Vicki Knoblauch

Professor


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Research Interests:  Microeconomic Theory, Mathematical Economics, Mechanism Design

Teaching Areas: Mathematical Economics, Game Theory, Industrial Organization

Education: Ph.D., Economics, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Selected Recent Publications:

“A Marriage Matching Menagerie,” (with J. Boudreau).  Operation Research Letters (2017) 45:  68-71.

“Elections Generate all Binary Relations on Infinite Sets,” Mathematical Social Sciences (2016) 84:  105-108.

Probabilistic Evaluations:  A Universal Representation for Preferences over Countable  Sets,” Journal of Mathematical Economics (2015) 57: 25-27.

“What Price Stability?  Social Welfare in Matching Markets,” (with J. Boudreau).   Mathematical Social Sciences (2014) 67: 27-33.“

Preference, Topology and Measure,” Social Choice and Welfare, (2014) 43: 507-514.

“Topological Interpretations of Fuzzy Subsets.  A Unified Approach for Fuzzy Thresholding Algorithms,”  (with  E. Barrenechea, H. Bustine, M.J. Campion and E. Indurain).  Knowledge-Based Systems (2013) 54: 163-171.

 

 

Contact Information
Emailvicki.knoblauch@uconn.edu
Phone+1 860 486 9076
Mailing AddressUnit 1063
Office Location327 Oak Hall
Office Hours W 1-2 and by appointment