Dr Matthew Mulford joined the London School of Economics (LSE) faculty in 1995. He received a Ph.D. from the University of Oregon where he worked in the Richard J. Hill Institute of Social Cognition and Decision Making. He has a Master's degree from New York University, where he studied game theory and politics. He has won university-wide outstanding teaching awards at both the University of Oregon and the London School of Economics.
Dr Mulford has designed, directed and/or taught executive courses in 18 countries for a variety of clients, including Boehringer Ingelheim, Deutsche Bank, Ericsson, Gold Fields, Indian National Railroad, Linklaters, Rusal, Standard Chartered Bank, ThyssenKrupp, Total, the UK's National Audit Office and Home Office, and the United Nations Development Programme.
Dr Mulford's research interests include the psychology of judgment and decision making in interdependent interactions; experimental game theory; negotiation theory; experimental research design.