Media Guide to Haas Faculty Experts

(Click on the blue "plus" buttons to see the faculty in each field)

Accounting

  • Solomon Darwin: Profit center; international, strategic & forensic accounting

  • Patricia Dechow: Accounting fraud

  • Sunil Dutta : Managerial performance measure; executive compensation; economic value added accounting; value-based management

  • Yaniv Konchitchki: Capital Markets. Financial Statement Analysis. Valuation. Usefulness of accounting information through its links to macroeconomics (e.g., overall inflation; industry inflation; GDP) and valuation (e.g., cost of capital; asset pricing)

  • Maria Nondorf: Accounting for mergers & acquisitions; employee stock options

  • Panos Patatoukas: Financial statement analysis & valuation; supply chain relationships & collaboration; financial reporting standards

  • Richard Sloan: Accounting & stock returns; earnings management; role of analysts & auditors

  • Suneel Udpa: Accounting standards, distortion & fraud; mergers & acquisitions

Antitrust/Intellectual Property

  • Henry Chesbrough: Open innovation; technology-based spinoffs & corporate venture capital; managing intellectual property

  • Michael Katz: Intellectual property licensing; cooperative research & development

  • Greg La Blanc: Antitrust economics; intellectual property licensing; product standards & compatibility

  • Carl Shapiro: Antitrust economics; intellectual property licensing; product standards & compatibility

  • David Teece: Global marketplace competition; industry innovation & organization; domestic & international policy; intellectual property, telecommunications; antitrust & energy; technological change & strategic management

Banking/Finance

  • Terrence Hendershott: Role of technology in financial markets

  • Dwight Jaffee: Insurance; banking; mortgage markets

  • Hayne Leland: Investing; pension funds; retirement

  • Ross Levine: Regulation; mergers and acquisitions; Federal Reserve policies; impact of banking/finance on economic growth and income inequality; international capital flows

  • Amnon Levy: Credit markets, risk management

  • Gustavo Manso: Corporate Finance, Financial Institutions, Financial Markets

  • Terrance Odean: Behavioral finance; investor & gender

  • Christine Parlour: Market design; asset pricing; contract design in debt markets

  • James Wilcox: Banking: mergers and acquisitions, cost reductions by consolidation, lending and bank capital, effects of economic conditions on banks, small business and banking; Business conditions: Federal Reserve monetary policy and interest rates, unemployment and inflation, consumer spending, outlook for the economy; Conversions: mutual-to-stock conversions of financial institutions, credit union failures and losses, credit union cost and profit performance

  • Jing Zhang: Credit markets; risk management

Corporate Governance

  • Ben Hermalin:On sabbatical 2013-2014 academic year. Corporate governance; executive compensation; economics of leadership; competitive strategy

  • Jo-Ellen Pozner: Organizational misconduct & wrongdoing; ethics & leadership

Economics & Public Policy

  • Severin Borenstein: Energy & climate change policy; oil pricing & competition; electricity deregulation

  • Ernesto Dal Bo: Political economy; democratic institutions & decision making; influence & corruption; coercion; conflict

  • Lucas Davis: Regulation of energy markets; environmental policy

  • Nicholas Economides: Network economics; electronic commerce and public policy; industrial organization; structure and organization of financial markets and payment systems; antitrust

  • Paul Gertler: Health management

  • Ben Hermalin:On sabbatical 2013-2014 academic year. Corporate governance; executive compensation; economics of leadership; competitive strategy

  • David Levine: Macroeconomics; labor markets; incentives; executive compensation

  • Ross Levine: Regulation; mergers and acquisitions; Federal Reserve policies; impact of banking/finance on economic growth and income inequality; international capital flows

  • Ben Mangan: Creating and sustaining economic mobility; tax policy; economic mobility

  • Kellie McElhaney: Corporate social responsibility

  • John Morgan: Internet pricing strategies; online auctions, competition in online markets; elections

  • David Mowery: Management of technological change; international trade policy; US technology policy

  • Andy Rose: Federal Reserve, monetary policy, international trade & banking, exchange rates

  • Pablo Spiller: Regulatory issues: airlines, telecommunications, energy, developing countries

  • David Teece:Global market place competition; industry innovation & organization; domestic & international policy: intellectual property, telecommunications, antitrust & energy; technological change and strategic management

  • Laura Tyson: Domestic and global economy; emerging market economies, US trade policy

  • Catherine Wolfram: Clean energy; electricity industry restructuring

  • Noam Yuchtman: Education; labor markets; long-run development, with special interest in China's development.

Energy/Clean Tech

  • Severin Borenstein: Energy & climate change policy; oil pricing & competition; electricity deregulation

  • Lucas Davis: Regulation of energy markets; environmental policy

  • Andrew Isaacs: Marketing for high-tech entrepreneurs; energy; sustainability & business innovation

  • Sheldon Kimber: Renewable energy and power project development and finance

  • Dave Rochlin: Competition in Technology Dependent Markets; Carbon Finance; Corporate Social Responsibility; Sustainable Food Systems; Innovation

  • David Teece:Global market place competition; industry innovation & organization; domestic & international policy: intellectual property, telecommunications, antitrust & energy; technological change and strategic management

  • Catherine Wolfram: Clean energy; electricity industry restructuring

Ethics/Social Responsibility

  • Ernesto Dal Bo: Political economy; democratic institutions & decision making; influence & corruption; coercion; conflict

  • Kellie McElhaney: Corporate social responsibility

  • David Vogel: Business lobbying & political activity; corporate social responsibility; consumer & environmental regulation in the U.S, Europe, & globally

  • Sheldon Kimber: Renewable energy and power project development and finance

  • Dave Rochlin: Competition in Technology Dependent Markets; Carbon Finance; Corporate Social Responsibility; Sustainable Food Systems; Innovation

  • David Teece:Global market place competition; industry innovation & organization; domestic & international policy: intellectual property, telecommunications, antitrust & energy; technological change and strategic management

  • Catherine Wolfram: Clean energy; electricity industry restructuring

Health Management

Housing/Real Estate

  • Robert Edelstein: Subprime mortgage market; urban economics

  • Dwight Jaffee: Insurance; banking; mortgage markets

  • Ken Rosen:Housing & commercial markets

  • Nancy Wallace: Treasury & NY federal housing consultant; pricing models; mortgage-backed securities

  • Dennis Williams: Real estate finance; commercial mortgage-backed securities; development

Innovation/Technology Management

  • Sara Beckman: Innovation & design management; new product development; operations strategy; environmental supply chain management

  • Henry Chesbrough: Open innovation; technology-based spinoffs & corporate venture capital; managing intellectual property

  • David Mowery: Management of technological change; international trade policy; US technology policy

  • Steven Tadelis: Economics of organization; procurement contracting; contract theory

  • David Teece: Global marketplace competition; industry innovation & organization; domestic & international policy; intellectual property, telecommunications; antitrust & energy; technological change & strategic management

International Business

  • Nicholas Economides: Network economics; electronic commerce and public policy; industrial organization; structure and organization of financial markets and payment systems; antitrust

  • Ross Levine: Regulation; mergers and acquisitions; Federal Reserve policies; impact of banking/finance on economic growth and income inequality; international capital flows

  • Andy Rose: Federal Reserve, monetary policy, international trade & banking, exchange rates

  • David Teece: Global marketplace competition; industry innovation & organization; domestic & international policy; intellectual property, telecommunications; antitrust & energy; technological change & strategic management

  • Paul Tiffany: Corporate strategy, focus on US-based firms; role of leadership; American economic & business history

  • Noam Yuchtman: Education; labor markets; long-run development, with special interest in China's development.

Leadership

  • Rich Lyons: International finance; leadership strategies

  • Ben Hermalin: Corporate governance; executive compensation; economics of leadership

  • Laura Kray: Negotiations; leading high-impact teams; leadership

  • Don Moore: Overconfidence in leaders; leadership; conflict of interest and disclosure; decision-making; negotiations; conflict management

  • Paul Tiffany: Corporate strategy, focus on US-based firms; role of leadership; American economic & business history

Management/Jobs/Labor Relations

  • Cameron Anderson: Negotiation and conflict resolution; power & politics

  • Homa Bahrami: Leading high tech knowledge workers; info technology & organization; teamwork

  • Jennifer Chatman: Culture; motivation; fit; innovation

  • Laura Kray: Negotiations; leading high-impact teams; leadership

  • Jonathan Leonard: Ethics; labor; affirmative action

  • David Levine: Health; labor management

  • Trond Petersen: Comparative gender inequality in the workplace; Hiring; Promotions; Wages; Quantitative methods

  • Jo-Ellen Pozner: Organizational misconduct and wrongdoing; ethics & leadership

  • David Teece: Global marketplace competition; industry innovation & organization; domestic & international policy; intellectual property, telecommunications; antitrust & energy; technological change & strategic management

  • Paul Tiffany: Executive education & management training

Marketing/Retail/Consumer

  • Clayton Critcher: Self-insight and overconfidence; biasing influences on consumer decisions; psychology and consumer behavior/public policy debates

  • Robert Edelstein: Retail industry pricing; bundling strategies; customer value analysis

  • Ganesh Iyer: Marketing strategy; coordination & contractual issues in distribution channels; internet competition

  • John Morgan: Internet pricing strategies; online auctions; competition in online markets

  • Leif Nelson: Consumer decision making; consumer well-being; intuition; preferences

  • Zsolt Katona: Online & search advertising; social network marketing; business-to-business marketing

  • Miguel Villas-Boas: Pricing; information strategies; incentives; consumer choice; competitive strategy; market analytics; industrial organization; customer relationship management

Startups/Entrepreneurship/Venture Capital

  • Steve Blank: Startups, entrepreneurship, startup teams, history of Silicon Valley, venture capital, regional clusters, customer development, lean startups

  • David Charron: Start-up companies; venture competition

  • Jerome Engel: Venture capital; private equity, tech management practices in emerging enterprise

  • Ilan Gur: Battery technology/markets/industry; material science for renewable energy; cleantech/materials startups & entrepreneurship; lab/university technology transfer

  • Andrew Isaacs: Marketing for high-tech entrepreneurs; energy, sustainability & business innovation

  • Ross Levine: Entrepreneurial traits; the returns to entrepreneurship

  • Ben Mangan: Social entrepreneurship; innovation in the nonprofit sector; social ventures

  • Gustavo Manso: Entrepreneurship, Corporate Finance

  • Toby Stuart: Social networks; entrepreneurship; innovation; organizational design and new venture formation in established firms; venture capital networks; the role of networks in the creation of new firms.

Transportation/Telecommunications

  • Severin Borenstein: US and international airline competition

  • Robert Cole: Auto industry; Japanese industry

  • Pablo Spiller: Regulator issues; airlines, telecommunications; energy; developing countries

  • David Teece: Telecommunications; domestic and international policy