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Amarante, Massimiliano

Associate Professor


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Amarante, Massimiliano

Research expertise

Professor Massimiliano Amarante holds a PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His main fields of research are decision theory under uncertainty, and game theory (co-operative and non-co-operative).

Areas of expertise


  • “Information and Ambiguity: toward a foundation of non-Expected Utility”, conditionally accepted Mathematics of Operations Research
  • “Contracting on ambiguous prospects”  (with M. Ghossoub and E. Phelps), forthcoming Economic Journal. 
  • “Analogy in Decision Making”, , Mathematics of Operations Research 40, 2015.
  • “The Bargaining set of a large game”  (with L. Montrucchio), Economic Theory 43, 2010.
  • “Foundations of Neo-Bayesian Statistics”Journal of Economic Theory 144, 2009.
  • “Ambiguous Events and Maxmin Expected Utility”  (with E. Filiz), Journal of Economic Theory 134, 2007.
  • “Recursive Structure and Equilibria for Games with Private Monitoring”, Economic Theory 22, 2003.