Welcome to my personal homepage. My name is Philipp Denter and I am an associate professor of economics (with tenure) at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain. I received my Ph.D. in 2012 from the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland, and an undergraduate degree in economics (Diplom-Volkswirt, equivalent to M.A. in economics) in 2006 from Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany. I am a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Politics.
My current research interests lie in the fields of political economy, industrial organization, social learning, the theory of contests and tournaments, and behavioral economics.
You can find a PDF of my CV here.
You can find my Google scholar profile here.
You can find my Orcid profile here.
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Calle de Madrid 126, 28903 Getafe, Spain
E-Mail: pdenter [at] eco.uc3m.es
News & Updates:
September 26, 2021: I just presented my new paper "Information Sharing With Status Concerns (w Dana Sisak) at the Madrid Political Economy Workshop hosted by CUNEF.
April 6, 2021: My paper "Valence, Complementarities, and Political Polarization" was accepted for publication by Games and Economic Behavior.
March 5, 2021: I just had the pleasure to present my paper "Social Learning with Correlation Neglect" at the Virtual Microeconomics Workshop hosted by Leuphana University Lüneburg.
February 25, 2021: I just had the pleasure to present my paper "Social Connectivity, Media Bias, and Correlation Neglect" at the Public University of Navarra. Slides here.
January 1st, 2021: I had the honour to join the editorial board of the Journal of Politics.
December 16th, 2020: I just had the pleasure to present my paper "Competence and Policy in Electoral Contests" in the Global Seminar on Contests and Conflict.
November 10th, 2020: My paper "Social Connectivity, Media Bias, and Correlation Neglect" (w/ Martin Dumav and Boris Ginzburg) was just accepted for publication by the Economic Journal.
April 21st, 2020: My paper "Campaign Contests" was just accepted for publication by the European Economic Review.