Rothe, Jorn

Dr Jorn Rothe  

Department

Position held

Director of Studies

 

Experience keywords:

decision theory; economics of strategy in business; game theory; industry analysis; microeconomic theory

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Dr Rothe works in game theory, i.e. the formal analysis of strategic interaction. Game theory proceeds by constructing mathematical models of strategic decision problems. In this way game theory subjects strategic reasoning to rigorous analysis and contributes to a clarification of strategic thinking. Dr Rothe's main interest is the conceptual basis of game theory. In particular, his work combines concepts of risk and uncertainty with strategic equilibrium concepts. The relevance of this approach lies in the fact that it provides a robustness analysis of strategic concepts.

Contact Points

LSE phone number:

+44 (0)20 7955 7631

Publications

2011

Rothe, Jorn (2011) Uncertainty aversion and equilibrium in extensive games In: Petrosyan, Leon A. and Zenkevich, Nikolay A., (eds.) Contributions to Game Theory and Management, Vol Iv: the Fourth International Conference Game Theory and Management June 28-30,. Contributions to game theory and management (IV). St Petersburg University, St Petersburg, Russia, 389-406. ISBN 9785992400694

2010

Rothe, Jorn (2010) Uncertainty aversion and equilibrium in normal form games In: Petrosyan, Leon A. and Zenkevich, Nikolay A., (eds.) Contributions to Game Theory and Management, Vol Iii: the Third International Conference Game Theory and Management June 24-26,. Contributions to game theory and management (III). St Petersburg University, St Petersburg, Russia, 342-367. ISBN 9785992400526

2009

Rothe, Jorn (2009) Uncertainty aversion and equilibrium In: Petrosyan, Leon A. and Zenkevich, Nikolay A., (eds.) Contributions to Game Theory and Management, Vol Ii: the Second International Conference Game Theory and Management. Contributions to game theory and management (II). St Petersburg University, St Petersburg, Russia, 363-382. ISBN 9785992400205

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