Prof. Dr. Hildegard Dierker

Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS)

 

Biographical Information

  • Degrees
    1990: Habilitation in Economic Theory, Vienna University of Technology
    1974: Doctorate in Economics, University of Bonn, Germany
    1969: Master's degree in mathematics (Dipl.-Math.), University of Heidelberg, Germany


Major Fields of Research

Oligopoly Theory; General Equilibrium Theory


Recent Publications

  • "Are Incomplete Markets Able to Achieve Minimal Efficiency?" (with Egbert Dierker and Birgit Grodal). In Christian Schultz and Karl Vind (Eds.), 'Institutions, Equilibria and Efficiency,' Essays in Honor of Birgit Grodal, Springer Verlag Berlin, Heidelberg, 2006.
  • "General Equilibrium with Imperfect Competition" (with Egbert Dierker). Journal of the European Economic Association, vol.4, April-May 2006, pp.436-445.
  • "Are incomplete markets able to achieve minimal efficiency" (with E. Dierker and B. Grodal). Economic Theory, vol. 25, 2005, pp. 75-87.
    "Nonexistence of constrained efficient equilibria when markets are incomplete" (with E. Dierker and B. Grodal). Econometrica, vol. 70, 2002, pp. 1245-1251.
  • "Objectives of an imperfectly competitive firm: A surplus approach" (with E. Dierker and B. Grodal). Economics Essays, A Festschrift for Werner Hildenbrand, eds. G. Debreu et al., Berlin: Springer, 2001, pp. 59-81.

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