School of Economics and College of Computing to Host Nobel Laureate Robert Aumann

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Unfortunately, due to the campus closure for January 29, the Nobel Laureate Seminar with Prof. Robert Aumann has been canceled. We will be looking for a date to potentially reschedule in the near future.


The School of Economics and the College of Computing will host Prof. Robert Aumann, winner of the 2005 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics on January 29, 2019. Prof. Aumann will be presenting "Rule-Rationality: A Synthesis of Behavioral and Mainstream Economics". 

Aumann is the author of over ninety scientific papers and six  books, and has held visiting positions at Princeton, Yale, Berkeley,  Louvain, Stanford, Stony Brook, and NYU.  He is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the National Academy of Sciences (USA), the British Academy, and the Israel Academy of Sciences; holds honorary doctorates from the Universities of Chicago, Bonn, Louvain, City University of New York, Bar Ilan University, and Ben Gurion University of the Negev; and has received numerous prizes, including the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for 2005.

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