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

Rappoport earned both a PhD and an MPhil in economics from Columbia University. From George Washington, he earned a BS (with honors) in mathematics and a BS (with honors) in economics. Additionally, he has work experience as a summer consultant at Bates White Economic Consulting.

Outside of academia, Rappoport enjoys playing squash, running, and board games.

Academic Areas

  • Microeconomics

Working Papers

2021 - 2022 Course Schedule

Number Course Title Quarter
33001 Microeconomics 2022 (Spring)