Krishna Dasaratha, Kevin He, and Wayne Gao Win Awards at ACM EC 2021

Economics Assistant Professor Kevin He and Krishna Dasaratha won the Best Paper Award and Best Student Paper Award for their joint work “Aggregative efficiency of Bayesian learning in networks” at the ACM Conference on Economics and Computation this year (ACM EC'21).

Economics Assistant Professor Wayne Gao won the Exemplary Artificial Intelligence and Computation Track Paper Award for his work “How flexible is that functional form? Measuring the restrictiveness of theories” (joint with Drew Fudenberg and Annie Liang).

The Best Paper Award is selected from the 130 accepted papers submitted by computer scientists and economists at ACM EC'21, and the Best Student Paper Award only considers the papers where at least one author is a student at the time of submission.