doc. Jakub Steiner, Ph.D.

E-mail: jakub.steiner(zavinac)

Phone: 221 183 540

Jakub Steiner is an economist working in the Center for Theoretical Studies, at Cerge-Ei, and at the University of Edinburgh. He specializes in economic theory and game theory, and has worked on the topic of economic coordination and on frictional decision processes. He is interested in behavioral economics. He is a member of the Review of Economic Studies board, and has worked at the Northwestern University, and in the People in Need NGO. He has published in the American Economic Review, Journal of Economic Theory, Economic Journal, and elsewhere.

He is married to Alžběta, and has a daughter Jolana.

Selected bibliography:

Steiner, Jakub; Stewart, Colin (2015): Price Distortions under Coarse Reasoning with Frequent Trade

J. Econ. Theory 159, 574-595.

Loeper , Antoine ; Steiner, Jakub; Stewart, Colin (2014): Influential Opinion Leaders

Economic Journal 124, 1147–1167.

Mathevet, Laurent ; Steiner, Jakub (2013): Tractable Dynamic Global Games and Applications

J. Econ. Theory 148, 2583-2619.

Sákovics, József ; Steiner, Jakub (2012): Who Matters in Coordination Problems

American Economic Review 102(7), 3439–3461.

Steiner, Jakub; Stewart, Colin (2011): Communication, Timing, and Common Learning

J. Econ. Theory 146, 230–247.

Steiner, Jakub; Stewart, Colin (2008): Contagion through Learning

Theoretical Economics 3, 431–458.