Adam Dominiak
Associate Professor of Economics
Virginia Tech · Department of Economics

Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
Department of Economics
3122 Pamplin Hall (0316)
Blacksburg, VA 24061

Research interests

Microeconomic Theory Decision Theory Interactive Epistemology Experimental Economics
Workshop on Advances in Decision Theory at Virginia Tech, April 6-7, 2018


  • “Belief Consistency and Invariant Risk Preferences”, (with G. Tserenjigmid), Journal of Mathematical Economics, forthcoming.
  • “Coherent Dempster-Shafer Equilibrium and Ambiguous Signals”, (with M.S. Lee), Journal of Mathematical Economics (2017), 68, 42-54.
  • “Support Notions for Belief Functions”, (with J. Eichberger), Economics Letters (2016), 146, 28-32.
  • “Agreeing to Disagree Type Results Under Ambiguity”, (with J.-P. Lefort), Journal of Mathematical Economics (2015), 61, 119-129.
  • “Iterated Choquet Expectations - A Possibility Result”, Economics Letters (2013), 120, 155-159.
  • “Agreement Theorem for Neo-Additive Beliefs”, (with J.-P. Lefort), Economic Theory (2013), 52, 1-13.
  • “A Dynamic Ellsberg Urn Experiment”, (with P. Duersch and J.-P. Lefort), Games and Economic Behavior (2012), 75, 625-638.
  • “Agreeable Trade with Pessimism and Optimism”, (with J. Eichberger and J.-P. Lefort), Mathematical Social Science (2012), 46, 119-126.
  • “Attitudes Towards Uncertainty and Randomization: An Experimental Study”, (with W. Schnedler), Economic Theory (2011), 48, 289-312.
  • “Unambiguous Events and Dynamic Choquet Preferences”, (with J.-P. Lefort), Economic Theory (2011), 46, 401-425.

Working papers

  • “Ambiguity under Growing Awareness”, (with G. Tserenjigmid), working paper.
  • “Ambiguity and Probabilistic Information”, (with J.-P. Lefort), under review.
  • “Ellsberg Meets Nash: The Ellsberg Task as a Game”, (with P. Duersch), under review, instructions.
  • “Equilibrium under Ambiguity with Belief Functions”, (with J. Eichberger), working paper.
  • “Testing Behavioral Hypothesis in Signaling Games”, (with D. Lee), working paper.

Curriculum vitae