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Prof. Lang is an applied microeconomic theorist who studies human behavior under uncertainty. In particular, he is interested in uncertainty that cannot be quantified exactly. In addition, he explores useful aspects of uncertainty and contractual arrangements mitigating the effects of uncertainty. As a researcher, he finds these questions fascinating. Matthias Lang has studied communication of subjective information, strategic uncertainty, and uncertainty in contract enforcement. He uses techniques drawn from game theory, mechanism design, decision theory, psychology, and probability theory.
Applications of his work include deterrence of insurance fraud and tax evasion, choices of unhealthy behavior, political competition, research contests and competition law.
Fields: Microeconomic Theory, Contract Theory, Behavioral Economics, Decision Theory, Mechanism Design.
Communicating Subjective Evaluations
European Economic Review, 91, 274-289, 2017
Management Science, 63(4), 1254-1269, 2017
Journal of Mathematical Economics, 52, 134-142, 2014
Games and Economic Behavior, 81, 255-275, 2013
Investing Your Vote - On the Emergence of Small PartiesRafael Aigner, Matthias Lang (August 2013 version)