The following research projects are or have been funded by third parties.
DFG Project "Competing Combinatorial Auctions"
In this project funded by the German research association (DFG) we investigate theretically and experimentally how competition between auctioneers influences the design of their offered combinatorial auctions.
Project leaders: Thomas Kittsteiner, Marion Ott
Project staff: Alexander Heczko
Affiliated researcher: Richard Steinberg (LSE)
Funding period: 2015 to 2017
Start-Up Project "The Influence of Scarcity in Interactive Decision Situations: Experiments and Theory"
The research project focuses on the question how scarcity influences the behavior in interactive decision situations. It is funded as a RWTH Start-Up project in the German Universities Excellence Initiative at the RWTH Aachen.
Funding period: 04/2014 to 06/2015
Stay Abroad to Analyze Combinatorial Auctions
Cooperation partners at the inviting institution: Marissa Beck, Paul Milgrom
Funding period: 11/2009 bis 04/2010. The cooperation continued at another stay a as visitng scholar 04/2013 to 07/2013.
Training course in auction theory
On February 27, 2014 we gave a one day training course in auction theory at the Trianel GmbH in Aachen.