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Peio Zuazo-Garin

  • Peio Zuazo-Garin has been at HSE University since 2020.

Education and Degrees

  • 2014

    PhD in Economics
    University of the Basque Country

  • 2007

    Bachelor's in Mathematics
    University of the Basque Country

Professional Interests

Courses (2021/2022)

Courses (2020/2021)

Publications

Journal articles6

Working papers3

Presentations at conferences and seminars

[scheduled] “Heterogeneously Perceived Incentives in Dynamic Environments: Rationalization, Robustness and Unique Selections” // European Summer Meeting of the Econometric Society (contributed). August 2022.

“Heterogeneously Perceived Incentives in Dynamic Environments: Rationalization, Robustness and Unique Selections” // Bar-Ilan University (online). May 2022.

“Heterogeneously Perceived Incentives in Dynamic Environments: Rationalization, Robustness and Unique Selections” // National University of Singapore (online). April 2022.

“Heterogeneously Perceived Incentives in Dynamic Environments: Rationalization, Robustness and Unique Selections” // Game Theory World Congress VI (contributed, online). July 2021.

“Heterogeneously Perceived Incentives in Dynamic Environments: Rationalization, Robustness and Unique Selections” // 20th Annual SAET Conference (online). June 2021.

"Failures of Contingent Thinking" // University of Edinburgh (online). April 2021.

“Heterogeneously Perceived Incentives in Dynamic Environments: Rationalization, Robustness and Unique Selections” // Università Bocconi. September 2020.

“Higher-Order Rationality and the Structure of Games” // University of Michigan-Theory Reading Group (online). May 2020.

“Heterogeneously Perceived Incentives in Dynamic Environments: Rationalization, Robustness and Unique Selections” // ICEF-Higher School of Economics (online). March 2020.

“Rationalizability, Observability and Common Knowledge” // Kyung Hee University. September 2019.

“Rationalizability, Observability and Common Knowledge” // Korea University. September 2019.

“Rationalizability, Observability and Common Knowledge” // The 30th Summer Festival on Game Theory (contributed). July 2019.

“Rationalizability, Observability and Common Knowledge” // 19th Annual SAET Conference. July 2019.

“Rationalizability, Observability and Common Knowledge” // University of Alicante. June 2019.

“Strategic Cautiousness as an Expression of Robustness to Ambiguity” // Royal Holloway-University of London. February 2019.

“Strategic Cautiousness as an Expression of Robustness to Ambiguity” // Universitat Aunònoma de Barcelona. February 2019.

“Strategic Cautiousness as an Expression of Robustness to Ambiguity” // Universitat Pompeu Fabra. November 2018.

“Strategic Cautiousness as an Expression of Robustness to Ambiguity” // Universitat de Barcelona. October 2018.

“Strategic Cautiousness as an Expression of Robustness to Ambiguity” // 3rd GRODE Workshop. September 2018.

“Strategic Cautiousness as an Expression of Robustness to Ambiguity” // GTM2018 (contributed). June 2018.

“Rationalizability and Observability” // ICEF–Higher School of Economics. March 2018.

“Strategic Cautiousness as an Expression of Robustness to Ambiguity” // Universidad Pública de Navarra. March 2018.

“Strategic Cautiousness as an Expression of Robustness to Ambiguity” // North American Summer Meeting of the Econometric Society (contributed). June 2017.

“Rationalizability and Observability” // University of the Basque Country. December 2016.

“Rationalizability and Observability” // Universidad Pública de Navarra. December 2016.

“Uncertain Rationality, Depth of Reasoning and Robustness in Games with Incomplete Information” // University of Wisconsin-Madison. December 2016.

“Uncertain Rationality, Depth of Reasoning and Robustness in Games with Incomplete Information” // Game Theory World Congress V (contributed). July 2016.

“Uncertain Rationality, Depth of Reasoning and Robustness in Games with Incomplete Information” // Universitat de Barcelona. January 2016.

“Uncertain Information Transmission and Backward Induction” // Conference in Honor of Sergiu Hart (contributed, poster). June 2015.

“Uncertain Information Transmission and Backward Induction” // Trobada d’Economia. June 2015.

“Uncertain Information Transmission and Backward Induction” // MOVE-Federman Center for Rationality Joint Workshop. May 2015.

“Approximate Rationalizability in Games with Incomplete Information” // LOFT 11 (contributed). July 2014.

“Uncertain Information Structures and Backward Induction” // Universitat Rovira i Virgili. June 2014.

“Uncertain Information Structures and Backward Induction” // XXXVIII SAEe Meeting (contributed). December 2013.

“Uncertain Information Structures and Backward Induction” // ASSET 2013 (contributed). December 2013.

“Incomplete Imperfect Information and Backward Induction” // V Interuniversitary Meeting of Researcher in Collective Decisions. September 2013.

“Incomplete Imperfect Information and Backward Induction” // 2nd International Workshop of Game Theory, Epistemic Logic and Related Topics (contributed). July 2013.

“Incomplete Imperfect Information and Backward Induction” // The 24th Summer Festival on Game Theory (contributed). July 2013.

“Bounded Rationality and Correlated Equilibria” // 5th Israeli Game Theory Meeting (contributed, poster). May 2013.

“Incomplete Imperfect Information and Backward Induction” // Center for the Study of Rationality. May 2013.

“Incomplete Imperfect Information and Backward Induction” // Tel Aviv University. May 2013.

“Incomplete Imperfect Information and Backward Induction” // VI Interuniversitary Meeting of Researcher in Collective Decisions. December 2012.

“Games with Perception” // Game Theory World Congress IV (contributed, poster). July 2012.

“Approximate Rationality and Correlated Equilibria” // SING8 (contributed). July 2012.

“Approximate Rationality and Correlated Equilibria” // Center for the Study of Rationality. March 2012.

“Heterogeneous 2x2 Games” // GTM5 (contributed). June 2011.

Employment history

2019 - 2020 - University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU). Assistant Professor

2018 - 2019 - Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF). Postdoctoral Researcher

2016 - 2018 - University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU). Postdoctoral Reseacher

2015 - 2016 - Universitat Rovira i Virgili (URV). Postdoctoral Researcher


Academic visits

2016 - Northwestern University (NU), Kellogg School of Management. Visiting scholar, 24 months

2014 - Northwestern University (NU), Kellogg School of Management. Visiting scholar, 4 months

2013 - Tel Aviv University (TAU), Department of Statistics and Operations Research. Visiting PhD student, 6 months

2012 - Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJI), Center for the Study of Rationality. Visiting PhD student, 4 months

2011 - Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF), Department of Economics and Business. Visiting PhD student, 3 months

Timetable for today

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"Face-to-face interaction is irreplaceable in academia": HSE and NES teamed up for Microeconomics Workshop

On October 14, ICEF HSE, HSE Faculty of Economic Sciences, and NES hosted a one-day, multiple-session workshop that featured the research being conducted by their scientists. A live streamed event held offline, the workshop proved another confirmation that digital services can never replace face-to-face communication.

ICEF Academia held a welcome meeting for its new enrollment

Alongside with the core curriculum,ICEF Academia offers its students more advanced courses, research and scientific debate opportunities, and better preparation for academic careers. Presenting ICEF Academia to first-year students were its leaders, teachers, and ICEF graduate Arseny Stolyarov, who is currently doing a PhD at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.

“I am looking forward to lecturing live”

Peio Zuazo-Garin, ICEF assistant professor and a PhD graduate from the University of the Basque Country, joined HSE at a time when all the usual formats of research and teaching were disrupted by the pandemic. In an interview he told how to adapt to a new place of work online, what are the pros and cons of academic prestige, why he loves Moscow and why he recalls bullfighting during the discussions with ICEF students.