Roweno J.R.K. HeijmansTilburg University
I'm an economist specializing in game theory and environmental economics, global games in particular. While in my JMP I focus on developing and analyzing the class of sequential global games, I am also interested in applied economic theory, such as the regulation of productive activities in the face of an (environmental) externality and incomplete information. Indeed, while abstractly theoretical so far, sequential global games seem to be a useful tool for many kinds of real life situations, including (information) technology adoption, certain types of investment, or participation in environmental agreements. In the future, I hope to continue working on both the theory and applications of game theory and environmental economics.