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Professor Simon Weidenholzer

Professor
Department of Economics
Professor Simon Weidenholzer
  • Email

  • Telephone

    +44 (0) 1206 872731

  • Location

    5B.210, Colchester Campus

  • Academic support hours

    Thursday 10.30 - 12.00.

Research and professional activities

Research interests

Behavioural Economics

Industrial Organisation

Evolutionary Game Theory

Teaching and supervision

  • Introductory Microeconomics (EC402)

  • MREs Microeconomics (EC403)

  • Microeconomics (EC903)

Publications

Journal articles (13)

Apesteguia, J., Huck, S., Oechssler, J., Weidenholzer, E. and Weidenholzer, S., (2018). Imitation of Peers in Children and Adults. Games. 9 (1), 11-11

Pin, P., Weidenholzer, E. and Weidenholzer, S., (2017). Constrained mobility and the evolution of efficient outcomes. Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control. 82 (C), 165-175

Friedman, D., Huck, S., Oprea, R. and Weidenholzer, S., (2015). From imitation to collusion: Long-run learning in a low-information environment. Journal of Economic Theory. 155 (C), 185-205

Alós-Ferrer, C. and Weidenholzer, S., (2014). Imitation and the role of information in overcoming coordination failures. Games and Economic Behavior. 87 (C), 397-411

Staudigl, M. and Weidenholzer, S., (2014). Constrained interactions and social coordination. Journal of Economic Theory. 152 (1), 41-63

Nermuth, M., Pasini, G., Pin, P. and Weidenholzer, S., (2013). The informational divide. Games and Economic Behavior. 78 (1), 21-30

Weidenholzer, S., (2012). Long-run equilibria, dominated strategies, and local interactions. Games and Economic Behavior. 75 (2), 1014-1024

Janssen, M., Pichler, P. and Weidenholzer, S., (2011). Oligopolistic markets with sequential search and production cost uncertainty. The RAND Journal of Economics. 42 (3), 444-470

Weidenholzer, S., (2010). Coordination Games and Local Interactions: A Survey of the Game Theoretic Literature. Games. 1 (4), 551-585

Alós-Ferrer, C. and Weidenholzer, S., (2008). Contagion and efficiency. Journal of Economic Theory. 143 (1), 251-274

Alós-Ferrer, C. and Weidenholzer, S., (2008). Erratum to “Partial bandwagon effects and local interactions” [Games Econ. Behav. 61 (2007) 179–197]. Games and Economic Behavior. 62 (1), 325-325

Alós-Ferrer, C. and Weidenholzer, S., (2007). Partial bandwagon effects and local interactions. Games and Economic Behavior. 61 (2), 179-197

Alós-Ferrer, C. and Weidenholzer, S., (2006). Imitation, local interactions, and efficiency. Economics Letters. 93 (2), 163-168

Conferences (1)

Staudigl, M. and Weidenholzer, S., (2013). Constrained Interactions and Social Coordination

Reports and Papers (6)

Alós-Ferrer, C. and Weidenholzer, S., Imitation and the Role of Information in Overcoming Coordination Failures

Cui, Z. and Weidenholzer, S., (2018). Lock-in through passive connections

Staudigl, M. and Weidenholzer, S., (2014). Constrained Interactions and Social Coordination

Friedman, D., Huck, S., Oprea, R. and Weidenholzer, S., (2012). From Imitation to Collusion: Long-run Learning in a Low-Information Environment

Staudigl, M. and Weidenholzer, S., (2010). Constrained Interactions and Social Coordination

Nermuth, M., Pasini, G., Pin, P. and Weidenholzer, S., (2009). Price Dispersion, Search Externalities, and the Digital Divide

Scholarly Editions (14)

Friedman, D., Huck, S., Oprea, R. and Weidenholzer, S., From Imitation to Collusion: Long-run Learning in a Low-Information Environment

Jiang, G. and Weidenholzer, S., Local Interactions under Switching Costs

Weidenholzer, S., Long-run equilibria, dominated strategies, and local interactions

Janssen, M., Pichler, P. and Weidenholzer, S., Sequential Search with Incompletely Informed Consumers: Theory and Evidence from Retail Gasoline Markets

Apesteguia, J., Huck, S., Oechssler, J. and Weidenholzer, S., Imitation and the Evolution of Walrasian Behavior: Theoretically Fragile but Behaviorally Robust

Pasini, G., Pin, P. and Weidenholzer, S., A Network Model of Price Dispersion

Mengel, F., Mohlin, E. and Weidenholzer, S., (2018). Collective Incentives and Cooperation in Teams with Imperfect Monitoring

Jiang, G. and Weidenholzer, S., (2017). Local interactions under switching costs

Friedman, D., Huck, S., Oprea, R. and Weidenholzer, S., (2012). From imitation to collusion: Long-run learning in a low-information environment

Friedman, D., Huck, S., Oprea, R. and Weidenholzer, S., (2012). From imitation to collusion: Long-run learning in a low-information environment

Apesteguia, J., Huck, S., Oechssler, J. and Weidenholzer, S., (2010). Imitation and the evolution of Walrasian behavior: Theoretically fragile but behaviorally robust

Apesteguia, J., Huck, S., Oechssler, J. and Weidenholzer, S., (2008). Imitation and the Evolution of Walrasian Behavior: Theoretically Fragile but Behaviorally Robust

Apesteguia, J., Huck, S., Oechssler, J. and Weidenholzer, S., (2007). Imitation and the evolution of walrasian behavior : theoretically fragile but behaviorally robust

Apesteguia, J., Huck, S., Oechssler, J. and Weidenholzer, S., (2007). Imitation and the Evolution of Walrasian Behavior: Theoretically Fragile but Behaviorally Robust

Grants and funding

2018

Copy Trading and Financial Risk

Bank of England

2015

Imperfect Monitoring and Indiscriminate Punishment

The British Academy

Contact

sweide@essex.ac.uk
+44 (0) 1206 872731

Location:

5B.210, Colchester Campus

Academic support hours:

Thursday 10.30 - 12.00.

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