Hagen, Martin Norbert

Economics

PhD: Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Office: F5.1

BIO

Martin Hagen received his PhD in Economics from the Universidad Carlos III de  Madrid in 2020. In the same year he joined CUNEF. His research areas are microeconomic theory and, specifically, mechanism design. He has a particular interest in applying game theory to asylum policy and refugee allocation in the European Union.

Research Ids:

Orcid: 0000-0003-4710-423X

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Education

PhD Economics, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (2020).

MSc Economic Analysis, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (2016).

BA Socio-economics, FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany (2014).

Research Interests

Microeconomic theory, mechanism design, migration policy

Career

Teaching Assistant, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, 2015-2020.

Teaching Assistant, FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg, 2011-2013.

Research Assistant, Institute for Employment Research (IAB), Nuremberg, Germany, October 2012- December 2013.

Publications in Scientific Journals

Hagen, Martin: “Collusion-proof and fair auctions”, Economics Letters, 185, Art. 108682, 2019.

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