JESPER RÜDIGER
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JESPER RÜDIGER

Assistant Professor of Finance

Education

Ph.D. in Economics, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, 2012

M.Sc. in Economic Analysis, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, 2009

M.Phil. in Economics, University of Cambridge, 2007

Diploma in Economics, University of Cambridge, 2006

B.Sc. in International Business, Copenhagen Business School, 2005

Research interests

Financial Market Microstructure, Information Economics, Finance, Game Theory

Selected publications

  1. Who Acquires Information in Dealer Markets? (with Adrien Vigier).
    American Economic Review, Vol. 110, No. 4, pp. 1145-76, 2020.
  2. Testing, Disclosure and Approval (with Jacopo Bizzotto and Adrien Vigier).
    Journal of Economic Theory, Vol. 187, 2020.
  3. Dynamic Persuasion with Outside Information (with Adrien Vigier and Jacopo Bizzotto).
    American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, forthcoming.
  4. Learning about Analysts (with Adrien Vigier).
    Journal of Economic Theory, Vol. 180, pp. 304-335, 2019.

Jesper Rüdiger is an assistant professor at the Business Department at Carlos III where he teaches financial economics.

He holds a PhD in Economics from Carlos III (Economics) and has previously been a postdoc at the European University Institute in Florence and an assistant professor at the University of Copenhagen.

His research focusses on finance and game theory, and, in particular, issues related to information in markets.


  1. Who Acquires Information in Dealer Markets? (with Adrien Vigier).
    American Economic Review, Vol. 110, No. 4, pp. 1145-76, 2020.
  2. Testing, Disclosure and Approval (with Jacopo Bizzotto and Adrien Vigier).
    Journal of Economic Theory, Vol. 187, 2020.
  3. Dynamic Persuasion with Outside Information (with Adrien Vigier and Jacopo Bizzotto).
    American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, forthcoming.
  4. Learning about Analysts (with Adrien Vigier).
    Journal of Economic Theory, Vol. 180, pp. 304-335, 2019.


  • Liquidity Shocks, Market Maker Turnover, and Bidding Behavior in Treasury Auctions (with Martin Gonzalez-Eiras)
  • Competition in Selling Information