Martin Shubik is an American economist, who is Professor Emeritus of Mathematical Institutional Economics at Yale University.
Shubik studied at the University of Toronto and Princeton University. On the Yale faculty since 1963, Shubik specializes in strategic analysis, the study of financial institutions, the economics of corporate competition, and game theory. He has been a consultant to many major corporations, including the RAND Corporation, Ford Foundation, General Electric Company, and IBM, and to the agencies of several foreign governments.
He has written many books and essays, including Political Economy, Oligopoly and Experimental Games and The Theory of Money and Financial Institutions.
In 2010, Shubik was recognized by the American Economic Association as a Distinguished Fellow for "major contributions to a variety of fields in economics."