Behavioral game theorist, educated in economics and philosophy, currently at ETH Zurich. Previously at LSE, Oxford, École normale supérieure de Paris/PSE and Johns Hopkins University, my research interests include Social Choice Theory and Evolutionary Game Theory applied to Markets and Collective Goods.
PD Dr. Heinrich H. Nax ETH Zürich
Behavioral Game Theory Computational Social Science
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This thesis proposes a new approach to deriving cooperative solution concepts from dynamic interactive learning models. For different classes of cooperative games, the procedures implement the core. Within the core, tendencies towards equity are revealed and equitable outcomes are favoured in the long run.
A thesis submitted for habilitation at the professorship of computational social science in the department of humanities, social and political sciences (d-gess)
"Social Norm and Risk Attitudes"
Head of Evolutionary Game Theory at Computational Social Science (ETH Zurich)
Co-supervision (PhD theses): Matthias Leiss, Stefano Duca, Caleb Koch
Coordinator of Advanced Investigator Grant
Editorial Board: Games, Journal of Mathematical Sociology
Ethics Review Board: CESS, DeSciL ETH Zurich
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Teaching (current): Introduction to Game Theory, Controversies in Game Theory