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Peter Bednarik

Dr.rer.nat. Peter Bednarik
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CV

since 2017
Assistant professor (Vienna University of Economics and Business)
2016-2017
Assistant professor (University of Vienna)
2015-2018
Postdoctoral Research Scholar (IIASA Laxenburg)
2014
Dr. (PhD) in "Behavior and Cognition", University of Goettingen
2011
Mag.(Msc), Mathematics, University of Vienna
2011-2014
PhD student, University of Goettingen
2010-2011
Teaching assistant (University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna)

Researcher Identifier

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Awards and Honors

2008
Leistungsstipendium der Universität Wien (aus privaten Mitteln)

Classifications

Expertise

  • Evolutionary game theory
  • Microeconomics
  • Behavioral and experimental economics

Activities

Reviewer for a scientific journal
  2019 International Journal of Game Theory
  2019 German Economic Review
  2018 Scandinavian Journal of Economics
  2018 Games
  2018 Games
  2017 Journal of Public Economics
  2017 Games
  2016 Games
Organisation of Research Seminar
  2013 First European Student conference on Behavior and Cognition (2013) - Organizer

Publications

Journal article

2019 Bednarik, Peter, Linnerooth-Bayer, Joanne, Dieckmann, Ulf, Magnuszewski, Piotr. 2019. A Game of Common-pool Resource Management: Effects of Communication, Risky Environment and Worldviews. Ecological Economics, 156, 287-292. (Details)
2017 Bednarik, Peter, Hofbauer, Josef. 2017. Discretized best-response dynamics for the rock-paper-scissors game. Journal of Dynamics and Games 4 (1), 75-86. (Details)
2015 Bednarik, Peter, Schultze, Thomas. 2015. The effectiveness of imperfect weighting in advice taking. Judgment and Decision Making 10 (1), 265-276. (Details)
2014 Bednarik, Peter, Fehl, Katrin, Semmann, Dirk. 2014. Costs for switching partners reduce network dynamics but not cooperative behaviour. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 281 (1792), (Details)
  Zhang, Boyu, Li, Cong, De Silva, Hannelore, Bednarik, Peter, Sigmund, Karl. 2014. The evolution of sanctioning institutions: an experimental approach to the social contract. Experimental Economics 17 (2), 285-303. (Details)

Paper presented at an academic conference or symposium

2018 Bednarik, Peter. 2018. Competition Promotes Helping Behavior through Indirect Reciprocity. WU Economics Research Seminar, Payerbach, Österreich, 4.5. (Details)
  Bednarik, Peter. 2018. Game Theory, Cooperation and Competition. Reseach Seminar, University of Economics, Bratislava, Slowakei, 28.2. (Details)
  Bednarik, Peter. 2018. Reputation-Based Partner Choice Enhances Indirect Reciprocity. Workshop on Gossip, Reputation, and Honesty, Budapest, Ungarn, 17.5.-18.5. (Details)
2017 Bednarik, Peter. 2017. Competition promotes helping behavior via indirect reciprocity. Invited talk at Berlin Behavioral Economics Colloquium and Seminar, Deutsches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung (DIW), Berlin, Deutschland, 19.10. (Details)
  Bednarik, Peter. 2017. Competition promotes helping behavior via indirect reciprocity. 68° North Conference on Behavioral and Experimental Economics, Lofoten Islands, Norwegen, 01.08-05.08. (Details)
  Bednarik, Peter. 2017. Competition promotes helping behavior via indirect reciprocity. Invited talk at Arbeitsgemeinschaft Biomathematik, University of Vienna, Österreich, 12.12. (Details)
2016 Bednarik, Peter. 2016. Discretized Best-Response Dynamics for the Rock-Paper Scissors Game. Invited talk at Comenius-Universität, Bratislava, Slowakei, 25.2. (Details)
2014 Bednarik, Peter. 2014. Costs for switching social partners reduces network dynamics but not cooperative Behavior. Spatial Human Cooperation, Max-Planck-Institut Plön, Deutschland, 28.03-28.03. (Details)
  Bednarik, Peter, De Silva, Hannelore. 2014. The evolution of sanctioning institutions: an experimental approach to the social contract. Invited talk at CREED, Center for Research in Experimental Economics and Political Decision Making (CREED), U. of Amsterdam, Niederlande, 16.12. (Details)
2013 Bednarik, Peter. 2013. Effects of costly partner switching on cooperative behavior in human social networks. Invited talk at University of Essex, Essex, Großbritannien, 9.8. (Details)
  Bednarik, Peter, De Silva, Hannelore. 2013. The evolution of sanctioning institutions: an experimental approach to the social contract. Workshop in Biodiversity and Environment: Viability and Dynamic Games Perspectives, University of Montreal, Kanada, 04.11-08.11. (Details)
2012 Bednarik, Peter. 2012. Discretized Best-Response Dynamics for Cyclic Games. 15th International Symposion of Dynamic Games and Applications, Bysice, Tschechische Republik, 19.07-22.07. (Details)

Poster presented at an academic conference or symposium

2017 Bednarik, Peter. 2017. Competition promotes helping behavior. Spring School in Behavioral Economics, Rady School of Management, UC San Diego, San Diego, Vereinigte Staaten/USA, 05.03-10.03. (Details)
2013 Bednarik, Peter. 2013. Costly partner switching in human social networks reduces linking but maintains high cooperation. Behaviour International Ethological Conference, Newcastle, Großbritannien, 04.08-08.08. (Details)

Working/discussion paper, preprint

2017 Bednarik, Peter, Dieckmann, Ulf, Linnerooth-Bayer, Joanne, Magnuszewski, Piotr. 2017. Behavioral experiments reveal how risk perception and worldviews impact common-good governance. (Details)

Unpublished lecture

2017 Bednarik, Peter. 2017. Insights from Game Theory. Guest lecture at Internal Seminar of United Consulting Group (UCG), Frankfurt, Germany, 14.12. (Details)

Projects

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