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Kellogg Strategy Department

The Strategy Department explores how firms create and capture value, and how they do so in light of their market environments, organizational capabilities, and regulatory constraints. The department's research and teaching are grounded in microeconomics and reflect its commitment to both rigor and relevance.

The department's research spans a wide range of topics, including health, innovation, organizational design, and industrial organization. Faculty use both economic theory and econometrics to explore these issues. The ultimate and unifying goal of the faculty's research is to improve our understanding of markets and organizations. The faculty share the belief that this is best achieved by combining rigorous economics with a deep understanding of institutional context and detail.

The Strategy faculty is at the cutting edge of research and teaching on the economics of organizations, markets, and public policy.

Strategy faculty sit on the editorial boards of leading journals and are frequently sought out for their expertise in business and government affairs. Members of the faculty founded the Journal of Economics and Management Strategy and authored Economics of Strategy, one of the primary textbooks in the field.

Upcoming Events

March 31, 2020 | 12:05 PM
Kellogg Global Hub, 4101
April 01, 2020 | 01:45 PM
Kellogg Global Hub, 4101
April 07, 2020 | 12:05 PM
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Featured Faculty Members

David Dranove

Professor Dranove's recent paper published in American Economic Journal: Economic Policy examines Medicare reimbursements.

Meghan Busse

Professor Busse's research focuses on market structure and competition, with a focus on pricing and price discrimination.

George Georgiadis

Professor Georgiadis' recent research examines how managers can design optimal incentive contracts.

Recent Strategy Research

Relational Adaptation under Reel Authority
Daniel Barron, Robert Gibbons, Ricard Gil, Kevin J. Murphy, Management Science, 2019
Collective Choice in Dynamic Public Good Provision
Renee Bowen, George Georgiadis, Nicolas S Lambert, American Economic Journal - Microeconomics, 2019
When Demand Increases Cause Shakeouts
Thomas N. Hubbard, Michael Mazzeo, American Economic Journal -- Microeconomics, 2019
Employed for Higher Pay? How Medicare Facility Fees Affect Hospital Employment of Physicians
David Dranove, Christopher Ody, American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 2019
Regulated Versus Negotiated Access Pricing in Vertically Separated Railway Systems
David Besanko, Shana Cui, Journal of Regulatory Economics, 2019
Productivity and Credibility in Industry Equilibrium
Michael Powell, RAND Journal of Economics, 2019

Strategy News

Coronavirus Highlights the Pitfalls of Health Deductibles
Craig Garthwaite, The New York Times, March 09, 2020
Will The FTC Get Burned By Arch Coal Again?
Mark McCareins, Law 360, March 05, 2020
RIAs Fear Continued Client Solicitation
Mark McCareins, ReOrg, February 26, 2020
Feedback Is A Gift—And Wise Leaders Give It Generously
Harry M. Kraemer, Forbes, February 25, 2020
Are the Most Successful Entrepreneurs in Their Twenties? [Episode 352]
Benjamin F. Jones, Accepted.com, February 25, 2020

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