prof.dr. (Peter) P.P. Wakker

prof.dr. (Peter) P.P. Wakker

Professor in decision under uncertainty

Full Professor Erasmus School of Economics Applied Economics
Location
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Room
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Telephone
Email
wakker@ese.eur.nl

Latest academic publication

S.T. Trautmann & P.P. Wakker (2018). Making the Anscombe-Aumann Approach to Ambiguity Suitable for Descriptive Applications. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 56, 83-116. doi: 10.1007/s11166-018-9273-7[go to publisher's site]

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Peter Wakker is professor of decisions under uncertainty at the Econometric Institute of Erasmus School of Economics (ESE). He works in behavioral economics and on risk and ambiguity.

Wakker has published in leading journals in economics, business, medicine, psychology, statistics, and mathematics. He was nominated the best-publishing Dutch economist in the years 1994, 1998, 2003, and 2007, and was ranked 90th in the world in the ISI's most cited scientists in economics and business in 2003. He 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).

Wakker frequently gives advices on insurance in the media.

Wakker is a director of the research group Behavioral Economics.

  • Full Professor

    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    Erasmus School of Economics
    Department
    Applied Economics
    Country
    The Netherlands
    Telephone
  • Journal of Risk and Uncertainty

    Role
    Editor
    Start Date
    Jan/1992

    Theory and Decision

    Role
    Associate Editor
    • Gosse Alserda

      Choices in Pension Management

    • Irrationality: What, Why and How

      Zhihua Li

      Irrationality: What, Why and How

    • Behavioral Strategy: Strategic Consensus, Power and Networks

      Murat Tarakci

      Behavioral Strategy: Strategic Consensus, Power and Networks

    • Deal or No Deal? Decision Making under Risk in a Large-Stake TV Game Show and Related Experiments

      Martijn van den Assem

      Deal or No Deal? Decision Making under Risk in a Large-Stake TV Game Show and Related Experiments