Faculty Group: Managerial Economics and Strategy
Christopher Stanton earned a Ph.D. from the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University. Previously he was an Assistant Professor of Finance at the University of Utah. His research is in applied microeconomics and mainly uses data collected from within firms or specialized markets. He has published on issues concerning information and learning in new markets, productivity over the business cycle, and the estimation of worker and boss productivity. He has taught PhD courses in econometrics and economic and financial theory and masters level courses in microeconomics, strategy and organizational economics.
Labor and personnel economics
Human resource management
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