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Nicholas C. Yannelis
Economics
Professor
Henry B. Tippie Research Professor of Economics
319-335-2290
nicholas-yannelis@uiowa.edu
W380
Pappajohn Business Building
The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 52242-1994
Website
Google Scholar Profile page
Curriculum Vitae
Academic History
PhD in Economics, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, 1983
MA, University of Rochester, 1979
MA, London School of Economics, 1977
BA, Athens School of Economics, 1976
Selected Publications
Discontinuous games with asymmetric information: an extension of Reny's existence theorem (with Wei He), Nicholas C. Yannelis, Games and Economic Behavior, 2015 - Publication Details Forthcoming
Existence of Walrasian Equilibria with Discontinuous, Non-Ordered, Interdependent and Price-dependent Preferences (with Wei He), Nicholas C. Yannelis, Economic Theory, 2015 - Publication Details Forthcoming
Stable Sets for Asymmetric Information Economies, ( with M. Graziano and C. Meo) , Nicholas C. Yannelis, International Journal of Economic Theory, 2015
Aggregate Preferred Correspondence and the Existence of a Maximin REE, Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, vol. 414, 1, (2014), p. 29-45, A. Bhowmik, J. Cao, Nicholas C. Yannelis
On the Existence of Mixed Strategy Nash Equilibria (with P. Prokopovych), Nicholas C. Yannelis, Journal of Mathematical Economics, 52 (2014), 87-97, 2014
An Interpretation of Ellsberg's Paradox based on information and incompleteness, Nicholas C. Yannelis, Luciano de Castro, Economic Theory Bulletin, 2013
Incentive Compatibility of Rational Expectations Equilibrium in Large Economies: A Counterexample , Nicholas C. Yannelis, Y. Sun, L. Wu, Economic Theory Bulletin, vol 1, 2013, 3-10
Incentive compatibility with interdependent Preferences, Nicholas C. Yannelis, M. Pesce, International Journal of Economic Theory, vol 8, 2012, 87-114
Existence, Incentive Compatibility and Efficiency of the Rational Expectations Equilibrium, Y. Sun, L. Wu, Nicholas C. Yannelis, Games and Economic Behavior, eElsevier, pub., vol 76, 2012, 329-339
Core and Equilibria under Ambiguity, Nicholas C. Yannelis, L. deCastro, M. Pesce, Economic Theory, vol 48, 2011, 519-548
Equilibrium Theory with Satiable and Non-Ordered Preferences, Nicholas C. Yannelis, D.C. Won, Journal of Mathematical Economics, vol 47, 2011, 245-250
Existence of an Interim and Ex-ante Minimax Point for an Asymmetric Game, Nicholas C. Yannelis, Economics Letters, vol 108, 2010, 4-6
Learning and Stability of the Bayesian Walrasian Equilibrium, Nicholas C. Yannelis, M. Pesce, Journal of Mathematical Economics, vol 46, 2010, 762-774
Bayesian Walrasian Expectations Equilibrium: Beyond the Rational Expectations Equilibrium, Nicholas C. Yannelis, E. Balder, Economic Theory, vol 38, 2009, 385-397
Debreu’s Social Equilibrium Theorem with a Continuum of Agents and Asymmetric Information, Nicholas C. Yannelis, Economic Theory, vol 38, 2009, 419-432
On non Revealing Rational Expectations Equilibrium, Nicholas C. Yannelis, D. Glycopantis, A. Muir, Economic Theory, vol 38, 2009, 351-369
Capital Market Equilibrium without Riskless Assets: Heterogeneous Expectations, Nicholas C. Yannelis, G. Hahn, D. Won, Annals of Finance, vol 4, 2008, 183-195
Equilibrium Theory with Asymmetric Information and with Infinitely Many Commodities, Nicholas C. Yannelis, K. Podczeck, Journal of Economic Theory, vol 141, 2008, 152-183
Equilibrium Theory with Unbounded Consumption Sets and Non-Ordered Preferences, Part I, Nicholas C. Yannelis, D. Won, Journal of Mathematical Economics, vol 44, 2008, 1266-1283
Ex ante Efficiency implies Incentive Compatibility, Nicholas C. Yannelis, Y. Sun, Economic Theory, vol 36, 2008, 35-55
Saturation and the Integration of Banach Valued Correspondences, Nicholas C. Yannelis, Y. Sun, Journal of Mathematical Economics, vol 44, 2008, 861-865
Core, Equilibria and Incentives in Large Asymmetric Information Economies, Nicholas C. Yannelis, Y. Sun, Games and Economics Behavior, vol 61, 2007, 131-155
Perfect Competition in Differential Information Economies: Compatibility of Efficiency and Incentives, Nicholas C. Yannelis, Y. Sun, Journal of Economic Theory, vol 134, 2007, 175-194
Pure Strategy Nash Equilibrium in Games with Private and Public Information, Nicholas C. Yannelis, H. Fu, Y. Sun, Z. Zhang, Journal of Mathematical Economics, vol 43, 2007, 523-531
Continuity Properties of the Private Core, Nicholas C. Yannelis, E. Balder, Economic Theory, vol 29, 2006, 453-454
On Extensive Form Implementation of Equilibria in Differential Information Economies, Nicholas C. Yannelis, Advances in Mathematical Economics, vol 8, 2006, 185-214
An Equivalence Theorem for a Differential Information Economy, Nicholas C. Yannelis, C. Herves, E. Moreno, Journal of Mathematical Economics, vol 41, 2005, 844-856
Characterization and Incentive Compatibility of the Walrsasisn Expectations Equilibrium in Infinite Dimensional Spaces, Nicholas C. Yannelis, C. Herves, E. Moreno, Economic Theory, vol 26, 2005, 361-381
Non-Implementation of REE Allocations as a Perfect Bayesian Equilibrium, Nicholas C. Yannelis, D. Glycopantis, A. Muir, Economic Theory, vol 26, 2005, 765-791
Coalition Structure Values in Differential Information Economies: Is Unity a Strength?, Nicholas C. Yannelis, S. Krasa, A. Temimi, Journal of Mathematical Economics, vol 39, 2003, 51-62
On Extensive Form Implementation of Contracts in Differential Information Economies, Nicholas C. Yannelis, D. Glycopantis, A. Muir, Economic Theory, vol 21, 2003, 495-526
A Bayesian Equilibrium Existence Theorem, Advances in Mathematical Economics 2002, Nicholas C. Yannelis, Advances in Mathematical Economics, vol 4, 2002, 61-72
A Theory of Value with Non-Linear Prices: Equilibrium Analysis Beyond Vector Lattices, Nicholas C. Yannelis, C.D. Aliprantis, R. Tourky, Journal of Economic Theory, vol 100, 2001, 22-72
An Extensive Form Interpretation of the Private Core, Nicholas C. Yannelis, D. Glycopantis, A. Muir, Economic Theory, vol 18, 2001, 293-319
Coalitional Bayesian Nash Implementation in Differential Information Economies, Nicholas C. Yannelis, G. Hahn, Economic Theory, vol 18, 2001, 485-509
Markets with Many More Agents than Commodities: Aumann’s Hidden Assumption, Nicholas C. Yannelis, R. Tourky, Journal of Economic Theory, vol 101, 2001, 189-221
On Differential Information Economies, Nicholas C. Yannelis, B. Allen, Economic Theory, vol 18, 2001, 263-273
Cone Conditions in General Equilibrium Theory, Nicholas C. Yannelis, C.D. Aliprantis, R. Tourky, Journal of Economic Theory, vol 92, 2000, 96-121
The Riesz-Kantorovich Formula and General Equilibrium Theory, Nicholas C. Yannelis, C.D. Aliprantis, R. Tourky, Journal of Mathematical Economics, vol 34, 2000, 55-76
Bounded Rational Learning in Differential Information Economies: Core and Value, Nicholas C. Yannelis, L. Koutsougeras, Journal of Mathematical Economics, vol 31, 1999, 373-391
Learning in Bayesian Games by Bounded Rational Players II: Non-Myopia, Nicholas C. Yannelis, Macroeconomic Dynamics, vol 2, 1998, 141-155
Efficiency and Incentive Compatibility in Differential Information Economies, Nicholas C. Yannelis, G. Hahn, Economic Theory, vol 10, 1997, 383-411
Existence of Equilibrium in Bayesian Games with Infinitely Many Players, Nicholas C. Yannelis, T. Kim, Journal of Economic Theory, vol 77, 1997, 330-353
Learning in Bayesian Games by Bounded Rational Players, Nicholas C. Yannelis, T. Kim, Macroeconomic Dynamics, vol 1, 1997, 568-587
Existence and Properties of a Value Allocation for an Economy with Differential Information, Nicholas C. Yannelis, S. Krasa, Journal of Mathematical Economics, vol 25, 1996, 165-179
An Elementary Proof of the Knaster-Kuratowski-Mazurkiewitz-Shapley Theorem, Nicholas C. Yannelis, S. Krasa, Economic Theory, vol 4, 1994, 467-471
Bounded Rationality and Learning, Nicholas C. Yannelis, Y. Nyarko, M. Woodford, Economic Theory, vol 4, 1994, 811-820
Convergence and Approximation Results for Non-Cooperative Bayesian Games: Learning Theorems, Nicholas C. Yannelis, L. Koutsougeras, Economic Theory, vol 4, 1994, 843-857
The Value Allocation of an Economy with Differential Information, Nicholas C. Yannelis, S. Krasa, Econometrica, vol 62, 1994, 881-900
Incentive Compartibility and Information Superiority of the Core of an Economy with Differential Information, Nicholas C. Yannelis, L. Koutsougeras, Economic Theory, vol 3, 1993, 195-216
On the Continuity of Expected Utility, Nicholas C. Yannelis, E. Balder, Economic Theory, vol 4, 1993, 625-643
Edgeworth’s Conjecture in Economies with a Continuum of Agents and Commodities, Nicholas C. Yannelis, A. Rustichini, Journal of Mathematical Economics, vol 20, 1991, 307-326
The Core of an Economy with Differential Information, Nicholas C. Yannelis, Economic Theory, vol 1, 1991, 183-198
On the Upper and Lower Semicontinuity of the Aumann Integral, Nicholas C. Yannelis, Journal of Mathematical Economics, vol 19, 1990, 373-389
Equilibria in Abstract Economies with a Measure Space of Agents and with an Infinite Dimensional Strategy Space, Nicholas C. Yannelis, T. Kim, K. Prikry, Journal of Approximation Theory, vol 56, 1989, 256-266
Weak Sequential Convergence in Lp(m,X), Nicholas C. Yannelis, Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, vol 141, 1989, 72-83
Fatou’s Lemma in Infinite Dimensional Spaces, Nicholas C. Yannelis, Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society, vol 102, 1988, 303-310
On a Caratheodory-Type Selection Theorem, Nicholas C. Yannelis, T. Kim, K. Prikry, Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, vol 135, 1988, 664-670
Caratheodory-Type Selections and Random Fixed Point Theorems, Nicholas C. Yannelis, T. Kim, K. Prikry, Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, vol 122, 1987, 393-407
Equilibria in Non-Cooperative Models of Competition, Nicholas C. Yannelis, Journal of Economic Theory, vol 41, 1987, 96-111
Equilibria in Banach Lattices without Ordered Preferences, Journal of Mathematical Economics 1986, Nicholas C. Yannelis, W. Zame
Maximal Elements over Non-Compact Subsets of Linear Topological Spaces, Nicholas C. Yannelis, Economics Letters, vol 17, 1985, 133-136
On a Market Equilibrium Theorem with an Infinite Number of Commodities, Nicholas C. Yannelis, Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, vol 108, 1985, 595-599
Non-Symmetric Cardinal Value Allocations, Nicholas C. Yannelis, A. Scafuri, Econometrica, vol 52, 1984, 1365-1368
Existence and Fairness of Value Allocation without Convex Preferences, Nicholas C. Yannelis, Journal of Economic Theory, vol 31, 1983, 283-292
Existence of Maximal Elements and Equilibria in Linear Topological Spaces, Nicholas C. Yannelis, N.D. Prabhakar, Journal of Mathematical Economics, vol 12, 1983, 233-245
Other Work
Symposium in honor of Wayne J. Shafer, Nicholas C. Yannelis, S. Krasa, H.F. Sonnenschein, Economic Theory, 2010
Contributions in Economic Theory: Symposium in the honor of C.D. Aliprantis, Co-Editor, Nicholas C. Yannelis, B. Cornet, E.C. Prescott, Journal of Mathematical Economics, 2008
Rationality and Equilibrium: Symposium in the honor of Marchel K. Richter, Nicholas C. Yannelis, C.D. Aliprantis, D. MacFadden, J. Moore, R. Matzkin, Economic Theory, 2006
Differential Information Economies, Nicholas C. Yannelis, D. Glycopantis, Springer, 2005
Assets Beliefs and Equilbria in Economic Dynamics: Essays in honor of Mordecai Kurz, Nicholas C. Yannelis, C.D. Aliprantis, K. Arrow, P. Hammond, F. Kubler, H. Wu, Economic Theory, 2003
Co-Editor of a Special issue of the Journal of Mathematical Economics, Nicholas C. Yannelis, Journal of Mathematical Economics, 2003
Current Trends in Economics: Theory and Applications, Nicholas C. Yannelis, A. Alkan, C.D. Aliprantis, Springer Verlag, 1999
Functional Analysis and Economic Theory, Nicholas C. Yannelis, Y. Abramovich, E. Avgerinos, Springer-Verlag, 1998
Equilibrium Theory in Infinite Dimensional Spaces, Studies in Economic Theory 1991, Nicholas C. Yannelis, M. Ali Khan, Springer-Verlag, 1991
Prior Positions
Sir John Hicks Professor of Economic Theory, The University of Manchester, Manchester, UK, 2009 - 2011
Director and founder, University of Illinois - Athens MBA program, University of Illinois, 1995 - 1998
Director of Graduate Studies, University of Illinois, 1988 - 1993
Professional Affiliations
Editor, Economic Theory Bulletin, 2013 - current
Editor, Economic Theory, June 2009 - current
Associate Editor, Journal of Math Econ, January 1993 - current
Editor, Studies in Economic Theory, January 1991 - current
Presentations
Implementation Under Ambiguity, Summer Workshop in Economic Theory, University of Paris 1, , Pantheon-Sorbonne, France, July 2013
Implementation Under Ambiguity, Vanderbilt University, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, July 2013
Implementation Under Ambiguity, European General Equilibrium Conference, European General Equilibrium Society, Vienna, Austria, June 2013
Implementation Under Ambiguity, University of California, University of California, Davis, Davis, CA, April 2013
Implementation Under Ambiguity, St Andrews University, St Andrews University, St Andrews, Scotland, March 2013
Implementation Under Ambiguity, Indiana University, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, October 2012
A New Perspective to Rational Expectations: Maximum Rational Expectations Equilibrium, Indiana University-Purdue University, Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis, IN, September 2012
Implementation Under Ambiguity, Economic Society Australasian Meetings, University of Sydney, Melbourne, Australia, July 2012
Implementation Under Ambiguity, Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory Conference, University of Queensland, Queensland, Australia, July 2012
On the Implementation of the Maximin Core, Research Center for Games and Economic Behavior Workshop: Markets and Games, Shandong University, Qingdao, China, June 2012
Ambiguity Solves the Conflict Between Efficiency and Incentive Compatibility, University of Manchester, University of Manchester, UK, Manchester, UK, May 2012
A New Perspective to Rational Expectations: Maximum Rational Expectations Equilibrium, University of Minnesota, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, May 2012
Implementation Under Ambiguity, University of Southern California, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, April 2012
Implementation Under Ambiguity, Rice University, Rice University, Houston, TX, January 2012
Ambiguity and General Equilibrium Under Asymmetrical Information, University Federico II, University of Federico II, Naples, Italy, January 2012
Ambiguity and General Equilibrium Under Asymmetrical Information, University of Paris 8, University of Paris 8, Paris, France, January 2012
Implementation under Ambiguity, Research Center for Games and Economic Behavior Workshop: Markets and Games, Shandong University, Qingdao, China, October 2011
Ambiguity and General Equilibrium Under Asymmetrical Information, Society for the Advancement in Economic Theory Conference, York University, Ancao, Portugal, July 2011
Ambiguity and General Equilibrium Under Asymmetrical Information, University of Queensland, University of Queensland, Queensland, Australia, July 2011
A New Perspective to Rational Expectations: Maximum Rational Expectations Equilibrium, Society for Advancement of Economic Theory Conference, Vigo University, Vigo, Spain, June 2011
A New Perspective to Rational Expectations: Maximum Rational Expectations Equilibrium, Summer Workshop in Economic Theory, Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, France, June 2011
A New Perspective to Rational Expectations: Maximum Rational Expectations Equilibrium, York University, York University, UK, York, UK, May 2011
Ambiguity Solves the Conflict Between Efficiency and Incentive Compatibility, Rutgers University, Rutgers University, New Jersey, October 2010
Equilibrium with Asymmetrical Information, Neuroeconomics, Society for Advancement of Economic Theory Conference, National University of Singapore, Singapore, August 2010
On the Unequal Treatment of Value Allocations, Summer Workshop in Economic Theory, University of Paris 1, Paris, France, July 2010
Equilibrium with Asymmetrical Information, Neuroeconomics, Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory Conference, Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory, Singapore, August 2009
Ambiguity Solves the Conflict Between Efficiency and Incentive Compatibility, Game Theory Workshop, University of Manchester, UK, UK, June 2009
Maximum Rational Expectations Equilibrium, General Equilibrium Conference, European General Equilibrium Society, Barcelona, Spain, June 2009
Ambiguity Solves the Conflict Between Efficiency and Incentive Compatibility, Public Economic Theory Conference, Public Economic Theory Society, Galway, Ireland, June 2009
A New Perspective to Rational Expectations: Maximum Rational Expectations Equilibrium, Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory Conference, Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory, Ischia, Italy, June 2009
Ambiguity and General Equilibrium Under Asymmetrical Information, Society for Advancement of Economic Theory , Manchester University, UK, Manchester, UK, May 2009
Committees and Professional Service
Econometric Society, invited speaker, Melbourne, Australia 2012
Econometric Society, Program Committee, Singapore , 2013
Advisory board member, European Doctorate in Economics, Erasmus Mundus, University of Amsterdam, Bielefeld University, University of Paris 1, University of Venice, Cattholique University of Louvain, 2010-current
Advisory board member, Quantitative Methods in Economics, Erasmus Mundus University of Paris 1, 2010-current
SAET Conference, program committee co-Chair Paris, 2013
Strategic Planning Committee, 2012-2013
Dean's Advisory Committee , 2011-2013
NBER/NSF GE conference, program committee Chair, Iowa City , 2011