Eduardo Faingold received his MSc in Mathematics from the Instituto Nacional de Matematica Pura e Aplicada (IMPA) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 2000, and his PhD in Economics under George J. Mailath from the University of Pennsylvania in 2006. He started as an Assistant Professor of Economics at Yale University in 2006, becoming an Associate Professor in 2013. His research interests lie primarily in the field of non-cooperative game theory—particularly in the area of dynamic games—and its applications to microeconomic theory. His current research topics include stochastic games with imperfect information, multiagent learning in settings with private signals, and robustness of game-theoretic predictions to misspecification of the information structure.
Fields of interest
Microeconomic theory, non-cooperative game theory, mathematical economics.