Dr. Gerald R. Uhlich is Negotiation Expert and Strategy Advisor experienced in diverse industries, markets and disciplines with high expertise in strategy development, finance, and negotiations.
He obtained his Masters degree in Economics from the University of Bielefeld (Germany) specializing in Macroeconomic Theory, Financing, Computer Sciences and Marketing. Later he became Assistant to Professor Reinhard Selten (University of Bonn), who won the Nobel Prize in Economics in 1994. During that time he obtained his doctoral degree (Dr. rer. pol.) in Economics, specializing in Game Theory (Experimental Economics, Behavioral Economics) and Bargaining Theory.
Dr. Gerald R. Uhlich has occupied a variety of different international positions as CFO and CEO. He is Managing Director of Kassenzahnärztliche Vereinigung Berlin KdöR, and President of Marie-Luise Below Foundation.
- Duopoly Strategies Programmed by Experienced Players, R. Selten und M. Mitzkewitz, G. Uhlich, Econometrica, Vol. 65, No. 3 (May, 1997), 517-555.
- The Negotiation Agreement Area, "An Experimental Analysis of Two-Person Characteristic Function Games", B. Kuon and G. R. Uhlich, Group Decision and Negotiation, 2:323-345 (1993), Kluwer Academic Publishers.
- Descriptive Theories of Bargaining, "An Experimental Analysis of Two- and Three-Person Characteristic Function Bargaining", Gerald R. Uhlich, Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems, Springer-Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg-New York-Tokyo, 1990.
- Order of Strength and Exhaustivity as Additional Hypotheses in Theories for Three-Person Characteristic Function Games, Reinhard Selten and Gerald R. Uhlich in: Tietz, R., W. Albers, R. Selten (Eds.), Bounded Rational Behavior in Experimental Games and Markets, Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems, Springer-Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg-New York-Tokyo, 1988.
- An Area Theory for Experimental Two-Person Characteristic Function Games, Gerald R. Uhlich, SFB 303, Universität Bonn, Discussion Paper B-105, 1988.