Roman Sheremeta, PhD, is an associate professor of economics at the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University and a research affiliate at the Economic Science Institute at Chapman University. He holds a PhD in Economics from Purdue University and is a recipient of many research and teaching awards, as well as multiple grants, including the National Science Foundation and the Max Planck Institute grants. Sheremeta is one of the top-rated young economists in the world according to the IDEAS ranking and is listed as a Top Economic Thinker of Ukrainian descent by FORBES.
His research has been featured in more than 40 leading scholarly journals in economics, business, psychology, and political science, and in a variety of popular media outlets, including the WALL STREET JOURNAL, FORBES, NBC NEWS, NPR, SCIENCE DAILY, and others. The focus of his research is in experimental economics and game theory, with applications to behavioral economics, conflict resolution, industrial organization, public and labor economics. Sheremeta has served on the editorial boards of such journals as the JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC PSYCHOLOGY, GAMES, and the JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC BEHAVIOR AND ORGANISATION. Currently, he serves as an associate editor at the JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC BEHAVIOR AND ORGANISATION.
Since his appointment at the Weatherhead School of Management in 2013, Sheremeta has taught courses on negotiation, game theory, microeconomics and behavioral economics. He received a mentoring award from the Wolstein Society. In 2015, he received the Weatherhead Emerging Impact Award. And in 2018, he received the Vernon L. Smith Ascending Scholar Prize.
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