Dr. Reut Megidish is a lecturer at Sapir Academic College in the department of Applied Economics and in the department of Human Resources Management.
Dr. Megidish earned her B.A. in Economy in 2003, her M.A. in Economy in 2007, and her Ph.D. in Economy in 2012 – all from the department of Economics at the Ben-Gurion University.
Since 2012 she has been a faculty member in the Department of Human Resources Management and since 2014 she has been a faculty member in the Department of Applied Economics at Sapir Academic College.
Her main areas of research are Game theory, All-pay competitions, decision making and contest theory.
Dr. Megidish teaches courses in her areas of expertise: Game Theory, Micro and Macro Economics, Statistics for Economists and Econometrics.
1. Megidish, R., & Sela, A. (2013). Allocation of Prizes in Contests with Participation Constraints. Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 22(4), 713-727.
2. Megidish, R., & Sela, A. (2014). Sequential Contests with Synergy and Budget Constraints. Social Choice and Welfare, 42(1), 215-243.
3. Megidish, R., & Sela, A. (2014). Caps in Sequential Contests. Economic Inquiry, 52(2), 608-617.
4. Krumer, A., Megidish, R., & Sela, A. (2017). Round-Robin Tournaments with a Dominant Player. Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 119(4), 1167-1200.
5. Krumer, A., Megidish, R., & Sela, A. (2017). First-Mover Advantage in Round-Robin Tournaments. Social Choice and Welfare, 48(3), 633-658.
6. Krumer, A., Megidish, R., & Sela, A. (2019). The Optimal Design of Round-Robin Tournaments with Three Players. Journal of Scheduling, 22(5). Online version –DOI: 10.1007/s10951-019-00624-8