Jonathan Weinstein

Professor of Economics
Director of Graduate Studies in Economics
Member of the Master Program Management Committee
Member of the PhD Committee
PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
research interests:
  • Microeconomic Theory
  • Game Theory
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    • Department of Economics
    • MSC 1208‐228‐308
    • Washington University in St. Louis
    • One Brookings Drive
    • St. Louis, MO 63130-4899
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    Professor Weinstein studies microeconomic theory and game theory. 

    Weinstein’s recent papers include “The Effect of Changes in Risk Attitude on Strategic Behavior” and “Reputation without Commitment in Finitely-Repeated Games.”

    Current Working Papers

    "Direct Complementarity" (also, slides presented in July 2017)

    Uncertain Rationality, Depth of Reasoning and Robustness in Games with Incomplete Information,” with Fabrizio Germano and Peio Zuazo-Garin, revision requested by Theoretical Economics.

    Recent Publications

     "Best-Reply Sets,Economic Theory Bulletin, April 2020.

     “Bayesian Inference Tempered by Classical Hypothesis Testing,” Theoretical Economics, 2017.

    "Interim Correlated Rationalizability in Infinite Games," with Muhamet Yildiz (Journal of Mathematical Economics, October 2017)

    "The Effect of Changes in Risk Attitude on Strategic Behavior," (Econometrica, September 2016)

     “Reputation without Commitment,” with Muhamet Yildiz (Theoretical Economics, January 2016)