Kellogg Opens Its Global Hub
Kellogg Managerial Economics & Decision Sciences Department
The faculty is on the leading edge of fundamental research that has real-world impact around the globe. Topics include auctions, game theory, voting, information aggregation, and strategic behavior within and between organizations. This research is taught in economics and political science departments across the world and is in leading PhD textbooks.
Faculty in the MEDS department have won numerous research awards and have been elected to memberships of prestigious societies such as the Econometric Society and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Multiple Nobel-prize winners conducted fundamental research here. Additionally, the journal Games and Economic Behavior was founded in the MEDS department.
Former Kellogg Professor Paul Milgrom’s Nobel Prize demonstrates a legacy of innovation in the MEDS department.
Featured Faculty Members
Professor Sandroni's research is in the areas of behavioral sciences, strategic forecasting, economic theory, game theory, political science, and general equilibrium theory.VIEW PROFILE
New research explores consequences of high‐frequency trading and potential policy responses.VIEW PROFILE
Professor Morjaria's current research examines the impact of competition on productivity and relational contracts.VIEW PROFILE
Fast Traders Make a Quick Buck: The Role of Speed in Liquidity Provision
Markus Baldauf, Joshua Mollner, Journal of Financial Markets, 2022
Foundations of ambiguity models under symmetry: alpha-MEU and smooth ambiguity
Peter Klibanoff, Sujoy Mukerji, Kyoungwon Seo, Lorenzo Stanca, Journal of Economic Theory, 2022
Partisan Spatial Sorting in the United States: A Theoretical and Empirical Overview
Ethan Kaplan, Jorg Spenkuch, Rebecca Sullivan, Journal of Public Economics, 2022
Ginger Jin, Michael Luca, Daniel Martin, Management Science, 2022
Optimal Monetary Policy in Production Networks
Jennifer La'O, Alireza Tahbaz-Salehi, Econometrica, 2022
The Value of a Coordination Game
Alvaro Sandroni, Willemien Kets, Wouter Kager, Journal of Economic Theory, 2022
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