Faculty & Research

Joshua Dean

Joshua Dean

Assistant Professor of Behavioral Science

Joshua Dean researches the interaction of poverty and cognition using primarily randomized controlled trials. He is interested in how the conditions of poverty shape cognitive development by affecting human capital investment, how environments of poverty impede cognition, and how cognitive processes may impede poverty alleviation. Dean’s research has been published in Science and the AEA Papers and Proceedings.

Dean earned a PhD in economics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Additionally, he received a BS in economics and a BA mathematics and political science, both from the University of Kansas.

Prior to joining Booth, Dean was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Institute on Behavior and Inequality (briq).

 

2019 - 2020 Course Schedule

Number Title Quarter
38103 Strategies and Processes of Negotiation 2020 (Spring)