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Elad Dokow


2002B.A. in Mathematics with Computer ScienceTechnion
2005M.Sc. in Mathematics, Cum LaudeTechnion
2009Ph.D in MathematicsTechnion
2009 Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Einstein Institute of Mathematics Post-Doctorate Fellow
      1. Game Theory
      2. Social Choice
      3. Learning
CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PRESENTATIONS Workshop on Aggregation of Opinions, Yale University, New-Haven, USA 2006. The Second Israeli Conference on Game Theory in honor of Professor Yisrael Aumann, 2006. The Eighth International Meeting of the Society for Social Choice and Welfare, Istanbul, Turkey, 2006. The Center for Study of Rationality, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2009. The Department of Quantitative Economics, University of Maastricht, Netherlands, 2009 Workshop on aggregation of opinions, MOVE, Universitat Aut?noma de Barcelona , Spain , 2009
PUBLICATIONS ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNALS/PERIODICALS 1. E. Dokow and R. Holzman, Aggregation of non-binary evaluations, Advances in Applied Mathematics 45 (2010) 487-504. 2. E. Dokow and R. Holzman, Aggregation of binary evaluations, Journal of Economic Theory 145 (2010) 495-511. 3. E. Dokow and R. Holzman, Aggregation of binary evaluations with abstentions, Journal of Economic Theory 145 (2010) 544-561. 4. "Aggregation of binary evaluations for truth-functional agendas," with Ron Holzman. Social Choice and Welfare, vol. 32 (2009), pp. 221-241. 5. " Mechanism Design on Discrete Lines and Cycles, Elad Dokow, Michal Feldman, Reshef Meir and Ilan Nehama. Proceedings of the 13th ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce (EC ‘12), June 2012, Valencia, Spain, pp. 6. " Models of Manipulation on Aggregation of  Binary Evaluations with Dvir Falik  Fourth International Workshop on Computational Social Choice (Comsoc ‘12),   Sep.´12,  Krak·w, Poland. NON-REFEREED PUBLICATIONS 1. "The humanity, the moon and the land." (In Hebrew) BRM Institute, Tel Aviv University School of Business Administration (2007).
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