Vinod Aggarwal

Vinod Aggarwal

Professor of business and public policy

International political economy, trade, world markets, recession, debt, finance, supply chains, impact of disease pandemics on global economy.

Alan Auerbach

Alan Auerbach

Professor of economics and law, director of the Robert D. Burch Center for Tax Policy and Public Finance at Berkeley

Areas of expertise: Public policy, public finance, domestic and international tax policy, inequality and tax policy.

Severin Borenstein

Severin Borenstein

E.T. Grether Professor of Business Administration and Public Policy, faculty director of the Energy Institute at Berkeley Haas

Oil and gasoline market pricing and competition, energy markets, climate change, electricity deregulation, market formation and competition, U.S. and international airline competition.

David Card

David Card

Professor of economics

Expertise: Labor supply, markets and public policy; welfare reform; Immigration; effects of Medicaid program; pensions and retirement; education; minimum wages; strikes and collective bargaining; evaluation of social programs; unemployment.

Jennifer Chatman

Jennifer Chatman

Paul J. Cortese Distinguished Professor of Management

Organizational culture and performance, crisis leadership, group demography, norms in social groups.

Aaron Edlin

Aaron Edlin

Richard W. Jennings Professor of Law, professor of economics, co-director of the Law and Economics Program

Areas of expertise: authority on antitrust, contract remedies, law and economics.

Carole Galante

Carole Galante

I. Donald Terner Distinguished Professor in Affordable Housing and Urban Policy, faculty director of the Terner Center for Housing Innovation

Areas of expertise: housing policy and community development, the design and finance of affordable housing development.

Carole Galante

Carole Galante

I. Donald Terner Distinguished Professor in Affordable Housing and Urban Policy; faculty director of the Terner Center for Housing Innovation;

Served in the Obama Administration for over five years as the Assistant Secretary for Housing/Federal Housing Commissioner at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and as the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Multifamily Housing

J. Keith Gilless

J. Keith Gilless

Professor of forest economics

Expertise: forest economics and management, wildland fire protection planning.

Benjamin E.  Hermalin

Benjamin E. Hermalin

Professor of business and economics

Expertise: Corporate governance, executive compensation, economics of leadership and organization, finance.

Saru Jayaramana

Saru Jayaramana

Director, Food Labor Research Center

restaurant workers, inequality, working poor

Clark Kellogg

Clark Kellogg

Lecturer in Creativity, Design, and Innovation

design for business, creativity as a success driver in business careers, classroom innovation

Ronald D.  Lee

Ronald D. Lee

Professor of demography and economics, emeritus; associate director, Center for the Economics and Demography of Aging

Expertise: aging, life expectancy, population forecasts and long-term projections, and impact of demographic trends of Social Security.

David Levine

David Levine

Professor of business administration, Eugene E. and Catherine M. Trefethen Chair in Business Administration

Best management practices in the foreign sector and in large corporations, health effects in developing nations, including hygiene and safe water programs, workplace diversity, impacts of high and low wages, and of education in the business sector.

Enrico Moretti

Enrico Moretti

Professor of economics and of real estate

Urban economics, labor economics, economics of cities and regions, real estate

Terrance Odean

Terrance Odean

Professor of finance at Berkeley Haas

Expertise: personal investment, behavioral finance, investor behavior, Investor welfare.

Gary Pieroni

Gary Pieroni

Lecturer at the Haas School of Business

Expertise: Management and accounting.

Carolina Reid

Carolina Reid

Assistant professor of city and regional planning, faculty research advisor for the Terner Center for Housing Innovation

Areas of expertise: Housing and community development; access to credit, homeownership and wealth inequality.

Andrew Rose

Andrew Rose

Professor of international business and trade

Areas of expertise: economic issues of international trade and foreign exchange, trade patterns, currency crises, exchange rates,
banking, exchange crises in developing countries.

Kenneth Rosen

Kenneth Rosen

Professor of real estate and urban economics

Areas of expertise: economics of housing and commercial real estate marketing, California housing market, price adjustments.

Emmanuel Saez

Emmanuel Saez

Professor of Economics

Expertise: Income inequality, taxation, wealth distribution, public economics.

Daniel Schneider

Daniel Schneider

co-director of Shift Project; assistant professor of sociology

social demography, inequality, economic instability

Harley Shaiken

Harley Shaiken

Professor of education, chair of the Latin American Studies Center

Areas of expertise: labor and the global economy, role of schooling and skills in the global economy, immigration and Latin America.

Laura Tyson

Laura Tyson

Professor and faculty director at the Institute for Business & Social Impact

Economic impact on global, U.S. and California economies; trade and competitiveness; jobs and disruption

Richard A. Walker

Richard A. Walker

Professor of geography, emeritus

Areas of expertise: race, environment, urbanism, politics, geography, resources, economic geography, regional development, cities, California, class.

James Wilcox

James Wilcox

Professor, Haas School of Business

Wilcox served as a senior economist on the President’s Council of Economic Advisors from 1990 to 1991 and as an economist with the Federal Reserve from 1991 to 1992. His expertise includes federal economic policy, small business lending, banking and consumer spending.

Catherine Wolfram

Catherine Wolfram

Professor of business administration

Expertise: Climate change, energy efficiency, regulation of business, energy and environmental markets.

Income inequality

David Card

David Card

Professor of economics

Expertise: Labor supply, markets and public policy; welfare reform; Immigration; effects of Medicaid program; pensions and retirement; education; minimum wages; strikes and collective bargaining; evaluation of social programs; unemployment.

Mike Hout

Mike Hout

Professor emeritus of sociology and demography

Expertise: Socio-economic class, demographics, inequality, politics of religion.

Saru Jayaramana

Saru Jayaramana

Director, Food Labor Research Center

restaurant workers, inequality, working poor

Daniel Perlstein

Daniel Perlstein

Associate professor in the Graduate School of Education

Areas of expertise: At-risk youth, democratic education, diversity, educational equity, history of education, urban schooling.

Carolina Reid

Carolina Reid

Assistant professor of city and regional planning, faculty research advisor for the Terner Center for Housing Innovation

Areas of expertise: Housing and community development; access to credit, homeownership and wealth inequality.

Jesse Rothstein

Jesse Rothstein

Professor of economics and of public policy

Labor economics, unemployment, low-wage workers, recessions, public benefits, education, tax policy

Emmanuel Saez

Emmanuel Saez

Professor of Economics

Expertise: Income inequality, taxation, wealth distribution, public economics.

Daniel Schneider

Daniel Schneider

co-director of Shift Project; assistant professor of sociology

social demography, inequality, economic instability

Consumer behavior

Severin Borenstein

Severin Borenstein

E.T. Grether Professor of Business Administration and Public Policy, faculty director of the Energy Institute at Berkeley Haas

Oil and gasoline market pricing and competition, energy markets, climate change, electricity deregulation, market formation and competition, U.S. and international airline competition.

Ellen Evers

Ellen Evers

Assistant professor of marketing

Impact of fear and other emotions on behavior, risk perceptions, risk communication, judgement and decision making

Carole Galante

Carole Galante

I. Donald Terner Distinguished Professor in Affordable Housing and Urban Policy, faculty director of the Terner Center for Housing Innovation

Areas of expertise: housing policy and community development, the design and finance of affordable housing development.

Don Moore

Don Moore

Business professor

Organizations management, crisis leadership, remote work and productivity

Carolina Reid

Carolina Reid

Assistant professor of city and regional planning, faculty research advisor for the Terner Center for Housing Innovation

Areas of expertise: Housing and community development; access to credit, homeownership and wealth inequality.

James Wilcox

James Wilcox

Professor, Haas School of Business

Wilcox served as a senior economist on the President’s Council of Economic Advisors from 1990 to 1991 and as an economist with the Federal Reserve from 1991 to 1992. His expertise includes federal economic policy, small business lending, banking and consumer spending.

International development

Barry Eichengreen

Barry Eichengreen

George C. Pardee and Helen N. Pardee Professor of Economics and Political Science

Populism and econonmic grievance; exchange rates and capital flows, currently and historically; the gold standard and the Great Depression; the European economy, currently and historically; European integration, the euro, and the Stability and Growth Pact; Asian integration and development with a focus on exchange rates and financial markets; the impact of China on the international economic and financial system; IMF policy, past, present and future

David Levine

David Levine

Professor of business administration, Eugene E. and Catherine M. Trefethen Chair in Business Administration

Best management practices in the foreign sector and in large corporations, health effects in developing nations, including hygiene and safe water programs, workplace diversity, impacts of high and low wages, and of education in the business sector.

Economic history

Severin Borenstein

Severin Borenstein

E.T. Grether Professor of Business Administration and Public Policy, faculty director of the Energy Institute at Berkeley Haas

Oil and gasoline market pricing and competition, energy markets, climate change, electricity deregulation, market formation and competition, U.S. and international airline competition.

Barry Eichengreen

Barry Eichengreen

George C. Pardee and Helen N. Pardee Professor of Economics and Political Science

Populism and econonmic grievance; exchange rates and capital flows, currently and historically; the gold standard and the Great Depression; the European economy, currently and historically; European integration, the euro, and the Stability and Growth Pact; Asian integration and development with a focus on exchange rates and financial markets; the impact of China on the international economic and financial system; IMF policy, past, present and future

Stephanie E. Jones-Rogers

Stephanie E. Jones-Rogers

Assistant professor of history

Expertise: Slavery, women's history, colonial history and 19th century legal and economic history.

David Levine

David Levine

Professor of business administration, Eugene E. and Catherine M. Trefethen Chair in Business Administration

Best management practices in the foreign sector and in large corporations, health effects in developing nations, including hygiene and safe water programs, workplace diversity, impacts of high and low wages, and of education in the business sector.

Harley Shaiken

Harley Shaiken

Professor of education, chair of the Latin American Studies Center

Areas of expertise: labor and the global economy, role of schooling and skills in the global economy, immigration and Latin America.

Banking and finance

Barry Eichengreen

Barry Eichengreen

George C. Pardee and Helen N. Pardee Professor of Economics and Political Science

Populism and econonmic grievance; exchange rates and capital flows, currently and historically; the gold standard and the Great Depression; the European economy, currently and historically; European integration, the euro, and the Stability and Growth Pact; Asian integration and development with a focus on exchange rates and financial markets; the impact of China on the international economic and financial system; IMF policy, past, present and future

Carole Galante

Carole Galante

I. Donald Terner Distinguished Professor in Affordable Housing and Urban Policy, faculty director of the Terner Center for Housing Innovation

Areas of expertise: housing policy and community development, the design and finance of affordable housing development.

Carolina Reid

Carolina Reid

Assistant professor of city and regional planning, faculty research advisor for the Terner Center for Housing Innovation

Areas of expertise: Housing and community development; access to credit, homeownership and wealth inequality.

Kenneth Rosen

Kenneth Rosen

Professor of real estate and urban economics

Areas of expertise: economics of housing and commercial real estate marketing, California housing market, price adjustments.

James Wilcox

James Wilcox

Professor, Haas School of Business

Wilcox served as a senior economist on the President’s Council of Economic Advisors from 1990 to 1991 and as an economist with the Federal Reserve from 1991 to 1992. His expertise includes federal economic policy, small business lending, banking and consumer spending.

Labor

Jesse Rothstein

Jesse Rothstein

Professor of economics and of public policy

Labor economics, unemployment, low-wage workers, recessions, public benefits, education, tax policy

Daniel Schneider

Daniel Schneider

co-director of Shift Project; assistant professor of sociology

social demography, inequality, economic instability

Harley Shaiken

Harley Shaiken

Professor of education, chair of the Latin American Studies Center

Areas of expertise: labor and the global economy, role of schooling and skills in the global economy, immigration and Latin America.