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Chicago Booth is home to a world-class set of faculty whose research is impacting the world in profound and diverse ways.

Our faculty are organized into 11 academic areas. Each academic area provides faculty with a network of support to brainstorm, conduct, and publish groundbreaking research in their field—from Nobel Prize-winning work bridging the gap between economics and psychology, to research that shines a light on the operational issues in the criminal justice system.

We embrace academic interdisciplinarity at Booth. Faculty have the complete freedom to work across academic areas to generate game-changing insights.

Learn more about the research areas at Chicago Booth.

Professor Ray Ball

Accounting

The accounting faculty at Chicago Booth produce groundbreaking research across the accounting spectrum.

Accounting
Steven Kaplan speaking next to Polsky signs

Entrepreneurship

This academic area is led by world-class faculty—both researchers and practitioners—who make Booth the destination for entrepreneurship education and research.

Entrepreneurship
Amir Sufi speaking at the Economic Outlook conference

Finance

Decade after decade, our faculty have remained on the cutting edge of every aspect of finance—from corporate finance to investment banking.

Finance
Veronica Guerrieri speaking

Macroeconomics

Our faculty in this area are generating insights into today’s most critical issues, including monetary policy and how economic agents cope with change.

Macroeconomics
Pradeep Chintagunta speaking to a class

Marketing

In one of the most interdisciplinary-rich areas at Booth, our faculty study and teach the quantitative and qualitative areas of marketing.

Marketing
Austan Goolsbee with two men speaking at an event

Microeconomics

Booth’s microeconomics faculty are shaping the understanding of modern economic theory and practice with an enduring global impact.

Microeconomics