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Philipp Renner
Philipp Renner
Senior Lecturer, Department of Economics, Lancaster University
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A polynomial optimization approach to principal–agent problems
P Renner, K Schmedders
Econometrica 83 (2), 729-769, 2015
382015
Finding all pure‐strategy equilibria in games with continuous strategies
KL Judd, P Renner, K Schmedders
Quantitative Economics 3 (2), 289-331, 2012
222012
Machine learning for dynamic incentive problems
P Renner, S Scheidegger
Available at SSRN 3282487, 2018
132018
Computing all solutions to polynomial equations in economics
F Kubler, P Renner, K Schmedders
Handbook of Computational Economics 3, 599-652, 2014
122014
Computing generalized Nash equilibria by polynomial programming
E Couzoudis, P Renner
Mathematical Methods of Operations Research 77, 459-472, 2013
112013
Dynamic Principal–Agent Models
P Renner, K Schmedders
Lancaster University, Department of Economics, 2017
7*2017
Optimal Dynamic Fiscal Policy with Endogenous Debt Limits
KL Judd, P Renner, S Scheidegger, S Yeltekin
Working Paper, 2016
22016
Quantity precommitment and bertrand competition: A dynamic games approach
P Renner
Available at SSRN 2560641, 2015
12015
An augmented first-order approach for incentive problems
P Renner
Lancaster University, Department of Economics, 2020
2020
Optimal Dynamic Fiscal Policy with Endogenous Debt Limits
Y Cai, S Scheidegger, S Yeltekin, P Renner, K Judd
2017 Meeting Papers, 2017
2017
New and Revised Results for'Building Reputation for Contract Renewal: Implications for Performance Dynamics and Contract Duration'
V Kummer, M Meusel, P Renner, K Schmedders
Swiss Finance Institute Research Paper, 2016
2016
Applications of algebraic geometry in economics
PJ Renner
ETH Zurich, 2013
2013
A tractable framework for analyzing a class of nonstationary Markov models 1289 Michael P. Leung Equilibrium computation in discrete network games …
R Hai, D Krueger, A Postlewaite, P Renner, K Schmedders, C Bayer, ...
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