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Danielle Li is an Assistant Professor of Management and Strategy. Her research focuses on productivity in settings where talent and innovation are important--how do organizations identify the best projects and retain the best people? Her recent work has examined these issues in the context of funding for biomedical research and the labor market for school educators.

Professor Li graduated from Harvard College and worked at the Poverty Action Lab in Udaipur, India prior to earning her Ph.D. in Economics from MIT. She joined the faculty of Kellogg in 2012 and teaches the core strategy course.

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Education
Ph.D, 2012, Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
A.B., 2005, Mathematics and History of Science, Harvard University

Academic Positions
Assistant Professor, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, 2012-present

 
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Research Interests

Labor Economics, The Economics of Ideas and Innovation, Organizational Economics, Personnel Economics, Public Finance




 
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Teaching Interests
Business Strategy