prof.dr. (Otto) OH Swank

prof.dr. (Otto) OH Swank

Professor of Microeconomics, in particular organizational economics

Full professor Erasmus School of Economics Economics
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
E1-13
Email
swank@ese.eur.nl
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Profile

  • Jurjen Kamphorst & Otto Swank (2012) - Geloofwaardigheid in functioneringsgesprekken - Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 97 (4646), 626-629
  • Otto Swank (2008) - redactioneel commentaar - Kwartaalschrift Economie, 5, 1-3

  • Otto Swank & F (Francesco) Lippi (1999) - Distributional motives and the inflationary bias - Edward Elgar Publishing
  • Otto Swank & F (Francesco) Lippi (1999) - Policy delegation and elections - Edward Elgar Publishing
  • Otto Swank & F (Francesco) Lippi (1999) - Policy targets, economic performance and central bank independence - Edward Elgar Publishing

  • Otto Swank (2003) - A rationale for assessments of election programmes - Kluwer Academic Publishers

  • Otto Swank & Ioulia Ossokina (2008) - Adoption Subsidy Versus Technology Standards Under Asymmetric Information - doi: 10.1007/s10645-008-9093-2

  • Bauke Visser & Otto Swank (2009) - Decision Making and Learning in a Globalizing World - European University Institute
  • Silvia Dominguez Martinez & Otto Swank (2006) - A simple model of self-assessments - TINBERGEN INSTITUUT
  • Silvia Dominguez Martinez, Otto Swank & Bauke Visser (2006) - Disciplining and screening top executives - TINBERGEN INSTITUUT
  • Job Swank, Otto Swank & Bauke Visser (2006) - Tranparancy and Pre-meetings - TINBERGEN INSTITUUT
  • Otto Swank & Bauke Visser (2004) - Sharing information through delegation and collaboration
  • P (Phongthorn) Wrasai & Otto Swank (2004) - Policy makers, advisers and reputation
  • Silvia Dominguez Martinez & Otto Swank (2004) - Does electoral competition create incentives for political parties to collect information about the pros and cons of alternative policies?
  • Bauke Visser & Otto Swank (2003) - Do elections lead to informed public decisions? - TINBERGEN INSTITUUT
  • Otto Swank & B Visser (2003) - The consequences of endogenizing information for herd behavior
  • KJ (Klaas) Beniers & Otto Swank (2003) - On the composition of committees
  • G (Guido) Suurmond, Otto Swank & Bauke Visser (2002) - Vanity in politics: a problem?
  • Otto Swank & P (Phongthorn) Wrasai (2002) - Deliberation, information, aggregation and collective decision making
  • Otto Swank & Bauke Visser (2002) - Delegation or voting
  • Ioulia Ossokina & Otto Swank (2001) - The optimal degree of polarization
  • Ioulia Ossokina & Otto Swank (2001) - How polarization and political instability affect learning through experimentation
  • Otto Swank, WA Letterie & HP van Dalen (1997) - An economic theory of policy advice

  • Otto Swank (2006) - The self-perception theory vs. a dynamic learning model - TINBERGEN INSTITUUT
  • Otto Swank (2006) - Transparency and Pre-meetings - TINBERGEN INSTITUUT

Advanced Political Economics

Level
master
Year
2021
Year Level
master
Course Code
FEM11186

Microeconomics

Year
2021
Year Level
bachelor 1, bachelor 1, bachelor 1, pre-master, pre-master, bachelor 1
Course Code
FEB11001

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    Information, Communication and Organizational Behaviour
  • Rutger Kerkkamp

    Optimisation Models for Supply Chain Coordination under Information Asymmetry
  • Than Nam Le

    Trade and Economic Development in a Global Production Network

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