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Professor Benny Moldovanu

Prof. Moldovanu

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Address
Microeconomics,
University of Bonn, Lennéstr. 37, 53113 Bonn

Tel:  + 49-228-73 63 95
Tel:  + 49-228-73 9242 (Secretary)
Fax: + 49-228-73 7940

E-Mail: mold(at)uni-bonn(dot)de

 

Curriculum Vitae


Education
1995 Habilitation, University of Bonn
1991

Ph.D. Economics (summa cum laude), University of Bonn.
Advisor: Prof. Reinhard Selten
1989

M.Sc. Mathematics (with distinction), Hebrew University Jerusalem.
Advisor: Prof. Bezalel Peleg
1986 B.Sc. Mathematics (with distinction), Hebrew University Jerusalem

Employment
 

Fall 2009          Visiting Professor of Economics, Northwestern University

Spring 2005 Visiting Professor of Economics, University College London
Fall 2004 Visiting Professor of Economics, Yale University
2002-present
Full Professor of Economics, University of Bonn
Spring 1999 ENTER Research Professor, University College London
Fall 1998 Visiting Research Professor, Northwestern University
1995-2002

Full Professor of Economics, University of Mannheim

1991-1995
Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Bonn
1992-1993
Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Michigan, Ann-Arbor
Spring 1992 Visiting Lecturer, University of Tel-Aviv
Summer 1991

Landau Fellow, Hebrew University of Jerusalem


Honors and Grants

 

Advanced Investigators Grant, European Research Council, 2010 - 2015

Keynote Lecture, EARIE Annual Conference, Stockholm 2011

Invited Lecture, European Congress of the Econometric Society in Milano, 2008

Invited Lecture, World Congress of the Econometric Society in London, 2005

Fellow of the Econometric Society, elected 2004

Fellow of the European Economic Association, 2009

Gossen Prize of the German Economic Association, 2004

Invited Lecture, Second World Congress of the Game Theory Society, Marseille 2004

Member of the Nordrhein - Westfalian Academy of Science

Invited Lecture, Econometric Society European Meeting, Venice 2002

Invited Lecture, Econometric Society US Meeting, Evanston 2003

Max Planck Research Prize, 2001

Landau Fellow, Jerusalem 1991

W.A. Jörn Prize for Best Dissertation, Bonn 1991

Research Grant, SFB Transregio, German Science Foundation, 2004-present

Research Grant, SFB 504, German Science Foundation, 1996-2002

Research Grant, SFB 303, German Science Foundation, 1989-1995

 

Professional Activities

Academic Director/ Speaker of the Bonn Graduate School of Economics, 2014-

Council Member, European Economic Association, 2010 -

Council Member, Game Theory Society, 2008 -

Co-Director of the Hausdorff Center for Mathematics (German Science Foundation Excellence-Initiative), 2006-2013

Co-Director of the Bonn Graduate School of Economics (German Science Foundation Excellence-Initiative), 2006-2013


Member of the Fellows Nominating Commitee, Econometric Society, 2006

Associate Editor, Econometrica, 2002-2008

Associate Editor, Games and Economic Behavior, 2002-2006

Associate Editor, Journal of Economic Theory, 2001-2007

Associate Editor, Journal of the European Economic Association, 2003-2005

Panel Member, Economic Policy, 2000-2002

Coordinator of the European Symposium on Economic Theory, 2001-2006

Research Fellow, CEPR, 1999-

Organizer, Conference on Multidimensional Mechanism Design, Bonn 1994

Organizer, Conference on Auctions and Market Structure, Mannheim 2000

Organizer, Conference on Matching and Two Sided Markets, Bonn 2006

Organizer, Summer Program on Mechanism Design, Hausdorff Center for Mathematics, Bonn 2009

Chairman of scientific commitee, Econometric Society meeting, Madrid 2004

Member of scientific committee, Econometric Society meeting, Maastricht 1994, Stockholm 2003, World Congress 2010

Member of scientific committee, European Economic Association meeting, Toulouse 1997

Chairman of scientific committee, German Economic Association meeting, Magdeburg 2001

Member of scientific committee, German Economic Association meeting, Lugano 1991, Mainz 1999, Berlin 2000

Member of Economic Theory Panel, German Economic Association, 1998-

Consulting


Auction design for large governmental projects (telecommunications, natural resources); Auction design for the electricity sector; Development of internet-based auction procedures for B2B e-commerce firms; Analysis of procurement mechanisms for large industrial firms; Freelance Consultant for CRA International, Boston USA.

Selected clients: General Electric, RWE, DaimlerChrysler, Trans-Elect, Fonterra, Dutch Government

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