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Martin Friedrich HELL WIG

Martin Friedrich HELL WIG, economist in the field of Uncertainty and Information; Domestic Monetary and Financial Theory; Credit. Fellow, Econometric Society., 1981.

Background

  • HELL WIG, Martin Friedrich was born in 1949 in Düsseldorf, W. Germany.

  • Education

    • Diplom-Volkswirt University Heidelberg 1970. Doctor of Philosophy Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass., USA, 1973.

    Career

    • Research Association, Stanford University, 1973-1974. Assistant Professor, Princeton University, 1974-1977. Association Professor, University Bonn,1977-1979.

      Professor of Economics, University Bonn, Bonn, W. Germany, since 1979. Foreign Editor, Review of Economic Studies, 1982.

    Major achievements

    • Fellow, Econometric Society., 1981.

    Views

    Research interests involve the microeconomic foundations of monetary theory, the economics of information and capital markets. Work on monetary theory concerns the development and analysis of equilibrium models of money, based on precautionary money holding or transactions. Work in the other areas concerns rational expectations equilibria — with and without communication through prices — insurance markets with moral hazard, and the economics of credit and bankruptcy.

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