About Me

Behavioral game theorist, educated in economics and philosophy, currently SNF Assistant Professor at UZH and Privatdozent at ETHZ. Previously at LSE, Oxford, École normale supérieure de Paris/PSE and Johns Hopkins University, my research interests include (Experimental/Behavioral) Market Design and Learning in Games applied to Markets and Collective Goods.

Contact Details

PD Dr. Heinrich H. Nax                                              ETH Zürich
Behavioral Game Theory                                           Computational Social Science
hnax@ethz.ch                                                           
Clausiusstrasse 37 CLD C 3
                                                                                   8092 Zürich


 SNF Eccellenza Award  
 ETH "Critical Thinking" Award  

Publications (see also )


Heinrich H. Nax, Ryan O. Murphy, Stefano Duca and Dirk Helbing
Heinrich H. Nax, Maxwell N. Burton-Chellew, Stuart A. West and H. Peyton Young
Heinrich H. Nax, Ryan O. Murphy and Kurt A. Ackermann


Heinrich H. Nax

Work in progress(see also )


Peer review and collective action problems

https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3456665

Barbara Ikica, Heinrich H. Nax, Diego Nunez Duran and Bary S.R. Pradelski

Asymmetric convergence in experimental double auctions

https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3131004

Caleb M. Koch and Heinrich H. Nax

Groundwater

https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3075935

Philip Grech and Heinrich H. Nax

Rational Altruism?

R&R (Games and Economic Behavior), 2019.

Teaching/Projects/Other Activities

Head of Evolutionary Game Theory at Computational Social Science (ETH Zurich)

Co-supervision (PhD theses): Matthias LeissStefano DucaCaleb Koch
Co-supervision (MSc theses): Simon Jantschgi, Karan Khazanchi

Coordinator of Advanced Investigator Grant 
Editorial Board: GamesJournal of Mathematical Sociology
Ethics Review Board: CESSDeSciL ETH Zurich
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Teaching (current): Introduction to Game TheoryControversies in Game Theory