RePEc Genealogy page for Eric S. Maskin

This page traces who advised whom during graduate studies for Eric S. Maskin (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS). You can help amend this and other pages of this project here. You can also look at the page's history.

Graduate studies

Eric S. Maskin got the terminal degree from Department of Economics, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (USA) in 1976.

Advisor

  1. Kenneth J. Arrow (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)

Students

  1. At unknown department:
    1. Year? Jay Pil Choi (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    2. Year? Andrew F. Newman (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    3. Year? Brishti Guha (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    4. Year? E. Somanathan (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    5. Year? Philippe Thalmann (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    6. Year? Yaron Raviv (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    7. Year? Kareen Rozen (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    8. Year? Leandro Arozamena (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    9. Year? Barbara Joyce Alexander (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    10. Year? Ramon Caminal (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    11. Year? Tanjim Hossain (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    12. Year? Mark Machina (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    13. Year? Sang-Seung Yi (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    14. Year? Yijiang Wang (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    15. Year? Stephen Peter King (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    16. Year? LucĂ­a Quesada (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
  2. Economics Department, London School of Economics (LSE), London, United Kingdom
    1. 1986 Patrick Bolton (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
  3. Department of Economics, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey (USA)
    1. 2006 Daisuke Nakajima (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
  4. Economics Department, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, Massachusetts (USA)
    1. 1981 Drew Fudenberg (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    2. 1981 Jean Tirole (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    3. 1984 Michael Whinston (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    4. 1985 Jonathan L. Burke (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    5. 1985 Robert W. Vishny (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
  5. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (USA)
    1. 1998 Sven E. Feldmann (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
  6. Department of Economics, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (USA)
    1. 1988 John Nachbar (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    2. 1991 Chenggang Xu (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    3. 1991 Alain de Crombrugghe (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    4. 1991 Klaus D. Nehring (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    5. 1991 Simon Grant (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    6. 1992 Michael Kremer (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    7. 1992 Roberto Serrano (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    8. 1993 Chiaki Hara (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    9. 1993 Sandeep Baliga (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    10. 1994 Rachel Croson (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    11. 1994 Andrew Metrick (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    12. 1996 Massimo Morelli (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    13. 1996 Armando Gomes (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    14. 1996 Maitreesh Ghatak (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    15. 1997 Steven Tadelis (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    16. 1998 Antonio Rangel (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    17. 1998 Murat Usman (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    18. 1999 Eliana La Ferrara (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    19. 1999 Matthew Ellman (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    20. 1999 Illoong Kwon (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    21. 2000 Jae Nahm (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)
    22. 2000 Estelle Cantillon (RePEc Genealogy, EconPapers, IDEAS)