Game Theory, Behavioral Economics, the Design of Incentives, Contract Theory, Industrial Organization, Microeconomic Theory.
- Behavioral and Experimental Economics
- Game Theory
- Advanced Microeconomic Theory
- Contract Theory
Prizes and Awards:
- The Humboldt Prize
American Economic Review
- Review of Economic Studies
- American Political Science Review
- Journal of Economic Theory
Eyal Winter is the Silverzweig Professor of Economics at the Center for the Study of Rationality of the Hebrew University and the Andrews and Elizabeth Brunner Professor of Economics at Lancaster University, specializing in Behavioral Economics, Decision-Making and Game Theory. He is the former head of the Rationality Center and of the Economics department of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He was awarded the Humboldt Prize for excellence in research by the German government in 2011. He is an elected council member of the International Game Theory Society, and an elected fellow of the Economic Theory Society. He held senior positions at Washington University, University of Manchester and the European University Institute, and was invited to present his research works at more than 160 universities in 30 countries. His book "Feeling Smart: Why our Emotions are More Rational than We Think" appeared in nine languages, and was endorsed by seven Nobel laureates. Winter published in leading journals in Economics and Social Sciences including Econometrica, AER, ReStud, APSR, JET, Management Science, Psy Science. His press essays appeared in Time Magazine, Forbes, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, Guardian, the Independent, Jewish Chronicle and more. He has advised governments, corporations and NGOs on behavioral economics, game theory and decision-making.
- Why team bonuses are more effective (The Washington Post)
- What Obama Could Learn About Negotiating With Iran From My $2,000 Used Car (Time Magazine)
- אל תעשו טובות, רולניק? ׁׁׂ(the marker, hebrew)