Dr. Christoph March

AnschriftLehrstuhl für Volkswirtschaftslehre
Technische Universität München
Arcisstrasse 21
D-80333 München
E-Mailchristoph.march@wi.tum.de
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Curriculum Vitae

Academic Appointments

since 02/2016Research Network Affiliate,
CESifo München
since 10/2012

Assistant Professor (Akademischer Rat a.Z.),
Lehrstuhl für Volkswirtschaftslehre (Prof. Dr. Robert K. Frhr. von Weizsäcker),
Technische Universität München

09/2010 - 08/2012Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Junior Position ERC),
Paris School of Economics
08/2007 - 08/2010Research Fellow, IMPRS "Uncertainty",
Max Planck Institute of Economics, Jena

 

Education

12/2010PhD in Economics (Dr. rer. oec.), Technische Universität Berlin
07/2007Diploma in Mathematics and Economics (Dipl. math. oec.), Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena
06/2002Abitur, Königin-Luise-Gymnasium Erfurt

 

Research

Articles in Refereed Journals

"'Do We Follow Others when We Should? A Simple Test of Rational Expectations': Comment" (with Anthony Ziegelmeyer and Sebastian Krügel), American Economic Review 103 (6), 2633-2642, October 2013

     

Working Papers

Asymmetric Discouragement in Asymmetric Contests (with Marco Sahm), September 2016.

Coordinating Intergenerational Redistribution and the Repayment of Public Debt (with Robert K. von Weizsäcker), CESifo Working Paper No. 6075, September 2016.

Pay Few Subjects but Pay Them Well: Cost-Effectiveness of Random Incentive Systems (with Anthony Ziegelmeyer, Ben Greiner, and René Cyranek), CESifo Working Paper No. 5988, July 2016.
(PREVIOUS VERSION: Monetary Incentives in Large-Scale Experiments)

Altruistic Observational Learning (with Anthony Ziegelmeyer), CESifo Working Paper No. 5792, March 2016

Adaptive Social Learning, CESifo Working Paper No. 5783, February 2016.
Revision invited at Games and Economic Behavior.

Even Experts Follow Large Herds: Naive Herding in the Laboratory (with Anthony Ziegelmeyer), March 2015 (very preliminary version)

Do We Follow Private Information when We Should? Laboratory Evidence on Naive Herding (with Sebastian Krügel, and Anthony Ziegelmeyer), May 2013.
(Supplementary Material)

Behavioral Social Learning (with Anthony Ziegelmeyer), Jena Economic Research Papers No. 2009-105, December 2009.

 

Work in Progress

  • Contests as Selection Mechanisms: The Impact of Risk Aversion (with Marco Sahm)

 

Presentations at Conferences

  • Econometric Society, European Meeting (joint with EEA), Geneva (Switzerland), August 2016
  • GAMES 2016, Maastricht (Netherlands), July 2016
  • IMEBESS, Rome (Italy), April 2016
  • CESifo Area Conference on Applied Microeconomics, Munich (Germany), March 2016
  • Econometric Society, European Winter Meeting, Milan (Italy), December 2015
  • Economic Science Association, European Meeting, Heidelberg (Germany), September 2015
  • European Economic Association, Annual Congress, Mannheim (Germany), August 2015
  • Thurgau Experimental Economics Meeting, Kreuzlingen (CH), April 2015
  • CESifo Area Conference on Applied Microeconomics, Munich (Germany), March 2015
    (CESifo Distinguished Affiliate Prize Candidate)
  • Stony Brook Game Theory Festival, Stony Brook (U.S.), July 2011
  • ESA World Meeting, Copenhagen (Denmark), July 2010
  • BGSE Summer School, Bonn (Germany), July 2009

 

Invited Talks

  • Humboldt University Berlin (Germany), February 2015
  • University of Bamberg (Germany), July 2014
  • DICE, Heinrich Heine University Duesseldorf (Germany), May 2012
  • Boston University (U.S.), July 2011
  • DIW Berlin (Germany), September 2010

 

Teaching

Bachelor Level

  • Basic Microeconomics (Lecture): Winter 2014, Winter 2015
  • Basic Macroeconomics (Lecture): Summer 2014, Summer 2015, Summer 2016
  • Basic Microeconomics (Exercise Classes): Winter 2012, Winter 2013
  • Basic Macroeconomics (Exercise Classes): Summer 2013

 

Master Level

  • Industrial Organization (Lecture): Summer 2015
  • Public Economics I (Lecture): Summer 2016
  • Advanced Microeconomics (Exercise Classes): Summer 2013, Summer 2014

 

PhD Level

  • Behavioral Game Theory (Lecture): Winter 2014, Winter 2015