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# Omer Tamuz

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I am an assistant professor of economics and mathematics at Caltech. My research is in microeconomic theory, including game theory, learning and information, as well as in probability, ergodic theory and group theory. I'm also interested in machine learning and statistics. I am a member of the Caltech SISL and DOLCIT interdisciplinary research groups.

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EC '20: The 21st ACM Conference on Economics and Computation
Virtual Event
Hungary
..., pp.643, (2020)

Proceedings of the 2019 ACM Conference on Economics and Computation, pp.315-315, (2019)

Journal of Political Economy, (2019)

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**1**BibtexarXiv: Group Theory, (2019)

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Annals of Mathematics, no. 1 (2019): 307-320

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**3**BibtexarXiv: Probability, (2019)

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Inventiones mathematicae, no. 3 (2019): 833-851

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**3**BibtexJ. Economic Theory, (2018): 383-409

arXiv: Theoretical Economics, (2018)

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AAAI, (2018)

ISIT, (2018): 1735-1738

SODA '18: Symposium on Discrete Algorithms
New Orleans
Louisiana
January, 2018, (2018): 1625-1644

EC, pp.639-577, (2018)

arXiv: Theoretical Economics, (2018)

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Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems, pp.1-9, (2017)

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**4**BibtexarXiv: Dynamical Systems, (2016)

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