Ned Augenblick

Associate Professor

Group: Haas Economic Analysis and Policy Group

Research interests: Ned Augenblick’s research focuses on the theoretical and empirical analysis of online markets. His dissertation examined the actions of auctioneers and consumers in the market for penny auctions, a relatively new Internet auction format in which the auctioneer makes an average revenue of 150% the value of the good.  More recently, he has been studying the Amazon Mechanical Turk, an online job market for very small and repetitive jobs.  Ned hopes to continue to use new technology to observe and understand online interactions in different markets.

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Clayton Critcher

Associate Professor

Group: Haas Marketing Group

Research interests: Clayton studies a variety of questions in the fields of judgment and decision making, social psychology, and consumer behavior. He uses experimental methods to test how people come to understand themselves, form impressions of others, and navigate as economic, political, and moral beings in a challenging and complicated world. He attempts to make major contributions to basic theoretical development by studying questions of clear applied import to both business and public policy.

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Ellen Evers

Assistant Professor

Group: Haas Marketing Group

Research interests: Ellen Evers is an assistant professor at the Haas School of Business  interested in judgment and decision making, collecting, pattern perception, and moral psychology.

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Ming Hsu

Associate Professor

Group: Haas Marketing Group

Research interests: Ming studies neuro­economics, consumer neuroscience, and behavioral economics. 

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Don Moore

Professor

Group: Haas Management of Organizations Group

Research interests: Don Moore is a professor at the Haas School of Business interested in overconfidence, forecasting, decision making, and negotiation.

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Leif Nelson

Professor

Group: Haas Marketing Group

Research interests: Leif is a social psychologist who studies judgment and decision making, enjoyment and preference, and more generally, scientific practice in experimental psychology.

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Juliana Schroeder

Assistant Professor

Group: Haas Management of Organizations Group

Research interests: Juliana Schroeder is an assistant professor interested in social cognition, judgment and decision making, and interpersonal & intergroup processes

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Zhihao Zhang

Postdoc

Research interests: Zhihao Zhang is a postdoctoral scholar at the Haas School of Business interested in consumer memory, decision making, neuroeconomics, and game theory.

E-mail: zhihao.zhang@haas.berkeley.edu

Stephen Baum

Graduate Student

Research interests: Stephen is a PhD student in Marketing. He studies judgment and decision-making, and is interested in preferences, fairness, and information asymmetries.

E-mail:  stephen_baum@haas.berkeley.edu

Derek Brown

Graduate Student

Research interests: Derek Brown is a doctoral student at the Haas School of Business interested in diversity, prejudice, status, and intergroup processes.

E-mail: derek_brown@haas.berkeley.edu

Andrew Choi

Graduate Student

Research interests: I study how culture and norms are developed/changed and how culture influences social outcomes such as status and hierarchies.

E-mail: alchoi96@berkeley.edu

Kristin Donnelly

Graduate Student

Research interests: Kristin studies judgment and decision making, perception and cognitive psychology. 

E-mail: kristin_donnelly@berkeley.edu

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Rachel Habbert

Graduate Student

Research interests: Rachel’s research centers around momentum, efficacy, and performance. She is currently exploring whether ordering tasks in increasing difficulty or decreasing difficulty promotes more efficacy, and whether momentum and efficacy can affect performance outcomes.

E-mail: rhabbert@berkeley.edu

Sonya Mishra

Graduate Student

Research interests: Sonya is interested in examining how gender and racial inequalities manifest in workplace environments. Through studying the mechanisms behind prejudice and discrimination, Sonya seeks to develop intervention methods to encourage diversity and equality. 

E-mail: sonya_mishra@berkeley.edu

Michael Rosenblum

Graduate Student

Research interests: Michael Rosenblum is a doctoral student at Haas. He studies facets of political discourse and inequality along the lines of race, gender, and class.

E-mail: michael.rosenblum@berkeley.edu

Daniel Stein

Graduate Student

Research interests: Daniel Stein is a 2nd-year PhD student in Management of Organizations at the Haas School of Business. He primarily studies the intersection of person perception and group processes. 

Matteo Tranchero

Graduate Student

Research interests: Matteo is a PhD Student in Management of Organizations interested in innovation studies. His research interests are at the intersection of Management and Economics, while also exploring perspectives coming from Sociology and Behavioral Sciences.

E-mail: m.tranchero@berkeley.edu