Steve Tadelis - Personal Webpage

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Associate Professor

Business and Public Policy

My main fields of interest are the economics of incentives, industrial organization and microeconomics. My research aspires to advance our understanding of the roles played by two central institutions ---firms and contractual agreements---and how these institutions facilitate the creation of value. Within this broader framework, I have focused on a firm's reputation as a valuable, tradeable asset; the effects of contract design and organizational form on firm behavior with applications to outsourcing and privatization; public and private sector procurement and award mechanisms; and the determinants of trust.

To learn more about my work or my teaching at Haas, please use the links at the top of this page. You can also use the link "OEW Seminar Series" above to view the current schedule of the "Oliver E. Williamson Seminar on Institutional Analysis", more fondly known as the "Williamson's Seminar".

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