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Jakub Steiner is an Assistant Professor of Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences. Prior to his appointment at Kellogg in 2009, he worked as an assistant professor at the University of Edinburgh.

Jakub completed his PhD in Economics and MA in Physics at Charles University in Prague. His research interests lie within game theory and economic theory. He studies behavior in strategic situations with a possibility of self-fulfilling prophecies, such as those that arise during currency attacks, bank runs, revolutions etc. Before his postgraduate studies, Jakub worked as a social worker for a Roma community, and since then he has been interested in economics of discrimination.

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Education
PhD, 2006, Economics, CERGE, Charles University
MA, 2004, Economics, CERGE
MA, 2000, Theorhetical Physics, Charles University, with Honors

Academic Positions
Assistant Professor, Managerial Economics and Decision, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, 2009-present
Lecturer, University of Edinburgh, 2006-2009

Grants and Awards
Scopus Awards Czech Republic, second place, Elsevier, one year

 
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