- Professor (Donald J Robertson Chair) (Economics)
Hervé Moulin graduated in 1971 from the Ecole Normale Superieure in Paris, and received his Ph.D. in mathematics from the Université de Paris in 1975. Before joining the University of Glasgow, he has taught at the Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et Administration Economique in Paris, University of Paris at Dauphine, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Duke University, and Rice University.
His research has been supported in part by seven grants from the National Science Foundation (USA). He has written five books and over 100 peer-reviewed articles.
Download his CV here: Herve Moulin
Areas of expertise:
- Microeconomic theory
- Social choice
- Strategic games
- Mechanism design
- Fair division
6/11 - 5/14 Principal investigator, NSF Grant CCF 1101202, “Impartial decision-making in distributed systems” $ 235,000 (approx.)
11/04-10/07 Principal investigator, NSF Grant SES 0414543, “Axiomatic Models of Scheduling: Fairness and Incentive Compatibility” $ 200,000 (approx.)
8/01 - 7/04 Principal investigator, NSF Grant SES 0112032, “Voting, Assignment and Matching under Dichotomous Preferences” $1
Undergraduate: Game Theory, Collective Welfare, Distributive Justice, Public Economics, Microeconomic theory.
He has been a Fellow of the Econometric Society since 1983, the President of the Society for Social Choice and Welfare in 1998–1999, and a Council Member of the Game Theory Society since 2000.
He is a Co-Editor of Economic Theory, since January 2015.
He is an Associate Editor in the following journals:
Transactions on Economics and Computation 2011-present
International Journal of Game Theory 2004 – present
Games and Economic Behavior 2006-present
Mathematics of Operations Research 2006-present
Recent and forthcoming papers
Sharing the cost of risky projects (with Jens Hougaard), May 2015
One Dimensional Mechanism Design, May 2015
Entropy, Desegregation and Proportional Rationing, December 2014
Consistent Bilateral Assignment, December 2014