Dr. Matthew Mulford is an Affiliate Professor at HEC-Paris, a Senior Research Fellow at the London School of Economics and a Visiting Faculty at the European School of Management and Technology in Berlin. He is formally a founding Dean of the TRIUM Global Executive MBA program. TRIUM is a joint EMBA offered by New York University's Stern Business School, HEC School of Management in Paris, and the London School of Economics. The degree was ranked as one of the top 5 in the world by the FT in each of the years of his Deanship. Prior to his Deanship, he was a senior lecturer in quantitative methods and negotiation analysis at the London School of Economics (LSE). His research interests include the psychology of judgment and decision making in interdependent interactions, negotiation analysis, experimental game theory, and experimental research design. Dr. Mulford has designed, directed and/or taught executive training courses in more than 20 countries for a variety of clients, including: Allianz, Boehringer Ingelheim, Bosch, Commercial Bank of Qatar, Deutsche Bank, EADS, Ericsson, Gallup, Gold Fields, Indian National Railroad, King Faisal Specialist Hospital, Linklaters, MAF-Carrefour, MTS, Qatar Foundation, Qtel, Rusal, Siemens, Standard Chartered Bank, Statoil, Syngenta, ThyssenKrupp, and Total.
In addition to his work in the commercial sector, Dr Mulford has worked for various governmental agencies. For the UK's National Audit Office he evaluated the methodology used in value for money studies of various UK Government Ministries, including the Home Office, NHS and Ministry of Defence. He also has delivered training on negotiations for a selection of civil servants in the Home Office of the UK. Finally, he worked with the United Nations Development Program to deliver training in negotiations and decision making in Croatia.