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Managerial Economics & Decision Sciences
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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.
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Disorder and Discontinuity in Law and Morality
Alvaro Sandroni, Leo Katz, Theoretical Inquires in Law, 2021
The Strategy of Conflict and the Technology of War
Sandeep Baliga, Tomas Sjostrom, Journal of Political Economy, 2020
Incomplete Information Games with Ambiguity Averse Players
Eran Hanany, Peter Klibanoff, Sujoy Mukerji, American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, 2020
High-Frequency Trading and Market Performance
Markus Baldauf, Joshua Mollner, Journal of Finance, 2020
Quid Pro Quo? Corporate Returns to Campaign Contributions
Anthony Fowler, Haritz Garro, Jorg Spenkuch, Journal of Politics, 2020
The Political Economy of Debt and Entitlements
Nicola Persico, The Review of Economic Studies, 2020
Managerial Economic And Decision Sciences News
To Escape Jim Crow–Era Discrimination and Violence, Some Black Men Passed as White. But How Many?
Nancy Qian, Kellogg Insight, April 01, 2021
“Know What People Say About You in The Company”
Jorg Spenkuch, Forbes India, March 18, 2021
The dangers of emerging market competition: Evidence from Rwanda’s coffee supply chain
Ameet Morjaria, VoxDex, January 22, 2021
Trump and the Capitol Mob: The Science of Unleashing
Georgy Egorov, Bloomberg, January 12, 2021
“Know What People Say About You in the Company.”
Jorg Spenkuch, Kellogg Insight, December 23, 2020
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