Assistant Professor of Economics
Affiliation: NYU Abu Dhabi
Research Areas: economics of information and uncertainty
Maximilian Mihm joined NYUAD from Cornell University in 2010, and spent 2010-2011 at NYU in New York. He now teaches microeconomics and mathematics for social scientists in Abu Dhabi. His research focus is on the economics of information and uncertainty, in particular models of decision-making under ambiguity, with status-quo effects, or under limitations on attention. He is also interested in network theory, and has studied the implications of private information on cooperative behavior in social networks.