Dr Mike Felgenhauer
Profiles

Dr Mike Felgenhauer

Associate Professor (Senior Lecturer) in Economics

Plymouth Business School (Faculty of Business)

Qualifications

Detailed information about me and my research can be found on my personal homepage.

Teaching interests

Microeconomics and its applications

Key publications are highlighted

Journals
Articles
Felgenhauer M & Loerke P 2017 'Bayesian persuasion with private experimentation' International Economic Review 58, (3) 829-856 , DOI PEARL
Felgenhauer M & Schulte E 2017 'Preselection and expert advice' International Journal of Game Theory 46, (3) 693-714 , DOI PEARL
Felgenhauer M & Schulte E 2014 'Strategic private experimentation' American Economic Journal: Microeconomics 6, (4) 74-105
Felgenhauer M 2013 'Informational and monetary lobbying: expert politicians, good decisions?' Journal of Public Economic Theory 15, (1) 125-155 , DOI
Felgenhauer M & Dang TV 2012 'Information provision in over-the-counter markets' Journal of Financial Intermediation 21, (1) 79-96 , DOI
Felgenhauer M 2012 'Revealing information in electoral competition' Public Choice 153, (1-2) 55-68 , DOI
Felgenhauer M 2010 'Transparency and special interests' Economics Letters 106, (1) 4-7 , DOI
Felgenhauer M & Grüner HP 2008 'Committees and Special Interests' Journal of Public Economic Theory 10, (2) 219-243 , DOI
Felgenhauer M 2007 'A sheriff, two bullets and three problems' Public Choice 130, (3) 347-362
Felgenhauer M 2007 'A sheriff, two bullets and three problems' Public Choice 130, (3-4) 347-362 , DOI
Felgenhauer M & Grüner HP 2007 'Distortionary lobbying' Economics of Governance 8, (3) 181-195 , DOI
Felgenhauer M 2007 'Policy Bias Equivalence under Common Agency' Journal of Economics 90, (3) 295-312 , DOI