E. Glen Weyl
Ph.D., Princeton University, 2008
Assistant Professor in Economics and the College (at Chicago since 2011). [On leave 2015-2016]
Quadratic Vote Buying, an new technique for collective decision-making; competition policy in selection markets; global inequality, redistribution and migration; historical roots and mathematical foundations of price theory; platform strategy; macro-economic implications of the career choices of talented students; the impact of financial incentives from consulting on economic research.