Johannes Hörner

Alfred Cowles Professor, Department of Economics
Yale University
4/3/17 4/24/17

Johannes Hörner’s research interests range from game theory to the theory of industrial organization. His research has focused on repeated games, dynamic games, and auctions.

Previously, Hörner held positions at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

Hörner is an associate editor for Econometrica and Journal of Economic Theory and coeditor for Economic Theory and Theoretical Economics. He was a Fellow of the Econometric Society and received the William Polk Carey Prize in 2000 for best dissertation submitted to the Department of Economics at the University of Pennsylvania, jointly with Hanming Fang.

Hörner earned an master’s degree in management at HEC Paris and another in economics before obtaining a PhD in economics from the University of Pennsylvania.