Board of Advisors

Martin Shubik – Yale University

Martin Shubik Martin Shubik is the Seymour H. Knox Professor of Mathematical Institutional Economics at Yale University. He was educated at the University of Toronto and Princeton University and has been a member of the Yale faculty since 1963. Prof. Shubik specializes in strategic analysis, the study of financial institutions, and the economics of corporate competition, and is a well-known figure in Game Theory. He has written a number of books and essays, including Political Economy, Oligopoly and Experimental Games (Edward Elgar, 1999) and The Theory of Money and Financial Institutions (MIT Press, 1999).

Elon Kohlberg – Harvard Business School

Elon Kohlberg Elon Kohlberg is the Royal Little Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School. Kohlberg received a B.Sc., M.Sc., and Ph.D. (summa cum laude) in mathematics from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. His research is mainly in Game Theory, and in particular the study of non-cooperative equilibrium. Kohlberg has taught  Mangerial Economics, Competitive Decision Making, Strategy, and Finance in the MBA, Ph.D., and executive programs at Harvard Business School. Kohlberg serves on the board of directors of Teva North America, Ormat Technologies, and Medinol, and is the founder and chairman of Digi-Block, Inc.

Yair Tauman – Stony Brook & Tel Aviv

Yair Tauman Yair Tauman is a leading professor in the department of Economics at the State University of New York, Stony Brook. He has a B.Sc and M.Sc and PhD in Math and Statistics from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. His research fields include Game Theory, Imperfect Competition, and Industrial Organization. Yair teaches courses in Game Theory, Industrial Organization, Microeconomics, Statistics and Probability, Strategic Thinking.

Abraham Neyman –  Hebrew University

Abraham Neyman Abraham Neyman is a professor of mathematics at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He has a B.Sc. with distinction in Math and a M.Sc. with distinction in Mathematics from the Hebrew University, Jerusalem. Abraham also has a PhD. In Mathematics, summa cum laude from the Hebrew University, Jerusalem.  In 1977 he won  the Abraham Urbach prize for distinguished thesis in mathematics at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and in 1979 he won the prestigious Aaron Katzir prize.

Bernard de Meyer – Paris

Bernard de Meyer Bernard De Meyer is a professor of Economics at the University of Paris. He has a PhD from the Universite Catholique de Louvain. He is an expert in the fields of Finance and Mathematics. Bernard is well published in a range of Mathematical journals.

Prof. Hitendra Wadhwa, Columbia Business School

Prof. Hitendra Wadhwa Prof. Hitendra Wadhwa is Associate Professor of Professional Practice at Columbia Business School.

Professor Wadhwa received his MBA and Ph.D. from the Sloan School of Management at MIT. He has twelve years of professional experience in strategy consulting, quantitative marketing and technology entrepreneurship.
At Columbia Business School, he teaches elective MBA and executive-MBA courses on Strategy Consulting Skills, Pricing Strategies, Building and Managing Customer Relationships, and Personal Leadership & Success. Prof. Wadhwa speaks frequently at digital marketing industry events such as Ad:Tech, Jupiter’s Online Advertising Forum and IQPC’s Pay-for-Performance Marketing Conference

Marilda Sotomayor – Rio de Janeiro

Marilda Sotomayor Marilda Sotomayor is a professor of Economics at the University of Sao Paulo. Marilda is a well renowned expert in the field of Matching Markets within Game Theory.