Dr. Carsten Schmidt
Carsten Schmidt is currently Post-Doctoral Researcher at the
University of Mannheim
and head of the experimental laboratory of the SFB 504,
In fall 2001 he received a doctoral degree in
Economics and Information Systems from
Humboldt University Berlin, where he was research fellow
in the National Resarch Center SFB373
"Quantification and Simulation of Economic Processes".
He joined the strategic interaction group at the
Max Planck Institute of Economics, Jena and lectured at the University of Jena
In 2004/5 he was visiting assistant professor in Information Systems
at Humboldt University Berlin.
Carsten Schmidt is
currently working on electronic market design, information
systems economics and strategy, Internet economics, and experimental
and behavioral economics.
Carsten Schmidt and Ro'i Zultan (2005)
The Uncontrolled Social Utility Hypothesis Revisited,
Economics Bulletin, 3(33): 1-7.
Jan Hansen, Carsten Schmidt, and Martin Strobel (2004)
Manipulation in Political Stock Markets - Preconditions and Evidence,
Applied Economics Letters, 11(7): 459-463.
- Werner Güth, Carsten Schmidt, and Matthias Sutter (2003)
Fairness in the Mail and Opportunism in the Internet -
A Newspaper Experiment on Ultimatum Bargaining,
German Economic Review, 4(2): 243-265.
- Vital Anderhub, Rudolf Müller, and Carsten Schmidt (2001)
Design and Evaluation of an Economic Experiment via the Internet,
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 46:227-247.
- Carsten Schmidt and Rudolf Müller (1999)
A Framework for Micropayment Evaluation,
Last modified: Wed Jun 08 15:19:03 MET 2005