Daniel Rappoport

Assistant Professor
Chicago Booth

Daniel Rappoport’s research focuses on microeconomic theory. He is particularly interested in communication games, information design, and monotone comparative statics.

He earned both a PhD and an MPhil in economics from Columbia University. He also received BS degrees with honors in mathematics and economics (summa cum laude) from George Washington University. Additionally, he has work experience as a summer consultant at Bates White economic consulting firm.

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