Peter Katuščák

Postdoctoral researcher, Chair of Microeconomics, School of Business and Economics, RWTH Aachen University.

I am an (experimental) economist (predominantly) interested in questions of market design. In my current research, I primarily focus on three areas: deviations from dominant-strategy play in strategy-proof mechanisms, auctions, and conditional cooperation in public good games.

I received my Ph.D. from the University of Michigan. I previously held appointments at CERGE-EI in Prague, University of California in San Diego, University of Arkansas and Prague University of Economics and Business.

I have published in the American Economic Review, Experimental Economics, Journal of Economic Theory and Games and Economic Behavior, among other journals.

I have taught microeconomic theory at all levels (undergraduate through doctoral), econometrics (doctoral), experimental economics (doctoral) and several other courses. I also supervised many doctoral students.


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