Eran Shmaya
Eran Shmaya

MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS & DECISION SCIENCES
Assistant Professor of Managerial Economics & Decision Sciences

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Eran Shmaya joined the Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences department at the Kellogg School of Management in 2008. Professor Shmaya graduated from Tel Aviv University in 2007.

Professor Shmaya's research areas are game theory, probability and information theory. He is currently working on infinite games. He is also interested in applications of game theory in the natural sciences.
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Education
PhD, 2007, School of Mathematics, Tel Aviv University
MSc, 2002, School of Mathematics, Tel Aviv University
BSc, 1994, School of Mathematics, Tel Aviv University

Academic Positions
Assistant Professor, Managerial Economics & Decision Sciences, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, 2009-present
Senior Lecturer, Managerial Economics & Decision Sciences, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, 2008-2009

Grants and Awards
Chairs’ Core Course Teaching Award, Kellogg School of Management, 2008-2009

Conference Presentations
Midwest Economics Theory workshop, Experiments on Decisions Under Uncertainty: A Theoretical Framework, 10/04/2008
Games 2008, The determinacy of infinite games with eventual perfect monitoring, 7/17/2008

 
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Research Interests
Game theory, probability, information theory, decision theory

Articles
Shmaya, Eran and Yaron Azrieli. Forthcoming. Lipschitz Games.
Shmaya, Eran and Tai-Wei Hu. Forthcoming. Expressible Inspections. Theoretical Economics.
Shmaya, Eran and Alvaro Sandroni. Forthcoming. Testing Exchangeable Theories. Journal of Dynamics and Games.
Sandroni, Alvaro and Eran Shmaya. 2013. Eliciting Beliefs by Paying in Chance. Economic Theory Bulletin. 1: 33-37.
Echenique, Federico, Christopher Chambers and Eran Shmaya. 2011. Testable Implications of Gross Substitutes in Demand. American Economic Journal: Microeconomics. 3(1): 129-136.
Shmaya, Eran. 2011. The Determinacy of Infinite Games with Eventual Perfect Monitoring. Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society. 139: 3665-3678.
Shmaya, Eran, Federico Echenique and Christopher Chambers. 2010. On Behavioral Complementarity and its Implications. Journal of Economic Theory. 145(6): 2332-2355.
Shmaya, Eran. 2008. Many inspections are manipulable. Theoretical Economics. 3
Lehrer, Ehud and Eran Shmaya. 2008. Two Remarks on Blackwell's Theorem. Journal of Applied Probability. 45
Lehrer, Ehud and Eran Shmaya. 2006. A Qualitative Approach to Quantum Probability. Proceedings - Royal Society. Mathematical, physical and engineering sciences. 462(2072): 2331-2344.
Shmaya, Eran. 2006. The value of information structure in zero-sum games with lack of information on one side. International Journal of Game Theory. 34(2): 155-165.
Shmaya, Eran. 2005. Nonbilocal measurements via an entangled state. Physical Review A. 72(2)
Shmaya, Eran. 2005. Comparison of information structures and completely positive maps. Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General. 38(4): 9717-9727.
Shmaya, Eran and Eilon Solan. 2004. Two Player Non Zero-sum Stopping Games in Discrete Time. Annals of Probability. 32(3B): 2733-2764.
Shmaya, Eran, Eilon Solan and Nicolas Vieille. 2003. An Application of Ramsey Theorem to Stopping Games. Games and Economic Behavior. 42(2): 300-306.
Shmaya, Eran and Eilon Solan. 2004. Zero-Sum Dynamic Games and a Stochastic Variation of Ramsey's Theorem. Stochastic Processes and Their Applications. 112
Working Papers
Gradwohl, Ronen and Eran Shmaya. 2013. Tractable Falsifiability.
Al-Najjar, Nabil and Eran Shmaya. 2012. Uncertainty and Disagreement in Equilibrium Models.
Shmaya, Eran and Leeat Yariv. 2012. Experiments on Decisions Under Uncertainty: A Theoretical Framework.
Echenique, Federico and Eran Shmaya. 2010. You Won't Harm Me if You Fool Me.

 
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Teaching Interests
Statistics