Christoph Kuzmics

Ph.D. in Economics, University of Cambridge - DCCS Visiting Professor

DCCS Visiting Professor
Professor of Microeconomics at the University of Graz.

Ph.D. in Economics, University of Cambridge.
Full Professor, Center for Mathematical Economics, University of Bielefeld, Germany.


Foundations of Social Cognition and Social Behavior

Research interests:
Foundations of human behavior, Evolution and Learning in Games, Welfare Economics.

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Phone: +43 316 380 – 7111
Address: University Street 15 / G4



In this serie the researcher Christoph Kuzmics explains why Erving Goffman’s work is very amenable to game theoretic analyses and what game theory could possibly add to his work.


  • Kuzmics, C. (2017). Abraham Wald’s complete class theorem and Knightian uncertainty. Games and Economic Behavior, 104, 666-673.
  • Kuzmics, C., & Steg, J. H. (2017). On public good provision mechanisms with dominant strategies and balanced budget. Journal of Economic Theory, 170, 56-69.
  • Balkenborg, D., Hofbauer, J., & Kuzmics, C. (2015). The refined best-response correspondence in normal form games. International Journal of Game Theory, 44(1), 165-193.
  • Andonie, C., & Kuzmics, C. (2012). Pre-election polls as strategic coordination devices. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 84(2), 681-700.
  • Kuzmics, C., Palfrey, T., & Rogers, B. W. (2014). Symmetric play in repeated allocation games. Journal of Economic Theory, 154, 25-67. Journal of Economic Theory, 154, 25-67.

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Acreditado por 5 años

Desde julio 2019 hasta julio 2024

Agencia: Acreditado por la Comisión Nacional de Acreditación (CNA)