Philip is helping us with consensus protocols using his expertise in game theory and mechanism design.
Education: PhD Economics, University of Mannheim
Expertise: Behavioral economics, bounded rationality, game theory
Location: St. Gallen, Switzerland
Publications: DBLP Arxiv
Philipp is currently Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of St. Gallen. His research focus is on building game theoretic and behavioral economic models using category theory. The goal is to make economic models graphical, compositional and thereby scalable. Open games are one example of this research effort. Together with Viktor he is running OiCOS