The majority of Muhamet Yildiz’s research is on the subject of game theory and bargaining. He has recently written on the topics of reputation and commitment and information flows.
Currently, Yildiz is on the faculty of MIT. He previously held a position as a visiting assistant professor in the economics department at Yale University. His professional activities include a post as associate editor of several journals, including Theoretical Economics, BEPress Theoretical Economics, and the Review of Economic Design. He has also served as a referee for a number of economic journals and has published a number of articles, mainly on the topic of game theory. Previously, he was a foreign editor for the Review of Economic Studies.
Yildiz holds two bachelor’s degrees as well as a master’s degree from Bogazici University in Instanbul, Turkey. He received a PhD in economic analysis and policy from Stanford University Graduate School of Business.
Yildiz will present at the Workshop In Economic Theory on October 13.