Apr 20, 2012
Kalai, Eagly named American Academy of Arts & Sciences fellows
Congratulations to Ehud Kalai and Alice Eagly for being named fellows of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, a prestigious group to which both were elected by their peers for their contributions to their fields. Kalai is a professor in the Management and Strategy department, where he has pushed the boundaries of game theory. He is also the founding editor of Games and Economic Behavior, a top journal in the field. Eagly is a professor (courtesy) of management and organizations. Her work focuses on gender differences in leadership among other topics.
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