Dr. Kuchler’s research interests include house price beliefs and mortgage leverage choice.
Dr. Tymofiy’s research on game theory, contract theory, and institutional design has been published in major international academic journals like the Review of Economic Studies and the Journal of Economic Theory.
Wendy Moe is Professor of Marketing and Director of the Masters of Science in Marketing Analytics at the University of Maryland’s School of Business.
Dr. Kiyotaki’s research is in Monetary and Macroeconomics.
Gilje’s research interests include: Empirical Corporate Finance, Financial Institutions, Energy Finance, Entrepreneurial Finance.
Dr. Larrimore primary research interests involve issues of income inequality and mobility, the financial well-being of low income families, and the implications of taxes and public transfers on the distribution of economic resources.
Prof. Gete’s research focuses on macroeconomics, finance and monetary economics. His recent work has studied the relationship between housing markets and current account dynamics.
Thorburn’s research interests include Corporate governance, takeovers, bankruptcy, raising capital, and corporate social responsibility
Dr. Morrin’s current research focuses on examining how the human senses impact the consumer decision-making process.
Dr. Smart research interest are Fiscal federalism and tax competition, political economy, taxation, and public policy.
Dr. Mas’ research has dealt with fairness considerations and norms in the labor market, social interactions, neighborhood segregation, the labor market effects of credit market disruptions, and unions.
Professor Wang research focuses on luxury brands and conspicuous consumption, and social/ interpersonal influence on consumer’s behavior.
Professor Yi (Daniel) Xu’s research focuses on Productivity, International Trade, and Industrial Organization.
Professor Bonezzi’s research investigates fundamental behavioral phenomena that can inform marketing practice.
Dr. Pilossoph’s research interests include Search, Labor Economics, Family Economics, and anything broadly fitting under the title of Applied Macroeconomics.
Dr. Haltiwagner’s areas of interest include longitudinal establishment data bases and the longitudinal matched employer-employee databases that are available at the Bureau of the Census
Dr. Myers’ research interests are varied and include audit markets, corporate disclosure, and financial reporting quality.
Dr. Rountree’s research focuses on the influence of external forces on the financial reporting choices and characteristics of firms.
Dr. Roychowdhury’s research focuses on the influence of manager incentives on their reporting and disclosure choices, capital markets and contractual efficiency