Wieland Müller is Professor of Economics. He does research in the fields of experimental economics (evolutionary) game theory, industrial organization and microeconomics. Wieland Müller earned his PhD in 2003 at Humboldt University Berlin. In 2005 he recieved a VIDI research grant from the Dutch Science Foundation.
Most recent publications
Habilitation in Economics (German Venia Legendi), Humboldt University Berlin, 2003.
Ph.D. in Economics, Humboldt University Berlin, 1999 (s.c.l.).
Master in Mathematics, Technical University Berlin, 1995 (minor subject: computer science).
2010 - Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, University of Vienna.
2006 - Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, Tilburg University.
2004 - 2006: Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Tilburg University.
2003 - 2004: Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Tilburg University.
2001 - 2003 : Research Scholarship from the German Science Foundation (DFG).
Visiting Scholar, Department of Economics, New York University.
1996 - 2000: Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, Humboldt University Berlin.
1993 - 1995: Teaching Assistant, Technical University Berlin.
Most recent publications
- Building Cooperation in Repeated Games with Hidden Information: An Experimental Study (with Melis Kartal and James Tremewan)
- Consistency and Stationarity of Individual Time Preferences (with Syngjoo Choi, Shachar Kariv, and Dan Silverman)
- Cooperation in Indenitely Repeated Games of Strategic Complements and Substitutes (with Ayse Gul Mermer and Sigrid Suetens)
- Output Commitment through Product Bundling: Experimental Evidence (with Jeroen Hinloopen and
- Who is (More) Rational? (with Syngjoo Choi, Shachar Kariv, and Dan Silverman)
- Exclusive dealing in the lab (with Jan Boone and Sigrid Suetens)
- Bertrand competition with asymmetric costs: Experimental evidence (with Jan Boone and Amrita Chaudhuri)
- Bundling: Experimental Evidence (with Jeroen Hinloopen and Hans-Theo Normann)
2016: Schmölders Prize of the field committee ?Social Sciences? of the Verein für Socialpolitik for the paper "Who is (more) rational?" (American Economic Review 104 (2014), 1518-1550) coauthored by Syngjoo Choi, Shachar Kariv, and Dan Silverman
Member Editorial Board, Experimental Economics
Member Editorial Board, Journal of the Economic Science Association
Member of the scientific advisory board of the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin)
2005 - 2009: Dutch Science Foundation (NWO): VIDI grant (ca. 649,000 euro).
2001 - 2003: Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, Research Fellowship, DFG grants Mu 1631/1-1 and Mu 1631/1-3.
2000: Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, Sequential markets: Experimental tests, DFG grants Mu 1631/1-2 and Mu1631/1-4.
2000: Heinz Sauermann Prize for Experimental Economics (from the German Society for Experimental Economics, GEW)
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