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About Kellogg's Faculty and Research

Kellogg School faculty combine academic expertise with real-world knowledge to create a dynamic research and learning environment.
 
Research is a vital component of Kellogg’s mission and culture. Our faculty have developed groundbreaking theories in their respective academic fields. Several scholarly journals are edited at Kellogg, two of which—the Journal of Economics and Management Strategy and Games and Economic Behavior—were founded here.
 
Our faculty bring this scholarly expertise to the classroom, augmenting it with personal knowledge of management practices and problems. This blend of theory and practice is a defining criteria of Kellogg School courses. Senior faculty members also teach courses to senior executives through the Kellogg School’s executive education programs, an approach that not only brings cutting-edge research to executives, but also keeps faculty members abreast of changes in corporate practices.


 

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Lakshman Krishnamurthi

A new study explores how the conventional e-commerce model can integrate more digital innovations.
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David Dranove

New research studies the impact of privatizing the delivery of Medicaid drug benefits on drug spending.
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Nicole Stephens

Findings in a new paper suggest that assessing achievement individually is not class-neutral.
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