Dr. Amnon Schreiber

237, Building: 504
Reception Hours
Wednesdays, 18:30, In coordination by email
PO Box
Research Categories
    1. Schreiber, A. (2014). Economic indices of absolute and relative riskiness. Economic Theory, 56(2), 309-331.
    2. Schreiber, A. (2015). A note on Aumann and Serrano’s index of riskiness. Economics Letters, 131, 9-11
    3. Schreiber, A. (2016). Comparing local risks by acceptance and rejection. Mathematical Finance, 26(2), 412-430.
    4. Avramov, D., Cheng, S., Schreiber, A., & Shemer, K. (2017). Scaling up market anomalies. Journal of Investing,  26 (3) 89-105.
    5. Fishman, A., Don-Yehiya, H., & Schreiber, A. (2018). Too big to succeed or too big to fail?. Small Business Economics, 1-12.
    6. Hellman, Z., & Schreiber, A. (2018). Indexing gamble desirability by extending proportional stochastic dominance. Games and Economic Behavior109, 523-543.
    7. Heller, Yuval, and Amnon Schreiber. "Short‐term investments and indices of risk." Theoretical Economics 15, no. 3 (2020): 891-921.
    8. Peretz, Ron, Amnon Schreiber, and Ernst Schulte-Geers. "The Lipschitz constant of perturbed anonymous games." International Journal of Game Theory (2021): 1-14.
    9. Bavly, G., Heller, Y., & Schreiber, A. (2022). Social welfare in search games with asymmetric information. Journal of Economic Theory202, 105462.
    10. Kremer, Ilan, Amnon Schreiber, and Andrzej Skrzypacz. (2023) "Disclosing a Random Walk." forthcoming in Journal of Finance.
    Working Papers

    1. Disclosing a random walk, with Ilan Kremer and Andy Skrzypacz.

    2. Sampling dynamics and stable mixing in hawk-dove games, Joint with Srinivas Arigapudi  and Yuval Heller

    3. Long Term Customer Relationships, Firm Survival and Shakeout, with Arthur Fishman (R&R)

    4. Jumps in Default Risk and Debt Maturity, with Balazs Cserna and Ariel Levy 


    2021-2022 semester A:

    1. Course 66258: Financial Markets and Instruments I, for second-year students. 
    2. Course 66358: Financial Markets and Instruments II, for third-year students.



    Last Updated Date : 02/02/2023