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Economics and Finance

Israel

2023

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Economics and Finance
D-index
56
Citations
31,526
183
World Ranking
610
National Ranking
5

2023 - Research.com Economics and Finance in Israel Leader Award

2022 - Research.com Economics and Finance in Israel Leader Award

2010 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

1980 - Fellows of the Econometric Society

- Statistics
- Artificial intelligence
- Game theory

David Schmeidler mainly focuses on Mathematical economics, Subjective expected utility, Combinatorics, Axiom independence and Microeconomics. His work on Expected utility hypothesis and Game theory as part of general Mathematical economics study is frequently connected to Context and Utility theory, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. The Subjective expected utility study combines topics in areas such as Causal decision theory, Decision engineering, Management science, Econometrics and Decision theory.

His Combinatorics research includes elements of Irreducible representation and Real representation. His research integrates issues of Preference, Preference relation, Probability measure and Transitive relation in his study of Axiom independence. His study on Production and Outcome is often connected to Arbitration and Differential information as part of broader study in Microeconomics.

- SUBJECTIVE PROBABILITY AND EXPECTED UTILITY WITHOUT ADDITIVITY (2420 citations)
- MAxmin expected utility with non-unique prior (1974 citations)
- MAxmin expected utility with non-unique prior (1974 citations)

David Schmeidler mainly investigates Mathematical economics, Axiom, Decision theory, Expected utility hypothesis and Bayesian probability. He has included themes like Pareto principle, Axiomatic system and Preference in his Mathematical economics study. His Preference study deals with Preference relation intersecting with Axiom independence and Probability measure.

In his research on the topic of Decision theory, Evidential decision theory and Decision field theory is strongly related with Decision rule. He has researched Bayesian probability in several fields, including Cognitive psychology, Behavioral economics and Rationality. In his study, Transferable utility is inextricably linked to Von Neumann–Morgenstern utility theorem, which falls within the broad field of Subjective expected utility.

- Mathematical economics (57.72%)
- Axiom (20.13%)
- Decision theory (18.46%)

- Case-based reasoning (14.09%)
- Economic model (13.09%)
- Positive economics (9.40%)

His primary areas of investigation include Case-based reasoning, Economic model, Positive economics, Mathematical economics and Decision theory. As part of one scientific family, David Schmeidler deals mainly with the area of Case-based reasoning, narrowing it down to issues related to the Inductive reasoning, and often Model-based reasoning, Opportunistic reasoning, Deductive reasoning, Reasoning system and Bayesian inference. His Economic model research incorporates themes from Simple, Wonder, Economic problem and Management science.

His study explores the link between Management science and topics such as Game theory that cross with problems in Scope and Continuum. In the field of Mathematical economics, his study on Two-moment decision model and Subjective expected utility overlaps with subjects such as Unanimity. As part of the same scientific family, David Schmeidler usually focuses on Decision theory, concentrating on Axiom and intersecting with Representation, Ask price, Equivalence and Principle of rationality.

- FIXED PREFERENCES AND CHANGING TASTES (89 citations)
- Economic Models as Analogies (51 citations)
- No‐Betting‐Pareto Dominance (44 citations)

- Statistics
- Artificial intelligence
- Game theory

David Schmeidler mostly deals with Equivalence, Case-based reasoning, Mathematical economics, Rhetoric and Positive economics. His Equivalence study which covers Representation that intersects with Axiom. In the subject of general Mathematical economics, his work in Subjective expected utility, Expected utility hypothesis, Von Neumann–Morgenstern utility theorem and Two-moment decision model is often linked to Unanimity, thereby combining diverse domains of study.

His Subjective expected utility research integrates issues from Preference, Cardinal utility, Transferable utility, Preference relation and Decision rule. David Schmeidler combines Expected utility hypothesis and Ambiguity aversion in his studies. His Positive economics research incorporates elements of Contrast, Simple, Economic model, Dominance and Preference.

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MAxmin expected utility with non-unique prior

Itzhak Gilboa;David Schmeidler;David Schmeidler.

Journal of Mathematical Economics **(1989)**

9226 Citations

Subjective Probability and Expected Utility without Additivity

David Schmeidler.

Research Papers in Economics **(1989)**

4044 Citations

Maxmin Expected Utility with a Non-Unique Prior

Itzhak Gilboa;David Schmeidler.

Research Papers in Economics **(1986)**

3278 Citations

The Nucleolus of a Characteristic Function Game

David Schmeidler.

Siam Journal on Applied Mathematics **(1969)**

2369 Citations

Integral representation without additivity

David Schmeidler.

Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society **(1986)**

1271 Citations

Case-Based Decision Theory

Itzhak Gilboa;David Schmeidler.

Quarterly Journal of Economics **(1995)**

953 Citations

Equilibrium points of nonatomic games

David Schmeidler.

Research Papers in Economics **(1973)**

772 Citations

A More Robust Definition of Subjective Probability

Mark J. Machina;David Schmeidler.

Econometrica **(1992)**

627 Citations

A theory of case-based decisions

Itzhak Gilboa;David Schmeidler.

**(2001)**

584 Citations

Egalitarian Equivalent Allocations: A New Concept of Economic Equity

Elisha A. Pazner;David Schmeidler.

Quarterly Journal of Economics **(1978)**

532 Citations

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