Michael Moore
Michael Moore

Senior Lecturer of Strategy

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Dr. Moore was previously a professor at the Darden Graduate School of Business and the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy at the University of Virginia, where also held appointments in the Department of Economics, Law School, and UVA Medical Center.  His teaching responsibilities included  courses in econometrics, statistics, law and economics, antitrust policy, health care strategy,  cost-benefit analysis, and price theory. He has also held positions at Duke University and the University of Chicago, among others. His published research covers a number of topics, including occupational safety, insurance, health economics, industrial organization, regulation and antitrust, product liability, product safety, and asset pricing. Dr. Moore has won several awards for this research, including the inaugural Kenneth Arrow Award in health economics and the Kulp-Wright Award for best book in the fields of risk and insurance.

Dr. Moore also has broad private sector expertise in applied econometrics and microeconomics. He has testified extensively in front of judges and juries at all stages of the litigation process, in cases involving antitrust issues, commercial damages, corporate finance, tax concerns, and health, safety, and the environment. He has prepared reports and delivered testimony on issues related to class certification, liability, and damages in a wide range of cases.

Print Vita
Ph.D., 1984, Economics, University of Michigan
M.A., 1982, Economics, University of Michigan
M.B.A., 1978, Babson College, Babson College
B.S., 1975, Boston College, Boston College

Academic Positions
Visiting Professor, Darden School of Business, University of Virginia, 2011-present
Visiting Professor, Terry College of Business, University of Georgia, 2007-present
Senior Lecturer, School of Public Health, Yale University-present
Senior Lecturer, School of Management, Yale University-present
Senior Lecturer, Jackson Institute of Global Affairs, Yale University-present
Professor of Public Policy, Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy, University of Virginia, 2011-2012
Adjunt Professor of Economics, Graduate school of Business, University of Chicago, 2007-2007
Department of Economics, University of Virginia, 2006-2008
Law School, University of Virginia, 2005-2005
Bank of America Research Professor, Darden School of Business, University of Virginia, 2003-2005
Professor, Darden School of Business, University of Virginia, 2001-2002
Professor of Health Evaluation Sciences, Medical Center, University of Virginia, 2001-2003
Visiting Associate Professor, Darden School of Business, University of Virginia, 2000-2001
Visiting Professor, Bren School of the Environment, University of California - Santa Barbara, 1999-2006
Visiting Assistant Professor, INSEAD, 1995-1996
Associate Professor with Tenure, Fuqua School of Business, Duke University, 1992-2001
Associate Professor, Fuqua School of Business, Duke University, 1990-1992
Assistant Professor, Fuqua School of Business, Duke University, 1986-1989
Visiting Assistant Professor, Fuqua School of Business, Duke University, 1984-1985
Instructor of Economics, Graduate School of Business, University of Michigan, 1981-1984

Other Professional Experience
Academic Affiliate, Analysis Group, 2011-present
Principal, Navigant Economics, 2009-2011
Principal, Chicago Partners LLC, 2006-2008
Managing Director, Huron Consulting Group, 2003-2006
Research Associate, National Bureau of Economic Research, 1996-2008

Print Research
Research Interests
Antitrust Econometrics and Policy, Health Economics and Policy

Moore, Michael and Carolyn Zhu. 2000. "Passive Smoking: Health Perceptions Myth vs. Health Care Reality". Journal of Risk and Uncertainty. 21(2): 283-310.
Moore, Michael, Alan Parnell, Philip Cook and Deanna Pagnini. 1999. "Changes in Abortion Funding and Pregnancy Outcomes”. Journal of Health Economics. 18: 241-257.
Moore, Michael and Wes Magat. 1997. “The Injury Risk consequences of the All-Terrain Vehicles Consent Decrees”. International Review of Law and Economics.: 241-257.
Moore, Michael. 1996. "Death and Tobacco Taxes”. RAND Journal of Economics.: 415-428.
Moore, Michael. 1996. "Habit Formation, Interdependent Preferences, and Individual Consumption: Evidence from Panel Data". Review if Economics and Statistics. 88: 321-328.
Moore, Michael and Wes Magat. 1996. “Consumer Product Safety Regulation in the U.S. and U.K.: The Case of Bicycles”. RAND Journal of Economics.: 148-164.
Moore, Michael and Philip Cook. 1994. “Drinking and Schooling”. Journal of Health Economics. 12(3): 411-429.
Moore, Michael and W Kip Viscusi. 1993. “Product Liability, Research and Development, and Innovation”. Journal of Political Economy. 101(1): 161-184.
Moore, Michael, William Boulding and Ronald Goodstein. 1991. "Pioneering and Market Share: Is Entry Time Endogenous and Does It Matter?". Journal of Marketing Research. 28: 97-104.
Moore, Michael and W Kip Viscusi. 1989. "Promoting Safety through Workers' Compensation: The Efficacy and Net Wages Costs of Injury Insurance". RAND Journal of Economics. 20(4): 499-515.
Moore, Michael and W Kip Viscusi. 1989. "Rates of Time Preference and Valuations of the Duration of Life". Journal of Public Economics. 38: 297-317.
Moore, Michael, Elizabeth Clipp and Carolyn Zhu. 2003. "Dementia Problem Behaviors and the Production of Informal Caregiving Services". Review of Economics of the Household. 1(1)
Book Chapters
Moore, Michael and Philip Cook. 2000. "Alcohol." In Handbook of Health Economics, edited by J. Newhouse and A. Cuyler, Amsterdam: North-Holland: Elsevier Science B.V..

Print Teaching
Full-Time / Evening & Weekend MBA
Business Strategy (STRT-431-0)
This course was formerly known as MGMT 431
Strategy is the set of objectives, policies and resource commitments that collectively determine how a business positions itself to create wealth for its owners. This course introduces students to principles and conceptual frameworks for evaluating and formulating business strategy. Topics include the boundaries of the firm, the analysis of industry economics, strategic positioning and competitive advantage, and the role of resources and capabilities in shaping and sustaining competitive advantages.

Business Strategy (STRTL-420-0)
This introductory Strategy course addresses the tools and conceptual frameworks for understanding how firms can effectively compete. Topics include value creation and capture, industry profitability, Competitive advantage, sustainability, scope of the firm, and growth strategies.

Business Strategy (STRTM-431-0)