Director of Studies, Managerial Economics and Strategy
Faculty Group: Mangagerial Economics and Strategy
Dr Rothe joined the Interdisciplinary Institute of Management, currently known as the Managerial Economics and Strategy Faculty Group, in 1997 as Lecturer in Management before serving as its Deputy Director from 2002. On the founding of the Department of Management he became Director of Studies in the the Managerial Economics and Strategy Group. He is the Programme Director of the MSc in Management and Strategy, and serves on a number of committees in the Department and the School. He is also the Academic Coordinator for the LSE management programmes in the external degree programme of the University of London.
Dr Rothe studied business and economics (and some mathematics) in Regensburg and Bonn in Germany and holds an MSc and a PhD in Economics, both from LSE.
Economics of management
The applications of game theory to business, economics and the wider social sciences
The foundations of game theory
The role of risk and uncertainty in strategic interaction
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