Tel‐Aviv University, Eitan Berglas School of Economics, Tel‐Aviv.
1996 ‐ 2001 Ph.D., Economics, with distinction
1994 ‐ 1995 M.A., Economics, Magna‐Cum‐Laude
1991 ‐ 1994 B.A., Economics and Management, Summa‐Cum‐Laude
2015 - present Amnon Ben-Natan Professor of Economics
2013 – 2014 Professor
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH
2018 – 2021 Visiting Professor
2018 – 2019 Wesley Clair Mitchell Visiting Professor
2017 – 2018 Visiting Professor
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
2013 – 2017 Visiting Professor
2007‐2010 Associate Professor (with tenure)
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
2001‐2007 Assistant Professor
2012‐present Theoretical Economics, Associate Editor
2014‐present Journal of Economic Theory, Associate Editor
2015-present Games and Economic Behavior, Associate Editor
2019‐2021 Israel Science Foundation, “Strategic Datasets and Competing Narratives"
2016‐2018 Israel Science Foundation, “Strategic Scheduling of Information Acquisition”
2015 The Kadar Family Award .
2013‐2015 Israel Science Foundation, “Theoretical Aspects of E‐Commerce”
(joint with Ran Spiegler)
2013‐2015 US‐Israel Binational Science Foundation, “Incentives in Collective Decisions”
(joint with Geoffroy de Clippel)
2013‐2016 Marie Curie Career Integration Grant, “Reference‐Dependence and Labor
2007‐2010 NSF, ʺMechanism Design with Diversity of Opinionʺ (joint with Ran Spiegler)
2004‐2006 NSF, “Group Polarization” (joint with Debraj Ray & Ronny Razin)
2003‐2005 US‐Israel Binational Science Foundation (joint with Ran Spiegler)
2001‐2002 Rothschild Foundation Fellowship
1998‐1999 The European Commission Marie Currie Fellowship
2006 University of Minnesota, Ohio State University, University of Michigan, Princeton
University, Brown University, University of Pennsylvania, University of Texas at
Austin, SUNY at Albany, Rochester University.
2007 Brown University (job talk), Boston University, Washington University in St. Louis.
2008 Harvard University, Duke University, Bonn University, Annual Meeting of the
Society for Economic Design (invited session on bounded rationality), Yale University.
2009 University of Pittsburgh, Columbia University, University of Maryland, University of
Michigan (ʺTheory at A² Workshopʺ), Annual Game Theory Festival at Stonybrook
(plenary session), Duke University, Tel‐Aviv University.
2010 University of Texas at Austin (2010 Murray S. Johnson Conference on Bounded
Rationality), ʺBiases in Marketsʺ conference at the WZB in Berlin, 2010 European
Symposium on Economic Theory (focus session on new developments in choice
theory), Caltech, UCLA, Northwestern, Cornell, NYU, Michigan, Rice.
2011 University of Texas A&M, UCSD, Tel‐Aviv University, Hebrew University, Paris
School of Economics.
2012 Spanish Workshop in Economic Theory (SWET), George Mason University, the
Stanford Institute for Theoretical Economics (SITE) conference on behavioral
economics, NYU macro seminar, University of Pittsburgh, Wharton
2013 NBER Macroeconomic Annual Conference, University of Aarhus (Denmark),
University of Copenhagen (Denmark), Decision: Theory, Experiments and
Applications (D‐TEA) annual workshop (Paris, France), Focus session in ESSET ‐
European Summer Symposium in Economic Theory (Gerzensee, Switzerland),
University of Bonn.
2014 Johns Hopkins, Pompeu‐Fabra (Barcelona), BRIC – Bounded Rationality In Choice
(Barcelona), Focus session in ESSET ‐ European Summer Symposium in Economic
Theory (Gerzensee, Switzerland), NYU Economics, Microsoft Research, Columbia,
NYU Stern, Ohio State University, Northwestern, University of Texas at Austin,
Advances in Behavioral Game Theory (UCL).
2015 University of Arizona, Universitat Autonoma (Barcelona), University of Toronto,
University of British Columbia.
2016 Washington University in St. Louis, University of Zurich, Cambridge University,
Oxford University, Paris School of Economics, NSF Decentralization Conference
(Brown University), Market Design in Israel (Bar Ilan University).