition and Diagnostics.
  • The Value of Information and the Prior.
  • Information and the Mixture of Equity and Outside Capital in Risky Investment Projects.

Refeering

  • International Economic Review

Courses

  • Fall 16/17:
    • Seminar "Bachelor Thesis (Economic Theory)"
    •  Lecture and Tutorial "Information Economics" (Bachelor)
    • Applied Tutorial "Market and Information Structures" (Bachelor)
    • Seminar "Insurance, Risk Sharing and Financial Markets" (Master)
  • Spring 16:
    • Lecture "Theory of Incomplete Markets" (Bachelor)
    • Seminar "Bachelor Thesis (Economic Theory)"
    • Applied Tutorial "Market and Information Structures" (Bachelor)
    • Seminar "Information Economics, Insurance Economics and the Theory of Financial Markets" (Master)
    • Colloquium for Tutors in Microeconomics
  • Fall 15/16:
    • Seminar "Bachelor Thesis (Economic Theory)"
    • Lecture and Tutorial "Information Economics" (Bachelor)
    • Applied Tutorial "Market and Information Structures" (Bachelor)
    • Applied Tutorial "Financial Markets" (Master)
    • Seminar "Information Economics, Risk Sharing and the Theory of Financial Markets" (Master)
  • Spring 15:
    • Seminar "Bachelor Thesis (Economic Theory)"
    • Applied Tutorial "Market and Information Structures" (Bachelor)
    • Seminar "Information Economics, Insurance Economics and the Theory of Financial Markets" (Master)
    • Colloquium for Tutors in Microeconomics
  • Fall 14/15:
    • Seminar "Bachelor Thesis (Economic Theory)"
    • Applied Tutorial "Market and Information Structures" (Bachelor)
    • Tutorial "Information Economics" (Bachelor)
    • Applied Tutorial "Financial Markets" (Master)
  • Spring 14:
    • Colloquium for Tutors in Microeconomics
    • Seminar "Information Economics, Insurance Economics and the Theory of Financial Markets" (Master)
    • Applied Tutorial "Market and Information Structures" (Bachelor)
    • Seminar "Bachelor Thesis (Economic Theory)"
  • Fall 13/14:
    • Tutorial "Information Economics" (Bachelor)
    • Seminar "Bachelor Thesis (Economic Theory)"
    • Seminar "Insurance, Risk Sharing and Financial Markets"
  • Spring 13:
    • Colloquium "Microeconomics Tutors"-Meeting
    • Seminar "Bachelorthesis (Economic Theory)"
    • Seminar "Information Economics (Master)"
  • Fall 12/13:
    • Seminar "Insurance, Risk Sharing and Financial Markets" (Master)
    • Seminar "Masterthesis (Mathematical Economics)"
  • Spring 12:
    • Tutorial "Microeconomics" (Bachelor)
  • Fall 11/12:
    • Tutorial "Information Economics" (Bachelor)
  • Fall 08/09:
    • Tutorial "Introduction to Economics for Social Scientists"

 

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