Chair of Economoic Theory
E-Mail: clemens puppe∂kit edu
Welcome to the Chair of Economic Theory
Professor Puppe has been offered the „Oliver Smithies Lecturer and Visiting Fellowship“ at Balliol College of Oxford University in the academic year 2020/21.
Der Lehrstuhl für Wirtschaftstheorie bietet im Sommersemester 2020 die Seminare „Nudging in der experimentellen Wirtschaftsforschung“ (Master) und „Besser entscheiden durch Nudging?“ (Bachelor) an.
Prof. Dr. Christoph Schumacher is visiting the Chair of Economic Theory at the Institue of Economics (ECON) until november 2020. Since 2003, Christoph is Profesor of Innovation and Economics at Massey University in Auckland, New Zealand and Director of the Knowledge Exchange Hub since 2008. For several years Christoph is working with applications of AI in Economics.In December 2018 he published GDPLive, the worlds first real-time GDP Indicator (gdplive.net). You can reach Christoph at email@example.com
The working paper "Resource Allocation by Frugal Majority Rule" by Klaus Nehring and Clemens Puppe has been published in the KIT Working Paper Series In Economics. An interactive tool to calculate the Frugal Majority Set can be found here.
Professor Puppe gave an interview about the Brexit decision for Campus Report. The interview can be found here.
Unfortunately, Prof. Puppe will not be able to provide detailed reference letters until further notice. For a simple reference letter please contact our secretary with your current CV and the Certificate of Courses and Grades. More information can be found here.
The chair of Economic Theory offers an Exchange Program with New Economic School in Moscow for two students per semester. Information can be found here. If you are interested please contact Prof. Dr. Puppe.
Dr. Veronica Bauer is awarded the Etienne-Laspeyres-Price in Economics for her dissertation "Single-Peaked Preferences - Extensions, Empirics and Experimental Results". The whole team congratulates Veronica on this award!
The article "The Single-Peaked Domain Revisited: A Simple Global Characterization" was published in the Journal of Economic Theory.
The article On Discounting and Voting in a Simple Growth Model written by K. Borissov, M. Pakhnin and C. Puppe was published at Journal European Economic Review.
Prof. Wolfgang Eichhorn, the former chair of Economic Theory, has published his textbook "Mathematics and Methodology for Economics. Applications, Problems and Solutions." at Springer Verlag HD, NY.
The article "Axiomatic Models of Rational Behavior and Interpretations" written by Prof. Dr. Fuchs-Seliger was published at Journal Homo Oeconomicus.
Shortly, the article "Unanimity overruled: Majority voting and the burden of history" written by K. Nehring, M. Pivato and C. Puppe will be published at Journal of Theoretical Politics. An online-version is already available.
The article "Numerical representability of preferences by economic functions" written by Prof. Dr. Fuchs-Seliger was published at Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications (Volume 424, Issue 2).
The article "Axiomatic Districting" written by A. Tasnádi and C. Puppe was published at Social Choice & Welfare.
The article "The Condorcet Set: Majority Voting over Interconnected Propositions" written by K. Nehring, M. Pivato and C. Puppe was published at Journal of Economic Theory.
You will find a book review of Prof. Tangian’s new book "Mathematical Theory of Democracy" here.
In September 2015, Professor Puppe held a course on "Topics in Welfare Economics" at the European University in St. Petersburg.
Professor Puppe held this lecture during his stay at the Centre for Mathematical Social Sience, University of Auckland, New Zealand in Sping 2013.Lecture_File
In the student run magazine: "Karlsruher Transfer" the article "Wählen, aber wie? Eine kleine Reise durch die Geschichte der Social Choice Theorie" by Prof. Puppe was published.
An article about the field experiments at the Chair of Prof. Puppe was published in the Slate Magazine / Harvard Buisness Review. It can be found here.