Dominic E. Spengler was a Ph.D. student at the School of Politics, Economics and Philosophy (University of York, UK). Previously, he has worked for the German-British Chamber of Industry and Commerce in London, for Oracle, and for Hewlett-Packard. He then went on to do an MA in PPE at the University of York, from which the Ph.D. followed under the supervision of John Bone. He is interested in the economics of corruption.
Dominic Spengler works on the economic theory of corruption and related topics. Some theoretical papers investigate optimal corruption deterrence under endogenous detection. Other work tests this experimentally. He also works on (experimental tests of) common pool resource games.
Dominic E. Spengler
Department of Economics
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