Jeremy I. Bulow

Jeremy I. Bulow is the Richard A. Stepp Professor of Economics and Senior Fellow at the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, Stanford University. He is an applied microeconomic theorist with research interests in industrial organization, international debt, pension funds, auctions, and tobacco. He is co-editor of the American Economic Review, and a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the Econometric Society.

 Professor Bulow has served as Director of the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Economics, where he oversaw the bureau’s role in providing economic analysis of consumer protection and antitrust activities, and advised on the impact of various regulatory reform initiatives.

 Professor Bulow has been a visiting professor at the Yale School of Management. He has taught graduate and undergraduate courses in microeconomics, economic aspects of contracts, competition and markets, and environmental management and policy analysis. In addition to academic positions, he was Professor of Economics, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University Department.

 Professor Bulow holds a PhD in economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a BA and MA in economics from Yale University.

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