Associate Professor
Ph.D., Economics - University of Cologne
Track: Economics
LEM Member
  • 2011 : Ph.D., Economics, University of Cologne, Germany
  • 2006 : Master, International Economics, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany
  • 2005 : Master, Economics, Wayne State University, USA
Professional Experiences
Academic Experience
  • 2019 - present, Associate Professor, Economics, IESEG School of Management, , France
  • 2011 - 2018, Assistant Professor in Risk and Insurance Economics, ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland
Scientific prizes and Awards
  • 2018 : SCOR-EGRIE Young Economist Best Paper Award, European Group of Risk and Insurance Economists
  • 2013 : Young Economist Essay Award, European Association of Research in Industrial Economics
Published Papers in Refereed Journals
  • Gottschalk F., Mimra W., Waibel C., (2020). Health Services as Credence Goods: A Field Experiment, The Economic Journal, 130 (629) 1346–1383.
  • Mimra W., Nemitz Janina, Waibel Christian, (2020). Voluntary Pooling of Genetic Risk: A Health Insurance Experiment, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 180 864-882.
  • Mimra W., Wambach Achim, (2019). Contract Withdrawals and Equilibrium in Competitive Markets with Adverse Selection, Economic Theory, 67 (4) 875-907.
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  • Mimra W., Wambach Achim, (2019). Endogenous Insolvency in the Rothschild-Stiglitz Model (joint with A. Wambach), Journal of Risk and Insurance, 86 (1) 165-181.
  • Mimra W., Rasch Alexander, Waibel Christian, (2016). Price Competition and Reputation in Credence Goods Markets: Experimental Evidence, Games and Economic Behavior, 100 337-352.
  • Mimra W., Rasch Alexander, Waibel Christian, (2016). Second Opinions in Credence Goods Markets: Experimental Evidence, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 131 B 106-125.
  • Mimra W., Wambach Achim, (2016). A Note on Uniqueness in Game-theoretic Foundations of the Reactive Equilibrium, Economics Letters, 141 39-43.
  • Mimra W., Wambach Achim, (2014). New Developments in the Theory of Adverse Selection in Competitive Insurance, The Geneva Risk and Insurance Review, 39 (2) 136-152.
Research field
  • Applied Microeconomics, Insurance Economics, Health Economics