Professor of Marketing, Yale School of Management
Specialized in Behavioral Economics & Decision Making
行为经济学领军人物，首创与心理学结合研究课题，在耶鲁大学开设全球独家课程Decision Making和Problem Framing
Professor Novemsky is Professor of Marketing in the Yale School of Management and has an appointment as Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychology, Yale University. His is an expert in the psychology of judgment and decision-making, an area that overlaps heavily with behavioral economics and consumer behavior. He examines how people know what they like, how the way they frame decisions affects the choices they make, how their goals influence their behavior and other topics in judgment and decision-making.
He teaches Problem Framing, a course unique to the Yale School of Management. This course teaches managers how to give structure to unstructured situations in a way that maximizes their chances of making good long-term decisions. It also teaches them about how to avoid the pitfalls characteristic of behavioral economics by understanding how natural psychological tendencies can derail optimal decision-making.
He is also an active member of the Yale Center for Customer Insights. As part of the Center, he actively partners with practitioners to develop new insights into customer behavior that are both relevant to practitioners and new to the academic literature.
Thomas A. Kolditz
Professor in the Practice of Leadership and Management & Director of the Leadership Development Program, Yale School of Management
Retired brigadier general and titled Professor Emeritus by the U.S. Military Academy (West Point)
Specialized in Leadership
Tom Kolditz teams with students, faculty, and staff to enhance leader development at the Yale School of Management. His experience as a leading development expert spans four decades in the public, private, and social sectors.
A retired brigadier general and titled Professor Emeritus by the U.S. Military Academy, Tom led the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership at West Point, for 12 years. In that role, he was responsible for teaching, research, and outreach activities in management, leader development science, psychology, and sociology. A highly experienced global leader, General Kolditz has more than 26 years in leader roles on four continents. His career has focused both on leading organizations and studying leadership and leadership policy across sectors. He served for two years as a leadership and human resources policy analyst in the Pentagon, and a year as a concept developer in the Center for Army Leadership, and was the founding director of the West Point Leadership Center. He was instrumental in the design and formation of the Thayer Leader Development Group, and is the managing member of Saxon Castle LLC, a leader development consultancy.
PJ. Skelly Wright Professor of Law at Yale Law School, Yale Law School
Specialized in Selection Law & Data-driven Analysis in International Law
Professor Gerken specializes in election law and constitutional law. She has published in the Harvard Law Review, the Yale Law Journal, the Stanford Law Review, Political Theory, and Political Science Quarterly. Her most recent scholarship explores questions of election reform, federalism, diversity, and dissent. Her work has been featured in The Atlantic’ “Ideas of the Year” section and the Ideas Section of the Boston Globe and has been the subject of a festschrift and a symposium. Professor Gerken clerked for Judge Stephen Reinhardt of the 9th Circuit and Justice David Souter of the United States Supreme Court. After practicing for several years, she joined the Harvard faculty in September 2000 and was awarded tenure in 2005. In 2006, she joined the Yale faculty. She has won teaching awards at both Yale and Harvard, has been named one of the nation’s “twenty-six best law teachers” by a book published by the Harvard University Press, and has won a Green Bag award for legal writing. Professor Gerken served as a senior legal adviser to the Obama for America campaign in 2008 and 2012. Her proposal for creating a “Democracy Index” was incorporated into separate bills by then-Senator Hillary Clinton, then-Senator Barack Obama, and Congressman Israel and turned into reality by the Pew Foundations, which created the nation’s first Election Performance Index in February 2013.
David Singh Grewal
Associate Professor of Law, Yale Law School
Specialized in International Trade Law
David Singh Grewal is an Associate Professor of Law at Yale Law School. His teaching and research interests include legal and political theory; global economic governance, particularly international trade law; intellectual property law and biotechnology; and law and economics. Before joining the faculty, he was a Junior Fellow of the Harvard University Society of Fellows. His first book, Network Power: The Social Dynamics of Globalization, was published by Yale University Press in 2008. His second book, The Invention of the Economy: The Origins of Economic Thought is forthcoming from Harvard University Press. He is a Faculty Fellow of the Information Society Project at Yale Law School and a member of the board of directors of the BioBricks Foundation. He holds B.A. and Ph.D. degrees from Harvard and a J.D. from Yale Law School.