Jeffrey H. Weiss
Professor of Economics and Finance
AB University of California at Berkeley 1971 MS University of Wisconsin-Madison 1975 PhD University of Wisconsin-Madison 1981
Areas of Expertise:
Public Economics, Public Finance, Public Policy, Game Theory, Microeconomic Theory
"On the Invariance of a Mean Voter Theorem" (with B. K. Ma). Journal of Economic Theory, 66: 264-74, 1995.
"A Generalized Mean Voter Theorem" (with B. K. Ma). Economics Letters, 42: 185-88, 1993.
"Can Donations Reduce a Donor's Welfare?" Public Choice, 47: 337-47, 1986.
"The Algebraic Structure of Games" (with N. L. Kleinberg). Mathematical Social Sciences, 9: 35-44, 1985.
"Equivalent n-Person Games and the Null Space of the Shapley Value" (with N. L. Kleinberg). Mathematics of Operations Research, 10: 233-43, 1985.
Executive Committee, Department of Economics and Finance, 1996-2001.
Recruiting Committee, Department of Economics and Finance, 2002.
Producer and creator of interactive videos for the large microeconomics lecture, 2002.
Chair, Economics Faculty Seminar, 1980-93.
Awards, Honors, etc.:
National Institute of Mental Health Dissertation Fellowship, 1975-76.
Ford Fellowship, 1973.