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Justin Lenzo is Assistant Professor of Management & Strategy. He joined the Kellogg School of Management faculty in 2006.

Professor Lenzo's research interests focus primarily on the field of empirical industrial organization. Much of his research examines the adoption of new technologies in strategic environments, with a particular emphasis recently on medical technology.

He received his PhD in Economics from Boston University. Prior to graduate study, he worked on antitrust cases at the Federal Trade Commission.

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PhD, 2007, Economics, Boston University
BA, 2000, Government, Georgetown University, Cum Laude

Academic Positions
Assistant Professor, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, 2007-present
Senior Lecturer, Donald P. Jacobs Scholar, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, 2006-2007
Economic Research Analyst, Bureau of Economics, Federal Trade Commission, 2000-2001

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Research Interests
Industrial organization, applied econometrics, game theory

Lenzo, Justin and Todd Sarver. 2006. Correlated Equilibrium in Evolutionary Models with Subpopulations. Games and Economic Behavior. 56(2): 271-284.
Working Papers
Lenzo, Justin. 2010. Competition and Complementary Activities: Lessons from Radiological Diagnosis and Treatment.
Lenzo, Justin. 2008. Market Structure and Profit Complementarity: The Case of SPECT and PET.

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