Bernhard Kasberger

I am a PhD student in Economics at the University of Vienna. My advisors are Maarten Janssen and Karl Schlag. I am a microeconomist with research interests in auction and market design, industrial organization, and robust decision making in games.

I will join the University of Oxford as a Junior Research Fellow at Queen's College in October 2018.

 Publications & Working Papers

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Janssen, M., Karamychev, V., & Kasberger, B. (2017). Budget constraints combinatorial clock auctions. In M. Bichler, & J. Goeree (Eds.), Handbook of Spectrum Auction Design (pp. 318 - 337). Cambridge University Press. DOI: 10.1017/9781316471609.017

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Janssen, M., & Kasberger, B. (2016). On the Clock of the Combinatorial Clock Auction. (Vienna Economics Papers; No. No.1607).

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Kasberger, B., & Schlag, K. (2017). Robust Bidding in First-Price Auctions: How to Bid without Knowing what Otheres are Doing. (Vienna Economics Papers; No. 1707).

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 Presentations & Talks

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Kasberger, Bernhard Welfare in the Market after the Auction; 24.7.2017.
Kasberger, Bernhard Welfare in the Market after the Auction; 16.6.2017.
Kasberger, Bernhard Welfare in the Auction After-Market; 13.5.2017.
Kasberger, Bernhard Welfare in the Auction After-Market; 27.5.2017.
Kasberger, Bernhard University of Oxford; 1.2017-3.2017.
Kasberger, Bernhard Robust Bidding in First-Price Auctions; 13.2.2017.
Kasberger, Bernhard On the Clock of the Combinatorial Clock Auction; 29.8.2015.
Kasberger, Bernhard On the Clock of the Combinatorial Clock Auction; 18.8.2015.
Kasberger, Bernhard Do Auctions Maximize Welfare in Markets?; 4.9.2017.
Kasberger, Bernhard Do Auctions Maximize Welfare in Markets?; 1.9.2017.