About Me

I am an Assistant Professor at the Institute of Economics at the Corvinus University of Budapest. Furthermore, I am affiliated with the Vienna Center for Experimental Economics of the University of Vienna.

Currently, I am organizing the Budapest Experimental and Behavioral Economics (BEBE) Seminar.

My research interest lies primarily in Experimental Economics and Game Theory.

Feel free to send me an email: philipp.kulpmannsomething@uni-corvinus.hu

Academic Positions

  • 2023-presentAssistant Professor

    Institute of Economics
    Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary

  • 2017-2023Senior Scientist / Lab Manager

    Vienna Center for Experimental Economics
    University of Vienna, Austria

  • 2016-2017Post Doc

    Department of Economics
    University of Graz, Austria

  • 2016PhD in Economics

    Center for Mathematical Economics
    Bielefeld University, Germany


"Comparing theories of one-shot play out of treatment." Journal of Economic Theory 205 (2022): 105554.

"Probabilistic transitivity in sports." Computers & Operations Research 112 (2019): 104765.

with Johannes Tiwisina

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Recent Working Papers

Here you can find my most recent working papers. more papers

Identifying the Reasons for Coordination Failure in a Laboratory Experiment (Job-market paper)

Using Ambiguity in Negotiations: An Experimental Analysis

with Frank Riedel

coming soon

Rational Delay of Effort in Projects with Uncertain Requirements