Prof. Dov Monderer

Economics|*|Operations Research and Optimization


Dov Monderer is a Luxenberg Professor of Economics and Operations Research at the Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management, Technion—Israel Institute of Technology.

He received his B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Mathematics (both Summa Cum Laude) from Tel-Aviv University. In his Ph.D. (in Mathematics at Tel Aviv University) he specialized in Game Theory.

He was a visiting professor at the Department of Mathematics at the University of California at Los Angeles (1986–1988), at the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University (1988–1989), at the Department of Economics at Queen's University, Ontario, Canada (1992–1993), and at the Department of Computer Science, Washington University, St. Louis (1999–2000).

He was an associate editor of Mathematics of Operations Research (1995–2000), and of Games and Economic Behavior (1996–2004). He is an associate editor of the International Journal of Game Theory.
He was the Dean of the faculty, January 1, 2003–December 31, 2005. 

Selected Publications

Papers in refereed journals

Papers in refereed conference proceedings (not appearing above)

Unpublished working papers


Graduate Students

  • Irit Talmor, M.Sc., (Operations Research), 1992: "Signaling Games".
  • Aner Sela, M.Sc., (Economics), 1992:  "Learning Processes in Game Theory".                        
  • Ilana Weismann, M.Sc., (Applied Math.), 1992:  "Bargaining sets".            
  • Zeev Nutov, M.Sc., (Applied Math.), 1992:  "The Binary Stochastic Choice Problem". Co-supervisor:  Michal Penn.
  • Yaron Leitner, M.Sc., (Operations Research), 1995:   “Collusion in Noncooperative Games”.
  • Eyal Chermony, M.Sc., (Economics), 1996:  “Auctions and Imperfect Competition”.
  • Shlomit Hon-Snir, M.Sc., (Economics), 1996:   “Discrete Models and Learning in Auctions”.
  • Aner Sela, Ph.D., (Economics), 1996:   “Learning Processes in Games”. Co-supervisor, Dov Samet.
  • Shlomit Hon-Snir, Ph.D., (Economics), 2001 “Utility Equivalence in Auctions”.
  • Noa Kfir-Dahav, Ph.D., (Information Systems), 2003: “Resource Bounded Mechanism Design". Co-Supervisor:  Moshe Tennenholtz.
  • Itai Ashlagi, M.Sc., (Operations Research), 2005: “The Value of Correlation in Strategic Form Games".  Co-Supervisor: Moshe Tennenholtz.
  • Itai Ashlagi, Ph.D., (Operations Research), 2008: ”Pre-Bayesian Games”. Co-Supervisor: Moshe Tennenholtz.
  • Raphael Paul Eidenbenz, Ph.D., (ETH Zürich , Computer Science), 2012: ” Coping with Selfishness in Distributed Systems: Mechanism Design in Multi-Core and Peer-to-Peer Systemss”. Co-Supervisors: Roger Peter Wattenhofer (chair), Karl Aberer.
  • Raphael Paul Eidenbenz, Ph.D., (ETH Zürich , computer science), 2012: "Coping with Selfishness in Distributed Systems: Mechanism Design in Multi-Core and Peer-to-Peer Systems".
    Co-Supervisors: Roger Peter Wattenhofer (chair), Karl Aberer.


Game Theory
Economics and Computer Science

Contact Info

Room 404 Bloomfield Building