IBE Seminar: Stephen Leider, University of Michigan

Behavioral Economics


3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 14, 2019


McClelland Hall 401KK

Stephen Leider, Associate Professor of Technology and Operations University of Michigan

Dynamic Decision Making

Stephen Leider is an Associate Professor of Technology and Operations. In his research he uses experimental, theoretical and empirical methods to answer questions in behavioral economics and behavioral operations management. He is particularly interested in contracts, trust and bargaining in supply chain settings. He has also studied behavior in social networks, the role of promises and social norms, innovation and entrepreneurship, as well as individual decision-making about risk and uncertainty. Prior to joining Michigan, Leider received a BA in Economics from Case Western Reserve University and an MA and PhD in Business Economics from Harvard University.

Primary Research Interests: Experimental Economics, Behavioral Economics, Behavioral Operations Management, Contract Theory, Bargaining, Social Networks, Contracts and Relationships in Supply Chains.

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