Professor of Economics
5/11/15 – 5/15/15
Dilip Abreu is an economic and game theorist. He has made contributions in a number of areas including dynamic games, reputational bargaining and at the intersection of these topics. In addition to these ongoing research interests, he explores the theoretical underpinnings of inefficient markets.
Abreu is the Edward E. Matthews, Class of 1953, Professor of Finance and Professor of Economics at Princeton University. He is a fellow of the Econometric Society and a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Abreu is a graduate of Bombay University and the Delhi School of Economics. He has an M.Phil from Oxford University and Ph. D. from Princeton University.
Dilip Abreu will be presenting at the Economic Theory Workshop on May 12.