Fred Schroyen has been a professor in economics since 2005. He received his PhD degree in Economics from University of Leuven (Belgium) in 1994.
Fred’s major research interests are in the fields of risk and insurance economics, health economics and public economics. He has published several articles in each of these fields, among them “The power of money: wealth effects in contests”, in Games and Economic Behavior (2016) (with Nicolas Treich), “Multidimensional screening in a monopolistic insurance market”, in the Geneva Risk and Insurance Review (2014) (with Pau Olivella), and "An alternative way to model merit good arguments" in the Journal of Public Economics (2005).
He was awarded the Golden Integral Award for excellence in teaching microeconomics in the NHH PhD programme.
|Schroyen, Fred, Treich, Nicolas||The power of money: Wealth effects in contests||Games and Economic Behavior Volume 100, page 46 - 68, 2016|
|Olivella, Pau, Schroyen, Fred||Multidimensional Screening in a Monopolistic Insurance Market||The Geneva Risk and Insurance Review Volume 39 (1), page 90 - 130, 2014|
|Schroyen, Fred||Attitudes towards income risk in the presence of quantity constraints||The Geneva Risk and Insurance Review Volume 38 (2), page 183 - 209, 2013|
|Schroyen, Fred, Oyenuga, Adekola O.||Optimal pricing and capacity choice for a public service under risk of interruption||Journal of Regulatory Economics Volume 39 (3), page 252 - 272, 2011|
Optimisation, Applied Microeconomic Theory