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MARIANNE BERTRAND

CHRIS P. DIALYNAS DISTINGUISHED SERVICE

PROFESSOR OF ECONOMICS

Bertrand is an applied microeconomist whose

research covers the fields of labor economics,

corporate finance, and development economics. She is a research

fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research, the Center for

Economic Policy Research, and the Institute for the Study of Labor.

JOHN R. BIRGE

JERRY W. AND CAROL L. LEVIN DISTINGUISHED

SERVICE PROFESSOR OF OPERATIONS

MANAGEMENT

Birge studies mathematical modeling of systems

under uncertainty, especially for maximizing operational and

financial goals using the methodologies of stochastic programming

and large-scale optimization. His research has been supported by

the National Science Foundation; the Ford Motor Company; General

Motors Corporation; the National Institute of Justice; the Office

of Naval Research; the Electric Power Research Institute; and

Volkswagen of America.

PRADEEP K. CHINTAGUNTA

JOSEPH T. AND BERNICE S. LEWIS

DISTINGUISHED SERVICE PROFESSOR OF

MARKETING

Chintagunta is interested in empirically

studying consumer, agent, and firm behavior. He has studied

the packaged goods, pharmaceutical, technology, and online

markets to answer questions related to pricing, advertising, and

channels of distribution. More recently, he has started working

in “development marketing”—studying the role of marketing in

economic development.

NICHOLAS EPLEY

JOHN TEMPLETON KELLER PROFESSOR OF

BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE AND NEUBAUER FAMILY

FACULTY FELLOW

Epley conducts research on the experimental

study of social cognition, perspective taking, and intuitive human

judgment. His research has appeared in more than two-dozen

journals, and it has been featured in the

Wall Street Journal

, CNN,

Wired

, and National Public Radio, among many others. He is

the author of

Mindwise: How We Understand What Others Think,

Believe, Feel, and Want

.

EUGENE F. FAMA

ROBERT R. MCCORMICK DISTINGUISHED

SERVICE PROFESSOR OF FINANCE

Fama is the 2013 Nobel laureate in economic

sciences and is widely recognized as the “father of

modern finance.” His research is well-known in both the academic

and investment communities. He is strongly identified with research

on markets, particularly the efficient-markets hypothesis. He

focuses much of his research on the relationship between risk and

expected return and its implications for portfolio management.

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