Dr. Alexia Gaudeul
Research Associate at the Chair of Behavioral Development Economics
12/2003: PhD in Economics, Toulouse School of Economics, with highest honours and congratulations of the jury, University of Toulouse, France.
06/1999: MSc Mathematical Economics and Econometrics (DEA), with honours, University of Toulouse, France.
06/1998: MSc Management with specialization in Finance, HEC School of Management, Paris, France.
06/1991: Baccalauréat C (Mathematics and Physics), with highest honours, Französisches Gymnasium, Berlin.
Journal Publications in Peer-Reviewed Journals (since 2010)
Gaudeul, A., & Giannetti, C. (2017). The Effect of Privacy Concerns on Social Network Formation. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 141, pp. 233-253
Crosetto, P., & Gaudeul, A. (2017): Choosing not to compete: Can firms maintain high prices by confusing consumers?. Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, Online in advance of print.
Gaudeul, A., Crosetto, P., & Riener, G. (2017). Better stuck together or free to go? Of the stability of cooperation when individuals have outside options, Journal of Economic Psychology, 59, pp. 99-112
Crosetto, P. & A. Gaudeul (2016). A monetary measure of the strength and robustness of the attraction effect, Economics Letters, 149, pp. 38-43
Gaudeul A. and C. Giannetti (2013). The role of reciprocation in social network formation, with an application to LiveJournal, Social Networks, 35(3), pp. 317-330
Gaudeul A. and R. Sugden (2012). Spurious Complexity and Common Standards in Markets for Consumer Goods, Economica, 79, pp. 209-225
Gaudeul A. (2010). Software marketing on the Internet: the use of samples and repositories, Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 19(3), pp. 259-281