Economic impact

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.

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.

Elena Conis

Elena Conis

Historian of U.S. public health and medicine

History of disease outbreaks, contagions, historic, social and public health response to disease outbreaks, viruses, vaccines

Saru Jayaramana

Saru Jayaramana

Director, Food Labor Research Center

restaurant workers, inequality, working poor

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

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

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

James Wilcox

James Wilcox

Professor of economic analysis and policy

Recessions, business conditions, banking, stock markets conditions, consumer spending, unemployment and inflation, Federal Reserve policy, bank mergers and acquisitions.

Epidemiology, Diagnosis and Treatment

Laurent Coscoy

Laurent Coscoy

Associate professor of immunology and pathogenesis

Molecular and cellular virology, viral pathogenesis, viral immunology.

Wayne Getz

Wayne Getz

Professor of wildlife ecology

Wildlife management, population modeling epidemiology, zoology, disease ecology, conservation biology.

Fenyong Liu

Fenyong Liu

Professor of virology and infectious diseases

Virology, human viruses, emerging infectious diseases, molecular
biology and epidemiology.

Arthur Reingold

Arthur Reingold

Professor of public health

Epidemiology, pandemics, opportunistic infections in AIDS patients, interrelationship between tuberculosis and AIDS in developing countries.

Lee Riley

Lee Riley

Professor of epidemiology and infectious diseases

molecular epidemiology, bacterial pathogenesis, infectious diseases of global importance, diseases in developing countries.

Julia Schaletzky

Julia Schaletzky

Executive Director, Center for Emerging and Neglected Diseases (CEND) and Immunotherapy and Vaccine Research Institute (IVRI)

Drug discovery, therapeutics, diagnostics, robotic high-throughput screening, biotech, global health.

John Swartzberg

John Swartzberg

Clinical professor of public health

Infectious diseases, vaccinology, public health, healthcare, epidemiology

Xenophobia/racism

Ian Haney Lopez

Ian Haney Lopez

Director, Racial Politics Project, Haas Institute For A Fair And Inclusive Society Chief Justice Earl Warren Professor Of Public Law Director, Racial Politics Project, Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society; Chief Justice Earl Warren Professor of Public Law

race and constitutional law, civil rights, 'dog-whistle' politics, communication

john a. powell

john a. powell

Professor of Law and of African American Studies

Civil rights, racism, poverty, inequality, democracy.

Winston Tseng

Winston Tseng

Lecturer in the School of Public Health and in Asian American and Asian Diasporas Studies

Public health policy, Asian American health, Xenophobia, racism, prejudice due to spread of disease.

Healthcare insurance and costs

David Lindeman

David Lindeman

Director of health, Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society (CITRIS)

Telehealth, aging, assisted technology, workplace health

Jesse Rothstein

Jesse Rothstein

Professor of economics and of public policy

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

Stephen Shortell

Stephen Shortell

Distinguished Professor of Health Policy and Management Emeritus

Health insurance, policies and practices to reform health care delivery and improve the value of care provided to patients

Psychology and culture

Maryam  Abdullah

Maryam Abdullah

Parenting director, Greater Good Science Center

Parenting, moral development, emotion, child development, prosocial behavior, parent-child relationships, autism, ADHD

Adrian Aguilera

Adrian Aguilera

Associate professor of social welfare

Mental health, psychiatric disorders, telehealth, mobile mental health services, healthcare for underserved populations, Spanish-speaking services

Sonia Bishop

Sonia Bishop

Associate professor of psychology

Anxiety, decision-making, emotional regulation

Christine Carter

Christine Carter

Sociologist and senior fellow at Greater Good Science Center

Parenting, childhood and adolescence, wellness, stress management, life-work balance, positive psychology

Jennifer Chatman

Jennifer Chatman

Paul J. Cortese Distinguished Professor of Management

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

Elena Conis

Elena Conis

Historian of U.S. public health and medicine

History of disease outbreaks, contagions, historic, social and public health response to disease outbreaks, viruses, vaccines

Jeffrey Edleson

Jeffrey Edleson

Professor and dean emeritus of social welfare

Domestic violence, impact of violence on children, family dynamics, poverty

Amy Eva

Amy Eva

Associate parenting director, Greater Good Science Center

Education, school climate, social-emotional learning, adolescent development, teacher education

Ellen Evers

Ellen Evers

Assistant professor of marketing

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

Jeremy Geffen

Jeremy Geffen

Executive and artistic director, Cal Performances

The arts, importance of artistic expression and engagement, societal benefits of the arts in the face of adversity

Dacher Keltner

Dacher Keltner

Professor of psychology, founding director of the Greater Good Science Center

Area of expertise: Science of emotions, power dynamics, physiology of emotions.

Ann Kring

Ann Kring

Professor and chair of psychology

Expertise: Mental illness, disorders, schizophrenia, emotion.

Don Moore

Don Moore

Business professor

Organizations management, crisis leadership, remote work and productivity

Emiliana Simon-Thomas

Emiliana Simon-Thomas

Science director, Greater Good Science Center

Neuroscience, happiness at work, compassion, gratitude, emotions, empathy

Vicki Zakrzewski

Vicki Zakrzewski

Education director, Greater Good Science Center

education, educators, school climate, social-emotional learning, teacher education, positive psychology

Jobs and workplace issues

Cristina Banks

Cristina Banks

Director, Interdisciplinary Center for Healthy Workplaces

Dr. Banks is also a Senior Lecturer at the Haas School of Business where she has taught Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management for 30 years

Ken Goldberg

Ken Goldberg

Professor of engineering, faculty director of the People and Robots Initiative at CITRIS

Robotics in the workplace, automation, artificial intelligence, use of robotics in research

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

David Lindeman

David Lindeman

Director of health, Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society (CITRIS)

Telehealth, aging, assisted technology, workplace health

Don Moore

Don Moore

Business professor

Organizations management, crisis leadership, remote work and productivity

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