Zvika Neeman

Zvika Neeman  held positions at Boston University and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and is now a professor of economics at Tel Aviv University.

His main research areas is economic and game theory and in particular the theory of mechanism design. He is also interested in law and economics.

Neeman completed his Ph.D. in Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences at Northwestern University in 1995.

Myrna Wooders

Myrna Wooders is a Fellow of the Econometric Society, Editor of Journal of Public Economic Theory, President of the Association of Public Economic Theory, Founding Editor of Economics Bulletin, Charter Member of the Game Theory Society, Economic Theory Fellow, and has been an elected member of the Game Theory Society Council. Myrna has researched primarily in the areas of public economic theory, game theory and network theory. She has published extensively on club theory, networks, the theory of local public goods and coalition theory.

Aldo Rustichini

Aldo Rustichini is Professor of Economics at the University of Minnesota. He is Fellow of the Econometric Society, and member of the Game Theory Council. He is associate Editor in several international Journals (Journal of Mathematical Economics, Games and Economic Behavior, PLOS One). He is coordinating and directing research groups in the USA, in UK (University of Cambridge) and Italy (Bocconi University). His research interests are in Game Theory, Decision Theory, Experimental Economics and Neuroeconomics.

Yusuke Narita

Yusuke Narita is a Ph.D. stu­dent in the Department of Economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His cur­rent research inter­est cen­ters around mar­ket design and eco­nom­ics of edu­ca­tion. He has been work­ing on empirical/experimental/theoretical projects on the design of pub­lic school choice sys­tems, espe­cially how it inter­acts with long-term edu­ca­tion pro­duc­tion and school qual­ity. He is cur­rently a mem­ber of an SEII project on the effects of a reform in the selec­tive pub­lic high school choice sys­tem in Chicago.

Glenn Loury

Glenn C. Loury is the Merton P. Stoltz Professor of the Social Sciences and Professor of Economics at Brown University. He has taught previously at Boston, Harvard and Northwestern Universities, and the University of Michigan. Professor Loury is a distinguished academic economist who has contributed to a variety of areas in applied microeconomic theory: welfare economics, game theory, industrial organization, natural resource economics, and the economics of income distribution. He has lectured before academic societies throughout the world.

Benjamin Golub

Benjamin Golub's research focuses on microeconomic theory -- and, in particular, social and economic networks: how these networks form when agents invest strategically in relationships, how information is transmitted through them, and how they mediate important economic processes such as group cooperation. Applications of the research include measuring social segregation and understanding its consequences for polarization of beliefs or behaviors.

Robert Gary-Bobo

Robert Gary-Bobo is Professor of Economics at the University of Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne and at the Paris School of Economics 2003-2007; currently Professor of Economics at ENSAE (National School of Statistics, France) and researcher at CREST.

He mainly worked on Microeconomic Theory, Game Theory and applications to Public Economics. He recently worked on the Economics of Education, both on theory and applied econometrics.

Lawrence Blume

Lawrence E. Blume is the Goldwin Smith Professor of Economics at Cornell University, a Visiting Research Professor at IHS, and a member of the external faculty at the Santa Fe Institute, where he has served as Co-Director of the Economics Program and on the Institute's steering committee.

He teaches and conducts research in general equilibrium theory and game theory, and also has research projects on the theory and measurement of behavior in social networks. Along with Steven Durlauf, Blume is one of the general editors of The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics.

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