|1979-1982||B.Sc. 1982 (M.C.L.), The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Mathematics.|
|1982-1985||M.Sc. 1985, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Mathematics.|
|1985-1989||Ph.D. 1989, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University.|
Dissertation: “Essays in Non-Cooperative Game Theory.”
Advisor: David Kreps.
|1989-1991||Assistant Professor, Kellogg Business School, Northwestern University.|
|1991-1995||Lecturer, Department of Economics, Tel-Aviv University|
|1995-2001||Senior Lecturer, Department of Economics, Tel-Aviv University.|
|2001||Associate Professor, Department of Economics, The Hebrew University.|
|2003||Schonbrunn Chair in Mathematical Economics, The Hebrew University.|
|2004-2005||Member in the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton.|
|2017||Professor of Economics, The Hebrew University.|
Economic Theory, especially Game Theory and Information Economics.
Microeconomics, Game Theory, Information Economics, Distributive Justice.
Honors & Awards
- Fellow of the Econometric Society, 2017.
- Fellow of the Game Theory Society, 2017.
- Allon Fellowship for Young Researchers in Israel,1991.
- Israel Science Foundation, July 2002. “Rationalizable Expectations,” a joint project with Aviad Heifetz.
- Binational Science Foundation, July 2007. "Implementation with Partial Provability''. A joint project with Bart Lipman from Boston University.
- Binational Science Foundation, July 2012. "Mechanism Design with Evidence''. A joint project with Eddie Dekel and Bart Lipman.
Associate Editor of Games and Economic Behaviour, 2003 - 2017.