Professor Emre Ozdenoren is an expert in microeconomics, decision making under uncertainty, behavioural economics, game theory and auction theory. More recently, he has focused his research on financial markets and, in particular, feedback effects between financial markets and the real economy.
Before joining the School as a Term Chaired Professor of Economics, he was an Associate Professor of Economics at University of Michigan. He is also a Research Fellow at the CEPR.
His research has been published in leading economics journals across the world including the Review of Economic Studies, Journal of Finance, RAND Journal of Economics and the Journal of Economic Theory.