prof.dr. (Peter) PP Wakker

prof.dr. (Peter) PP Wakker

Professor in decision under uncertainty

Full professor Erasmus School of Economics Applied Economics
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
T18-34
Email
wakker@ese.eur.nl
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Peter Wakker is professor of decision under uncertainty at Behavioral Econ. of Erasmus School of Econ. (ESE). He works in behavioral economics and on risk/ambiguity. He has published in leading journals in economics, business, medicine, psychology, statistics, and mathematics. He was the best-publishing Dutch economist in 1994, 1998, 2003, and 2007, and collaborated with three Nobel-prize winners. He is the 157th most influential economist, and the 20463th most influential researcher over all disciplines (Ioannidis, Boyack, & Baas 2020 Table 6). Köbberling & Wakker (2005) is among the 50 most influential papers in Journal of Economic Theory (Shell, Borgers, & Pavan (2020). Wakker received a Medical Decision Making Career Achievement Award (2007), the Frank P. Ramsey Medal (2013; highest award of INFORMS Decision Analysis Society), and an Honorary doctorate in economics (University of St. Gallen 2016). He frequently gives advices on insurance in the media. He is a director of the research group Behavioral Economics. Personal website.

  • Peter Wakker (2010) - Prospect Theory: For Risk and Ambiguity - Cambridge University Press
  • Peter Wakker (1989) - Additive Representations of Preferences, A New Foundation of Decision Analysis - Kluwer Academic Publishers

  • Peter Wakker (2019) - Nicolas Jacquemet and Olivier l’Haridon, Experimental Economics: Method and Applications - Oeconomia. History, Methodology, Philosophy, 9, 193-197
  • Peter Wakker (2000) - Luce's Paradigm for Decision under Uncertainty - Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 44, 488-493
  • Peter Wakker (2000) - Book Review - The Journal of Economic Literature, 38, 638-639
  • Peter Wakker (1998) - Non-EU and Insurance - Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 11, 151-160
  • Peter Wakker (1996) - Time Preference - Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 9, 297-303
  • Peter Wakker (1996) - Book Review - Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 9, 150-151
  • Peter Wakker (1994) - Expected versus Nonexpected Utility: The State of the Art - Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 38, 521-524
  • Peter Wakker (1994) - Quiggin's Rank-Dependent Model - Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 38, 525-526
  • ThGG Bezembinder & Peter Wakker (1990) - Review - Acta Psychologica, 75, 193-194
  • Peter Wakker (1986) - Book Review - Kwantitatieve Methoden, 20, 144-145

  • Peter Wakker (2008) - Uncertainty - Palgrave Macmillan
  • Peter Wakker (2004) - Preference Axiomatizations for Decision under Uncertainty - Routledge
  • HJM Peters & Peter Wakker (1990) - Independence of Irrelevant Alternatives and Revealed Group Preferences (Extended abstract) - Academic Press
  • D Schmeidler & Peter Wakker (1987) - Expected Utility and Mathematical Expectation - The MacMillan Press
  • Peter Wakker (1987) - From Decision Making under Uncertainty to Game Theory - Centre for Mathematics and Computer Science

  • Peter Wakker (2002) - Decision-Principles to Justify Carnap's Updating Method and to Suggest Corrections of Probability Judgments - Morgan Kaufmann
  • DRM Timmermans, P Politser & Peter Wakker (1995) - Aggregation, Rationality, and Risk Communication: Three Current Debates in Medical Decision Making - Elseviers Science
  • RK Sarin & Peter Wakker (1994) - Gains and Losses in Nonadditive Expected Utility - Kluwer Academic Publishers
  • H Fennema & Peter Wakker (1994) - An Explanation and Characterization for the Buying of Lotteries - Kluwer Academic Publishers
  • Peter Wakker (1991) - Additive Representations of Preferences, A New Foundation of Decision Analysis; The Algebraic Approach - Springer
  • Peter Wakker (1989) - Transforming Probabilities without Violating Stochastic Dominance - Springer
  • Peter Wakker (1988) - Characterizations of Quasilinear Representing Functions, and Specified Forms of These - Physica Verlag
  • Peter Wakker (1986) - Concave Additively Decomposable Representing Functions and Risk Aversion - Reidel

Risk and Rationality

Level
Master
Year
2021
Year Level
Master
Course Code
TI159

Microeconomics IV (Behavioral Economics)

Level
Master
Year
2021
Year Level
Master
Course Code
TI1713

Thesis Hub Master Economics & Business

Year
2021
Course Code
FEM61007

Behavioral Decision Theory

Year
2021
Year Level
PhD, master
Course Code
BERMAMC004

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