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Zubrow Professor of Economics
Ted O’Donoghue is one of the leaders of the generation of behavioral economists who helped bring this research into mainstream economics in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s. He holds degrees from Dartmouth (A.B. in Economics modified with Psychology, 1990) and the University of California at Berkeley (Ph.D. in Economics, 1996). He worked as a post-doctoral fellow at Northwestern for one year before joining the faculty at Cornell in 1997.
- Behavioral economics
- Industrial organization
- Game theory.
- Time-inconsistent preferences and self-control problems
- The role of self-control problems for procrastination and addiction
- Mispredictions of future utility.
- ECON 4660 : Behavioral Economics
- ECON 4999 : Independent Study in Economics
- ECON 7849 : Behavioral Economics Workshop