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Susan Athey

Economics of Techonology Professor, Graduate School of Business; Professor, by courtesy, of Economics
Office: 
655 Knight Way
Phone: 
650-725-1813

Jayanta Bhattacharya

Professor of Medicine (Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research); Professor, by courtesy, of Economics
Office: 
17 Encina Commons
Office Hours: 
Wednesday 4-5:30pm and appointment by email
Phone: 
650-723-1919
My research agenda aims to understand the constraints that vulnerable populations face in making decisions that affect their health status, and in particular on how government policies designed to benefit these populations actually affects the lives of people in such groups. Each of us, after all, will be vulnerable at some point during our life.

Jeremy Bulow

Richard Stepp Professor in the Graduate School of Business; Professor, by courtesy, of Economics
Office: 
E354 Knight Management Center
Office Hours: 
By Appointment
Phone: 
650-723-2160

Rebecca Diamond

Assistant Professor of Economics, Graduate School of Business: Assistant Professor by Courtesy, Department of Economics
Office: 
E303 Knight Management Center
Phone: 
650 497-4684

Darrell Duffie

Dean Witter Distinguished Professor in Finance; Professor, by courtesy, of Economics
Office: 
E370 Knight Center
Phone: 
650-723-1976

Marcel Fafchamps

Senior Fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute; Professor, by courtesy, of Economics
Office: 
E105 Encina Hall
Office Hours: 
By email appointment
Phone: 
650-497-4602

James D. Fearon

Theodore and Frances Geballe Professor in the School of Humanities and Sciences; Professor, by courtesy, of Economics
Office: 
413 Encina Hall West
Phone: 
650-725-1314
My research focuses mainly on armed conflict and political violence.

Jacob Goldin

Assistant Professor of Law, Stanford Law School: Professor by Courtesy, Dept of Economics
Office: 
Room 242, Neukom Building
Phone: 
650-736-8503

Stephen H. Haber

A.A. and Jeanne Welch Milligan Professor of Political Science; Professor, by courtesy, of History and Economics
Office: 
Hoover Institute
Phone: 
650-723-1466

Saumitra Jha

Associate Professor of Political Economy at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business; Professor, by courtesy, of Economics
Office: 
Knight Management Center, E322 655 Knight Way
Phone: 
(650) 721-1298

Charles Kolstad

Senior Fellow at SIEPR; Professor, by courtesy, of Economics
Office: 
235 SIEPR
Phone: 
650-721-1663
My research interests are in information, uncertainty and regulation, with much of my applied work in the area of climate change and energy markets.

David M. Kreps

Adams Distinguished Professor of Management at the Graduate School of Business; Professor, by courtesy, of Economics
Office: 
E312 Faculty East Building
My current research interests involve two topics in behavioral economics: The use of heuristics in decision problems too complex to solve, and economic counterparts to social-psychological theories of on-the-job motivation.

Edward Lazear

Jack Steele Professor of Human Resources Management and Economics at the Graduate School of Business; Professor, by courtesy, of Economics
Office: 
337 Littlefield
Phone: 
650-723-9136
Personnel economics: employee incentives, promotions, compensation, and productivity in firms.

Grant Miller

Associate Professor of Medicine (PCOR); Associate Professor, by courtesy, of Economics and of Health Research and Policy; Director of the Stanford Center for International Development (SCID) at SIEPR; Senior Fellow at FSI and SIEPR
Phone: 
650-723-2714

Rosamond L. Naylor

William Wrigley Professor; Senior Fellow at the Woods Institute and at the Freeman Spogli Institute; Professor, by courtesy, of Economics
Office: 
400 East Encina
Office Hours: 
Appointment by email
Phone: 
650-723-5697
My research focuses on the environmental and equity dimensions of intensive food production systems, and the food security dimensions of low-input systems. I have been involved in a number of field-level research projects around the world and have published widely on issues related to climate impacts on agriculture, distributed irrigation systems for diversified cropping, nutrient use and loss in agriculture, biotechnology, aquaculture and livestock production, biofuels development, food price volatility, and food policy analysis.

Elena Pastorino

Research Fellow, Hoover Institution; Faculty Research Fellow, Economics; SIEPR Research Fellow
Office: 
229 Landau Economics
Office Hours: 
Appointment by email
Phone: 
650-725-9935

Peter C. Reiss

Professor in the Graduate School of Business; Professor, by courtesy, of Economics
Office: 
E334 Knight Management Center
Phone: 
650-725-2759
My research studies how technology, consumer tastes, and industry structure affect firms’ competitive positions. In recent work, I have examined multi-part pricing policies, strategic entry and entry deterrence strategies, and the organization of securities, energy and airline markets.

Gregory Rosston

Senior Fellow at SIEPR; Professor, by courtesy, of Economics
Office: 
SIEPR 205
Office Hours: 
Appointment by email
Phone: 
650-566-9211

Kenneth Singleton

Adams Distinguished Professor of Management; Professor, by courtesy, of Economics
Office: 
E355 Knight Management Center
Phone: 
650-723-5753
Kenneth Singleton’s research focuses on econometric methods for estimation and testing of dynamic asset pricing models; modeling of term structures of government and defaultable bond yields; pricing credit derivatives; measuring and managing market, credit, and liquidity risks; and debt financing in emerging economies.

Andrzej Skrzypacz

Theodore J. Kreps Professor of Economics; Professor, by courtesy, of Economics
Office: 
E310 Knight Management Center
Phone: 
650-736-0987
My main research interests are Economic Dynamics, Auctions, Bargaining and Repeated Games.
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