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George J. Mailath

Bachelor of Economics (Hons) 1980

Career highlights

  • Receiving tenure and promotion to Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Pennsylvania in 1992.
  • Elected fellow of the Econometric Society in 1995.
  • Appointed to the Walter H. Annenberg Professorship in the Social Sciences at the University of Pennsylvania in 2003.
  • Appointed to the Alfred Cowles Professorship of Economics at Yale University in 2006.
  • Elected fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2012.

Career philosophy

“As an academic, my aim is to work on research that is both significant and intellectually stimulating. Significant research advances economics as a science; there are important open questions, and as a social science, economics affects peoples lives.  I also want my students to do the same, and so I constantly challenge them to do the best work that they can.”

Professor George J. Mailath

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