Assistant Professor of Economics
Inga Deimen joined the Eller College of Management in 2017. Her current research focuses on the role of information and communication in economic interactions. Specifically, she works on strategic information transmission combined with other aspects such as the choice of information, contracts and voting. She earned her PhD in Economics in 2016 from the University of Bonn and worked there for one year as a postdoctoral researcher in the Institute for Microeconomics.
- ECON 431/531 Games and Decisions
- ECON 519 Mathematical Economics
- ECON 501C Microeconomic Theory
- ECON 696U Game Theory
Andreas Blume, Inga Deimen, and Sean Inoue. 2022. “Incomplete Contracts versus Communication.” Journal of Economic Theory, 205.
Inga Deimen and Julia Wirtz. 2022. ''Control, cost, and confidence: perseverance and procrastination in the face of failure.'' Games and Economic Behavior, 134: 52-74.
Deimen, Inga, and Dezso Szalay, 2019, "Information and Communication in Organizations." AEA Papers and Proceedings, 109 : 545-49.
"Delegated Expertise, Authority, and Communication," American Economic Review, 2019, 109 (4): 1349-74 (with D. Szalay)
- "Consistency and Communication in Committees," Journal of Economic Theory, 2015, 160 pp. 24-35 (with F. Ketelaar, M. T. Le Quement)