Cade Massey, Adjunct Professor of Behavioral Science, has also taught at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business, and the Yale School of Management.
Massey’s research focuses on judgment under uncertainty, especially overconfidence, optimism and learning. His work draws both on experimental research and “real world” data such as employee stock options, 401k savings, and the National Football League draft. Massey’s research has led to long-time collaborations with Google, Merck and National Football League franchises. Additionally, he has consulted to Fortune 100 clients in the energy, software and computer industries. He frequently conducts workshops on negotiation, decision-making and power & politics for a wide range of organizations.
The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, The Economist, The Atlantic, ESPN Magazine, Bloomberg News, and National Public Radio have all covered Massey’s research. He has co-authored editorials in the Wall Street Journal and New York Times, and co-developed the Massey-Peabody NFL Power Rankings for the Wall Street Journal, where they have been published weekly since 2010.
Massey has taught MBA and Executive MBA courses for over 10 years. He has received teaching awards from Duke, Yale and Penn for courses on negotiation, power & politics, organizational behavior and human resources.
Massey is from San Angelo, Texas, and attended the University of Texas as an undergraduate. He did his doctoral work at the University of Chicago.