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Edi Karni

KarniEdiEDI KARNI, the Scott and Barbara Black Professor of Economics, joined the Johns Hopkins faculty in 1980. He received his BA in economics and political science and an MA (honors) in economics from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, then an MA and PhD in economics from the University of Chicago. Dr. Karni has taught throughout the world, most recently in Tel Aviv, Rome and Paris. He has authored one book and numerous journal articles. Current working papers include “A Theory of Bayesian Decision Making,” “A Theory of Medical Decision Making,” and “A Mechanism Design for Probability Elicitation.” At Hopkins, Dr. Karni teaches Mathematical Methods in Economics I, Economics of Uncertainty, and Economics of Information.