Doctoral study is rooted in the research expertise of the Kellogg School’s faculty, and the doctoral program has long been an integral part of the school’s ongoing research mission. Our faculty includes trailblazing scholars whose research has redefined the study of management and contributed to fields such as marketing, finance, strategy, game theory, negotiations, operations management and accounting. Currently there are 143 tenure-tracked, research-based faculty, of whom 64 hold endowed chairs. The faculty’s commitment to scholarly inquiry is evidenced by the school’s many research centers, as well as by sustained scholarly output. Most Kellogg faculty serves in editorial positions at leading research journals.
Because of the close working relationship students have with faculty, applicants should make sure the Kellogg Doctoral Program is a good academic fit and that there is a core group of faculty within the program who are involved in research areas that are of interest to them. By identifying faculty, potential applicants will become familiar with the types of research faculty are undertaking at Kellogg and will be able to define their own research agenda as they prepare their application.
To search for a specific faculty member by name, please use the Kellogg Faculty Directory
. To search faculty by research topic, visit the popular Kellogg Faculty Experts Guide