Eduardo Zambrano

Professor Zambrano is recognized internationally for his research and consulting related to Welfare Economics and the measurement of Human Development, as well as his research on Game Theory, Decision Theory, General Equilibrium Theory and Political Economy. He has presented his work at over 25 international conferences and has given invited seminars at over 25 universities and research institutions. Professor Zambrano is a member of the Editorial Board of the Latin American Economic Review and worked as a consultant to the United Nations Development Programme in matters regarding the redesign of the Human Development Index, the development of the Gender Inequality Index, and the relationship between environmental sustainability and the measurement of human development.

Education:

  • BA, Universidad Católica Andrés Bello, Venezuela
  • MA, Cornell University
  • PhD, Cornell University

Selected journal publications:

Econometrica, Games and Economic Behavior, Economic Theory, Journal of Mathematical Economics, Social Choice and Welfare.