Portrait of Prof. Dr. Hans-Theo Normann

Prof. Dr. Hans-Theo Normann

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Prof. Dr. Hans-Theo Normann is Professor of Game Theory and Experimental Economic Research at DICE and Partner of DICE Consult. He is co-editor of the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization and the Journal of Industrial Economics.

His main interest lies in industrial economics and competition, especially in the application of laboratory experiments to competition policy issues. He has lectured on this research at various competition authorities such as the US Department of Justice and the Directorate General for Competition in Brussels. Hans-Theo has written more than 50 scientific papers, including articles in international journals such as International Economic Review, Economic Journal, RAND Journal of Economics and Games and Economic Behavior.

2003
Habilitation, Humboldt University Berlin

1996
Doctorate, European University Institute (EUI), Florence, Italy

1992
MSc (Diplom Volkswirt), University of Freiburg



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2019
Fischer, C. and H.-T. Normann (2019), Collusion and Bargaining in Asymmetric Cournot Duopoly—An experiment, European Economic Review, 111, 360-379.

2018
Benndorf, V. and H.-T. Normann (2018), The Willingness to Sell Personal Data, Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 120 (4), 1260-1278.

2017
Möllers, C., H.-T. Normann and C. M. Snyder (2017), Communication in Vertical Markets: Experimental Evidence, International Journal of Industrial Organization, 50, 214-258.

2016
Heinz, M., H.-T. Normann and H. Rau (2016), How Competitiveness May Cause a Gender Wage Gap: Experimental Evidence, European Economic Review, 90, 336–349.

2014
Fonseca, M. A. and H.-T. Normann (2014), Endogenous Cartel Formation: Experimental Evidence Economics Letters, 125, 223–225.

Hinloopen, J., W. Müller and H.-T. Normann (2014), Output Commitment Through Product Bundling—Experimental Evidence, European Economic Review, 65, 164-180.

Tan, E. and H.-T. Normann (2014), The Effects of Cartel Policy: Evidence from the German Cable Industry, Industrial and Corporate Change, 23(4), 1037-1057.