Current PhD Students
Students in the Accounting research group study topics such as accounting anomalies, alpha generation, arbitrage limits, empirical asset pricing, financial econometrics and options.
B.A. Business Administration and Economics; M.S. Business AdministrationLearn More
Our Economic Sociology students research topics such as organizational learning in the public sector, social network analysis and its intersection with contract theory, institutional analysis, organizational change, and financialization.
Our Finance students research topics such as asset pricing, behavioral finance, corporate finance, empirical asset pricing, executive compensation, financial inclusion, financial econometrics, financial intermediation, financial macroeconomics, household finance, industrial organization, labor and finance, market microstructure, macro-finance, and macroeconomics.
B.S.E. Electrical & Computer Eng., M.Sc. Econometrics and Mathematical Econ.Learn More
Our Information Technology students research topics such as AI and the future of work, applied machine learning, causal inference, computational social science, economics of digitization, economics of information technology, econometrics and machine learning, intangible capital, networks, online marketplace design, productivity, and social networks.
B.Sc. Chemical Engineering; M.Sc. Applied Math and Computational ScienceLearn More
Institute for Work and Employment Research
Students in the Institute for Work and Employment Research group study topics such as behavioral science, comparative employment relations, labor economics, labor standards in global value chains, political economy, subjective well-being, worker grievances and voice, and working time arrangements in organizations.
Our Marketing students research topics such as Applied Machine Learning, Computational Social Science, NLP, New Product Development, Online Marketplaces, and Quantitative Marketing.
B.S. Psychology, Economics, and Statistics; M.A. Computational Social ScienceLearn More
B.A. Physics and Mathematics; M.A. Physics and Mathematics; M.A. EconomicsLearn More
Our Organization Studies students research topics such as artificial intelligence, changing nature of work inside established firms in a digital context, crowdsourcing, decision making, future of work, groups and teams, future of work, teams, & visual technologies.
Our System Dynamics students research topics such as autonomous and alternative fuel vehicles, behavioral operations management, consumer product development, cost of product failure and product recall dynamics, energy industry management, government policy, & firm strategy.
Technological Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Strategic Management
Students in the Technological Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Strategic Management group study topics such as Entrepreneurship, Human Capital, Incentives, Innovation, Innovation Economics, Intellectual Property, M&A, Strategic Management, Strategy.
S.B. Mechanical Engineering