Moritz Meyer-ter-Vehn



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Associate Professor

Department of Economics UCLA

Los Angeles, CA 90095-1477

e-mail: mtv@econ.ucla.edu



Curriculum Vitae (long) (short)


Research Statement (2014)



Working Papers:

Recruiting Talent, with S. Board and T. Sadzik R&R at American Economic Review

A Reputational Theory of Firm Dynamics, with S. Board

An Inspection Model of Social Learning on Networks, with S. Board

Discrimination in Hiring: Evidence from Retail Sales, with A. Benson and S. Board



Shirking Papers:

Competitive Insurance Markets with Limited Commitment, with S. Board

 


Publications in Refereed Journals:

A Conversational War of Attrition, with K. Bognar and L. Smith Review of Economic Studies, 1897-1935 (July 2018) (Online Appendix), (2013 WP)

An Optimal Voting System when Voting is Costly , with K. Bognar and T. BörgersJournal of Economic Theory 159, 1056-1073 (September 2015)

Relational Contracts in Competitive Labor Markets, with S. Board, Review of Economic Studies 82, 490-534 (April 2015)

Reputation for Quality, with S. Board, Econometrica 81, 2381-2462 (November 2013)

Locally Robust Implementation and its Limits, with P. Jehiel and B. Moldovanu, Journal of Economic Theory 147, 2439-2452 (November 2012)

The Robustness of Robust Implementation with S. Morris, Journal of Economic Theory 146, 2093–2104 (September 2011)

Ex-Post Implementation and Preference Aggregation via Potentials, with P. Jehiel and B. Moldovanu, Economic Theory 37, 469-490 (December 2008)

Posterior Implementation vs. Ex-Post Implementation, with P. Jehiel, B. Moldovanu and W. Zame, Economics Letters 97, 70-73 (October 2007)

Mixed Bundling Auctions, with P. Jehiel and B. Moldovanu, Journal of Economic Theory 134, 494-512 (May 2007)

The Limits of Ex-Post Implementation, with P. Jehiel, B. Moldovanu and W. Zame, Econometrica 74, 585-611, (May 2006)

 

 

Regular Teaching

Generic Syllabus ECON 19 - Games of Strategy

Generic Syllabus ECON 106G Game Theory

Generic Syllabus ECON 106I Organizational Economics

Generic Syllabus ECON 201B Graduate Game Theory

Generic Syllabus ECON 212B Information Economics

Generic Syllabus ECON 421 Incentives, Information, Markets