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Faculty Hires

We are pleased to report that the following professors have recently joined the Kellogg School faculty.

New Kellogg professor   Eric T. Anderson, visiting assistant professor of marketing Professor Anderson studies pricing strategy, promotion strategy and channel management. Recently, he has worked with several direct mail firms conducting field experiments to test economic theories of pricing and promotion. He holds a master's in engineering economic systems and a PhD in marketing from MIT's Sloan School of Management.
New Kellogg professor   Alp Atakan, Donald P. Jacobs Scholar in managerial economics and decision sciences Professor Atakan teaches microeconomic analysis and studies game theory, bargaining, and search and matching. He holds a PhD in economics from Columbia University.
New Kellogg professor   Kristin Behfar, visiting assistant professor of management and organizations; postdoctoral fellow at the Kellogg Teams and Groups Center Professor Behfar studies group processes and performance, group decision-making, leadership in groups and teams, and conflict and work strategies in autonomous work groups. She completed a PhD in organizational behavior from the Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University.
New Kellogg professor   Peter Bouman, senior lecturer in marketing Professor Bouman's research areas include Bayesian statistics, survival models, longitudinal models and database marketing. He earned a PhD in statistics from the University of Chicago.
New Kellogg professor   Thomas D. Fields, Donald P. Jacobs Scholar in accounting information and management Fields' scholarly interests include the role of accounting information in contracting, particularly in the setting of accounting-based covenants in debt contracts. He is a PhD candidate in accounting at the Kellogg School.
New Kellogg professor   Yuk-fai Fong, Donald P. Jacobs Scholar in management and strategy Professor Fong studies industrial organization and behavioral economics. Before joining the Kellogg School, he was an assistant professor in the economics department at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. He holds a PhD in economics from Boston University.
New Kellogg professor   Andrew Hertzberg, Donald P. Jacobs Scholar in finance Hertzberg's research interests include macroeconomics, applied theory, learning and information economics and industrial organization. He expects to complete a PhD in economics from MIT in May.
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Benjamin Jones, assistant professor of management and strategy Professor Jones teaches Nonmarket Strategies in International Business. His research interests include economic growth, technology and innovation, and development economics. He earned a PhD in economics from MIT.

New Kellogg professor   Christop Kuzmics, Donald P. Jacobs Scholar in managerial economics and decision sciences Professor Kuzmics' research interests include game theory, evolution, learning in games, asset pricing, the microfoundations of macroeconomics and financial econometrics. He received his PhD in economics at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom.
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Anthony Kwasnica, visiting assistant professor, managerial economics and decision sciences Professor Kwasnica's research interests include game theory, mechanism design and experimental economics. Current projects include a study of manipulation of information markets and horizontal concentration in media markets. He earned a PhD in asymmetric information and cooperation from the California Institute of Technology.

New Kellogg professor   Donna Shestowsky, visiting assistant professor Professor Shestowsky holds a joint appointment at the Kellogg School and Northwestern University School of Law. She holds both a JD and a PhD in psychology from Stanford University, and has received numerous awards for her research and teaching.
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Jayanthi Sunder, assistant professor of accounting Professor Sunder studies the impact of information uncertainty in the choice of securities and cost of capital. She has served as a referee for various journals, including the Journal of Finance, The Review of Financial Studies and the Journal of Financial Intermediation. She earned a PhD in accounting from New York University.

  Klaus Weber, Donald P. Jacobs Scholar in management and organizations Professor Weber teaches Managing Organizational Change and studies institutional and cultural theory, collective sense-making processes, industrial and organizational change and responsibilities of modern corporations. He earned awards for his research and for teaching excellence at the University of Michigan, where he completed a PhD in organization theory.


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