Eva Chalioti is a Senior Lecturer of Economics at Yale University. She joined Yale in 2014, after teaching for three years at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She also serves as Associate Chair of the Department of Economics. Her research focuses on models of career concerns in teams and economics of innovation. More precisely, she studies a worker’s incentives to help or even sabotage the fellow team members in order to build up his own reputation. She also examines firms’ incentives to innovate in risky environments when knowledge is diffused among product market competitors.