Research Group

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Jennifer Nagel

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University of Toronto
Hagit is a professor in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Toronto. Her research interests are epistemology and metacognition.
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Hagit Benbaji

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Ben-Gurion University
Hagit is a professor in the Department of Philosophy at Ben-Gurion University.
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David Wirmer

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University of Cologne
David is a professor in the Thomas-Institut at the University of Cologne, Germany.
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Tamás Visi

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Palacký University Olomouc
Tamás is a professor in the Kurt and Ursula Schubert Centre for Jewish Studies at Palacký University of Olomouc, Czech Republic.
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Joseph Shatzmiller

FELLOW
Duke University
Joseph is a professor in the History Department at Duke University, USA. His research interest is medieval history.
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Reimund Leicht

FELLOW
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Reimund is a professor in the Department of Jewish Thought at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
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Gad Freudenthal

FELLOW
CNRS / University of Geneva
Gad is a professor in the Department of Philosophy at University of Geneva, Switzerland, and at CNRS, France.
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Cyril Aslanov

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The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Cyril is a professor in the Department of Romance and Latin American Studies at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
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Tovi Bibring

FELLOW
Bar-Ilan University
Tovi is a professor in the Department of French Culture at Bar-Ilan University. Her research interests are medieval literatures and medieval studies.
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Michal Altbauer-Rudnik

FELLOW
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Michal is a professor in the Department of History at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
conference

Bounded Rationality (Research Group Conference)

Tue, 29/05/2012 to Mon, 04/06/2012

 

ORGANIZER:

Elchanan Ben-Porath, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

 

The conference will bring together twenty-two leading scholars in economic theory whose research focuses on bounded rationality, and will explore the wide range of possible applications of models of bounded rationality. A variety of context will be discussed, such as political competition, principal-agent models, asset pricing, financial reporting, mechanism design, and repeated games.

 

SPEAKERS:

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Joel Sobol

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UC San Diego

Joel is a professor in the Department of Economics at UC San Diego, USA. His research interests are game theory and information economics.