Nicholas C. Yannelis
Nicholas Yannelis studied undergraduate economics at the Athens School of Economics and pursued graduate studies at the London School of Economics and at the University of Rochester where he obtained his PhD in economics under the direction of Lionel McKenzie. He is currently: the Editor of Economic Theory, the Henry B. Tippie Research Professor of Economics at the University of Iowa, the Sir John Hicks Professor of Economic Theory at the University of Manchester, and the Emeritus Commerce Distinguished Alumni Professor of Economics at the University of Illinois. His current research is focused on general equilibrium, experimental economics, and game theory with asymmetric information.
Muriel Niederle is a professor in the Department of Economics at Stanford University. She received her PhD in Economics from Harvard University and after graduating became an Assistant Professor of Economics at Stanford University, where she was promoted to Associate Professor with tenure in 2007 and full Professor in 2012. She is a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research. Her expertise lies in behavioral and experimental economics, economics with a strong interest on gender differences in economic outcomes.
J. Miguel Villas-Boas is the J.Gary Shansby Professor of Marketing Strategy at the Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley. He earned his Ph.D. in Applied Economics at M.I.T. Villas-Boas has served as Department Editor or Associate Editor at top journals in marketing, and is in the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Research in Marketing.
Villas-Boas has published extensively in competitive strategy, design of marketing organizations, distribution channels, customer relationship management, customer recognition, product line design, and industrial organization. His research has appeared in several journals, including Marketing Science, Management Science, Journal of Economic Theory, RAND Journal of Economics, Journal of Marketing Research, and Journal of Economics and Management Strategy.