I am director of research CNRS in computer science at LAMSADE (University of Paris Dauphine) since 2013 (and researcher at the CNRS since 2001). From 2006 to 2017, I was professor at the École Polytechnique and since september 2017, I am honorary professor at the University of Liverpool (computer science department, part-time).
I graduated from the Ecole Polytechnique (promotion X93) and did a PhD in Mathematics at the University Pierre et Marie Curie (in 2000, Habilitation in 2011). My research is in game theory, social choice, economic theory, optimization, learning, and operations research.
I am known for my voting system majority judgment invented with Michel Balinski. We published a book on the subject at the MIT Press in 2011. I also organised a weekly seminar on game theory at the Institut Henri Poincaré from 2001 to 2018, and organised several international conferences and workshops. I am associate editor in several international journals, I am responsible of the doctoral program in computer science at the University of Paris Dauphine since January 2015, and I was responsible from June 2016 to June 2019 of the french scientific society on the mathematics of optimisation and decision: SMAI-MODE. Since July 2019, I am elected member of the council of the Game Theory Society and in January 2018 I co-founded with Chloé Ridel to non-profit association "mieux voter".
Bich P., Laraki R. (2017), Externalities in Economies with Endogenous Sharing Rules, Economic Theory Bulletin, vol. 5, n°2, p. 127-137
Laraki R., Maitra A., Sudderth W. (2013), Two-person zero-sum stochastic games with semicontinuous payoff, Dynamic Games and Applications, vol. 3, n°2, p. 162-171
Laraki R., Cardaliaguet P., Sorin S. (2012), A Continuous Time Approach for the Asymptotic Value in Two-Person Zero-Sum Repeated Games, SIAM Journal on Control and Optimization, vol. 50, n°3, p. 1573-1596
Cardaliaguet P., Laraki R., Sorin S. (2012), A Continuous Time Approach for the Asymptotic Value in Two-Person Zero-Sum Repeated Games, SIAM Journal on Control and Optimization, vol. 50, n°3, p. 1573-1596
Balinski M., Jennings A., Laraki R. (2009), Monotone Incompatibility Betwenn Electing and Ranking, Economics Letters, vol. 105, n°2, p. 145-147
Laraki R., Renault J., Sorin S. (2019), Mathematical Foundations of Game Theory, Berlin Heidelberg: Springer, 229 p.
Balinski M., Laraki R. (2011), Majority Judgment: Measuring Ranking and Electing, Cambridge (Mass): MIT Press, 414 p.
Balinski M., Laraki R. (2014), What should 'majority decision' mean?, in Stéphanie Novak and Jon Elster, Majority Decisions. Principles and Practices, London: Cambridge University Press, p. 103-131
Laraki R., Balinski M. (2013), How Best to Rank Wines: Majority Judgment, in Eric Giraud-Héraud, Marie-Claude Pichery, Wine Economics: Quantitative Studies and empirical Observations, Basingstoke: Palgrave, p. 149-172
Balinski M., Laraki R. (2010), Election by Majority Judgement: Experimental Evidence, in Bernard Dolez, Bernard Grofman, Annie Laurent, In Situ and Laboratory Experiments on Electoral Law Reform: French Presidential Elections Springer, p. 13-54
Benhamou É., Atif J., Laraki R. (2019), A short note on the operator norm upper bound for sub-Gaussian tailed random matrices, Paris, Preprint Lamsade, 12 p.
Benhamou É., Atif J., Laraki R., Laraki R. (2018), A new approach to learning in Dynamic Bayesian Networks (DBNs), Paris, Preprint Lamsade, 17 p.
Benhamou É., Atif J., Laraki R. (2018), A discrete version of CMA-ES, Paris, Preprint Lamsade, 13 p.
Gossner O., Laraki R., Tomala T. (2004), Maxmin computation and optimal correlation in repeated games with signals, Massy-Palaiseau, Cahiers du laboratoire d'économétrie de l'Ecole Polytechnique, 31 p.