Dr Philipp Renner

Senior Lecturer

Research Overview

My research interests lie in computational economics and game theory. I am particularly trying to understand the nature of incentive problems in a dynamic context. These kind of problems occur e.g. in taxation, manager remuneration and insurance. They pose a significant mathematical challenge for two reasons. On the one hand they are bilevel optimization problems. And on the other hand it is necessary to solve complicated dynamic programs.

Platform for Advanced Scientific Computing 2018
Participation in conference

EEA-ESEM Lisbon 2017
Participation in conference

An augmented first order approach
Invited talk

  • Economics Research Group
  • Industrial Organisation and Economic Theory
  • Macroeconomics and Financial Markets