|Ph.D.,||Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, May 1995|
|M.A.,||Economics, Yale University, May 1991|
|B.A.,||Economics, Yale University, summa cum laude and with distinction, May 1991|
OTHER AFFILIATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
Member, Panel of Economic Advisors to the Congressional Budget Office,
Columnist, New York Times (Economic Scene), 2006-2008
Research Associate, National Bureau of Economic Research, Cambridge, 2001-present
Research Fellow, American Bar Foundation, Chicago 1996-present
PREVIOUS POSITIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
Columnist, Slate (The Dismal Science) 2005-2006
Member, U.S. Census Advisory Committee (representing the American Economic Association) , 2001-2006
Professor of Economics, University of Chicago, G.S.B. 2001-2005
Lead Editor, Journal of Law and Economics, 2001-2004
Special Consultant for Internet Policy, Department of Justice, Antitrust Division, 2000-2001
Associate Professor of Economics, University of Chicago, G.S.B., 1999-2001
Faculty Research Fellow, National Bureau of Economic Research, 1997-2001
Associate Editor, Law and Social Inquiry, 1997-2001
Visiting Scholar, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, 1999
Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Chicago, G.S.B., 1995-1999
Economics Staff, Senator David Boren, Washington, D.C., 1991
Member, Macroeconomic Task Force for Polish Economic Restructuring, Warsaw, Poland, 1990
ACADEMIC HONORS, GRANTS AND AWARDS:
HONORS AND AWARDS
Fulbright Scholar, 2006-2007
Named one of the 40 Under 40, Crain's Chicago Business, 2006
PELS Lecture, Harvard University, 2006
Peter Lisagor Award for Exemplary Journalism, Society of Professional Journalists/Chicago Headline Club, 2005
Selected one of the Financial Times' six Gurus of the Future/Best Under 40, September, 2005
Named one of the Young Global Leaders, World Economic Forum, Switzerland, 2005
Fathauer Distinguished Lecture, University of Arizona, 2003
Named one of the 100 Global Leaders for Tomorrow, World Economic Forum, Switzerland, 2002
Lumina Award for Pioneering Research in E-Commerce (with co-author Jeffrey Brown), Global
Reinsurance, Monte Carlo, 2001
Ranked as one of the "Leading Academics in Technology," i-Street Magazine, 2001
Centel Foundation/Robert P. Reuss Scholar, 2000
Selected as one of the 30 Under 30 ("up-and-comers under 30 in Chicago
area business"), Chicago Sun-Times, 1999
William M. Massee Prize (best academic grade record in economics), Yale 1991
De Forest Prize (best public speaker), Yale 1991.
GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS
Grant, Kauffman Foundation, "The Survival of Entrepreneurs," 2005
National Science Foundation (SES0312749), "The Internet and Public Schools" (Jonathan Guryan, co-PI), 2003-2006
Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellow, 2000-2002
CAREER grant, National Science Foundation (SES9984567), 2000-2003
Grant, Kauffman Foundation, "Taxes and High-Tech Entrepreneurs," 1999
Grant, American Bar Foundation, "Tax Policy in the Open Economy," 1997-2000
Center for Energy and Economic Policy Research Fellowship, MIT 1994
National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship, MIT 1991-1995
Strategy in the Information Economy (MBA)
Economics and Policy for the Telecom, Media and Technology Industries (MBA)
Business, Public Policy and the New Economy (MBA)
The Economics of the Firm (Executive MBA Program)
Public Economics (Ph.D. program, Department of Economics)
Named as "outstanding faculty"/"star" professor, Business Week's Biennial,
Guide to the Best Business Schools, 1999, 2001
....Phoenix Award (exceptional contributions to education inside and outside the classroom), .
Chicago, G.S.B., 1998
Board of Trustees, University of Chicago, Charter Schools Corporation, 2007-present
Board of Trustees, Milton Academy, Milton, MA, 2005-present
Council of the University Senate, University of Chicago, 2002-2005, 2006-2009
Committee to Advise the Trustees on the Selection of the President, University of Chicago, 2005-2006
Policy Committee, University of Chicago, G.S.B., 2004-2005
Chair, Faculty Advisory Committee on Research Infrastructure, 2004-2006
Papers are in PDF format. To read them you need Adobe Acrobat. For published papers, the documents are usually a late draft as opposed to the final version. For the final version you will need to check the published source itself.
"How Do Incumbents Respond to the Threat of Entry? The Case of Major Airlines" (with Chad Syverson, University of Chicago), forthcoming, Quarterly Journal of Economics
"Valuing Consumer Goods by the Time Spent Using Them: An Application to the Internet," (with Peter Klenow, Stanford University), American Economic Review (Papers and Proceedings), May 2006, 96(2), 108-113
"The Impact of Internet Subsidies for Public Schools," (with Jonathan Guryan, University of Chicago, GSB), Review of Economics and Statistics, May 2006, Vol. 88, No. 2: 336-347.
"The Value of Broadband and the Deadweight Loss of Taxing New Technologies," Contributions to Economic Analysis & Policy (B.E. Press Journals), 5(1), 2006.
"Investment, Overhang and Tax Policy," (with Mihir Desai, Harvard Business School), Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, 2004(2), 285-338.
"The Impact and Inefficiency of the Coporate Income Tax: Evidence from State Organizational Form Data,"Journal of Public Economics, 88(11), September 2004, 2283-2299.
The Consumer Gains from Direct Broadcast Satellites and the Competition with Cable Television" (with Amil Petrin, University of Chicago, GSB) Econometrica 72(2), March 2004, 351-381.
"Taxes and the Quality of Capital," Journal of Public Economics, 88(3-4), March 2004, 519-543.
"Price Competition Online: Amazon Versus Barnes And Noble," (with Judy Chevalier, Yale University), Quantitative Marketing and Economics, 1(2), June 2003, 203-222.
"How Prevalent is Tax Arbitrage? Evidence from Corporate Investments in Municipal Bonds,” (with Merle Erickson, University of Chicago, GSB and Edward Maydew, Kenan-Flagler Business School, UNC), National Tax Journal, LVI (1, part 2), March 2003, 259-270.
"Investment Tax Subsidies and the Wages of Capital Goods Workers: To the Workers Go the Spoils?" National Tax Journal, LVI (1, part 2), March 2003, 153-166.
"Evidence on Learning and Network Externalities in the Diffusion of Home Computers," (with Peter Klenow, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis), Journal of Law and Economics, October 2002, Vol XLV (2, part 1), 317-344.
"Taxes and Organizational Form: The Case of REIT Spinoffs," (with Edward Maydew, Kenan-Flagler Business School, UNC), National Tax Journal, September 2002, vol. 55, 441-456.
"Does the Internet Make Markets More Competitive? Evidence from the Life Insurance Industry," (with Jeffrey Brown, Kennedy School of Government), Journal of Political Economy, June 2002, 110(3), 481-507.
"Competition in the Computer Industry: Online Versus Retail," Journal of Industrial Economics, 49(4), December 2001, 487-499
Implications of Electronic Commerce for Fiscal Policy (and Vice Versa),"
Journal of Economic Perspectives, Winter 2001, 15(1) 13-24.
--Reprinted in Cyber Policy and Economics in an Internet Age, William Lehr and Lorenzo Pupillo, eds., forthcoming Kluwer Academic Press
"The Importance of Measurement Error in the Cost of Capital," National Tax Journal. June, 2000. vol. 53(2), pp. 215-228.
a World Without Borders: The Impact of Taxes on Internet Commerce,"
Quarterly Journal of Economics, May 2000, vol 115(2), 561-576.
--Reprinted in The Internet Upheaval: Raising Questions, Seeking Answers in Communications Policy, Ben Compaine, ed., MIT Press.
--Translated and reprinted as "Limpatto dell'imposizione fiscale sul commercio elettronico negli USA: un'analasi econometrica" by Fiscalia vol. 1(2), 144-158.
"Taxes, High-Income Executives, and the Perils of Revenue Estimation in the New Economy," American Economic Review (Papers and Proceedings), May 2000, vol. 90(2), 271-275.
"What Happens When You Tax the Rich? Evidence from Executive Compensation," Journal of Political Economy, April 2000, vol. 108(2), 352-378.
"Coveting Thy Neighbor's Manufacturing: The Dilemma of State Income Apportionment," (with Ed Maydew, University of Chicago), University of Chicago, Journal of Public Economics, January 2000, vol. 75(1), 125-143.
"Evidence on the High Income Laffer Curve from Six Decades of Tax Reform:" Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, 1999(2), 1-47.
"Evaluating the Costs and Benefits of Taxing Internet Commerce" (with Jonathan Zittrain, Harvard Law School), National Tax Journal, 52(3), September 1999, 413-428.
"Taxes, Organizational Form and the Dead Weight Loss of the Corporate Income Tax," Journal of Public Economics, vol. 69, July 1998, 143-152.
"Does R&D Policy Primarily Benefit Scientists and Engineers?" American Economic Review (Papers and Proceedings), 88(2), May 1998, 298 - 302.
"The Business Cycle, Financial Performance, and the Retirement of Capital Goods," Review of Economic Dynamics, 1(2), April 1998, 474 - 496.
"Investment Tax Incentives, Prices, and the Supply of Capital Goods," Quarterly Journal of Economics, 113(1), February 1998, 121 - 148.
ARTICLES IN BOOKS, CONFERENCE VOLUMES AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS:
"World Wide Wonder? Measuring the (non-) Impact of Internet Subsidies in Public Schools," Education Next, Winter, 2006, 6(1), pp. 61-65
"The TurboTax Revolution? Evaluating the Ability of Technology to Solve the Tax Complexity Dilemma," in The Crisis in Tax Administration, edited by Henry Aaron and Joel Slemrod, , 124-137, Brookings Institution Press (Washington, D.C.).
"Subsidies, the Value of Broadband, and the Importance of Fixed Costs," in Broadband: Should we Regulate High-Speed Internet Access?, Robert Crandall and James H. Alleman, eds. 2002, 278-294, Brooking Institution Press (Washington, D.C.).
and the Internet" in The
Economic Payoff from the Internet Revolution, Robert Litan, and Alice Rivlin,
eds., 2001. Internet Policy Institute/Brookings
Institution Press (Washington, D.C.), 269-284.
"Tax Sensitivity, Internet Commerce, and the Generation Gap," in Tax Policy and the Economy, volume 14 (2000), 45-66, James Poterba, ed., MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.
"It's Not About the Money: Why Natural Experiments Don't Work on the Rich,"in Does Atlas Shrug? The Economic Consequences of Taxing the Rich, J. Slemrod, ed., 2000, 141-158. Russell Sage Foundation and Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA.
"Why the Network Effect is
so Striking," Financial Times, (Mastering Strategy, Part One), September
--Reprinted in Mastering Strategy: The Complete MBA Companion in Strategy, pp. 21-22, 2000, (Financial Times Prentice-Hall; London, U.K.)
Are Durable Goods Consumers Forward Looking? Evidence from College Textbooks," (with Judy Chevalier, Yale University), revised and resubmitted, Quarterly Journal of Economics
"Playing with Fire: Cigarettes Taxes and Competition from the Internet" (with Joel Slemrod, University of Michigan)
"Estimating Adjustment Costs with Data on Heterogeneous Capital Goods," (with David Gross, University of Chicago), University of Chicago revise and resubmit, Journal of Monetary Economics.
"James Heckman's Contributions to Law and Economics,"Law and Social Inquiry, Winter 2002, 27(1), 1-5.
on James Hines and Adam Jaffe “International
Taxation and the Location of Inventive Activity,“
in International Taxation, James Hines, ed, 2000.
National Bureau of Economic Research and University of
Chicago Press, Chicago, IL.
"Review" of Fiscal Policy: Lessons from Economic Research, Alan Auerbach, ed. , MIT Press, 1998 in National Tax Journal, 51(2), June 1998, pp. 405 - 409.
OTHER WRITINGS AND COLUMNS:
Link to New York Times Economic Scene columns, Slate Dismal Science columns, and other articles
American Economic Review, Journal of Political Economy, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Journal of Public Economics, Rand Journal of Economics, B.E. Press Journal in Economics Analysis and Policy, Journal of Labor Economics, Journal of Law and Economics, National Tax Journal, Journal of Industrial Economics, Review of Economic Dynamics, Economic Inquiry, Economic Journal, Journal of Public Economic Theory, International Taxation and Public Finance, Law and Society Review, Law and Social Inquiry, Journal of Accounting Research, National Science Foundation, Journal of Business.
Married (to Robin Winters Goolsbee), three children (Aden, Addison, Emmett)
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