RESUME

 

 

Dr. Guy Barokas

Menachem Begin 5, Poleg Netanya, Israel, 4220105

Date Of Birth: 11.08.1979              

Cell Phone(Israel): 972-546276147

Cell Phone(Italy): 3484667082

Email: guy.barokas@openu.ac.il

 

 

 

 

PhD – 2014 , Department of Economics, University of Siena ,Italy.

M. A. student, research track –2007, Department of Economics,

Ben-Gurion University, Israel

Grade Point Average 93.8      

Master Dissertation

Title: General Equilibrium with Advertising

Advisor: Professor David Wettstein  

B. A.  – 2005 - Department of Economics

Ben-Gurion University (magna cum laude)

 

 

 

2007-Today 

Lecturer 

The Open University

(Intermediate Microeconomics, social choice theory, game theory)

 

2009-2011

Instructor

Tel-Aviv University.

(Introduction to economics principles, Intermediate Microeconomics).

 

2004-2008 

Instructor

Ben-Gurion University.

(Intermediate Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Managerial Economics)

 

2005-2006 

Marketing and Cost Accountant consultant at Beer–Sheva Theater

 

2003-2004

Tutor in "Yedidim Project". 

Voluntary help in absorbing new young Russian immigrants.

 

 

2009-Dean excellence award for PhD studetns.  

 

2006- Special distinction Diploma of department.

 

2005- Professor Zuscovitch Scholarship.

 

2004 - Dean Academic Excellence Award.

 

2003- Head of department excellence award.

 

 

 

 

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Prof Samuel Bowles, Email: bowles@unisi.it

Prof. Stefano Vannucci, Email: stefano.vannucci@unisi.it

Prof. Ernesto Savaglio, Email: ernesto@unich.it 

Personal 

info
 

Work

Experience
 

Education

Awards and Honors

Conferences

Publications

Barokas G (2017). A taxonomy of rationalization by incomplete preferences. Economics Letters 159, pp.138-141.

 

 

Collaborators

 

Prof. Eyal Gamliel

Prof. Yoram Krol

Prof. Tal Shavit

Dr. Arie Sherman

Barokas G (2019). Choice Theoretic foundation for libertarian paternalism, Journal of Mathematical Economics, 81: 62-73. 

 

 

Barokas G. Identifying Changing Taste from Demand Data via Golden Eggs. Social Choice and Welfare. forthcoming. 

 

 

ESNIE 2009, the eighth session of the European School on New Institutional Economics.

References 

Papers under 

      review  

-Guy Barokas, Revealed preference for intertemporal choice, 2014.

-Guy Barokas, Rational Choice with Preference for Comparability and Asymmetric Dominance, 2014.

 

-Guy Barokas, Revealed preferences over menus, 2016

 

- Guy Barokas, Choice theoretic foundation for Libertarian Paternalism, 2017.