Mikhael Shor is an Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Connecticut, where he teaches courses on microeconomics, game theory, and experimental economics at the undergraduate, MBA, and PhD levels.
Professor Shor’s consulting experience spans a wide array of matters, including antitrust merger review, FRAND royalty rate determination for standard essential patents, price fixing investigations, and online auction manipulation. He also previously served as a consultant to the Federal Trace Commission Bureau of Economics. His research interests span behavioral & experimental investigations into decision making and fairness; theoretical analysis of antitrust & competition economics, including the effects of mergers in common-value auction markets; and applications of industrial organization, often to business disciplines such as accounting, operations, and marketing. He is the co-author of Managerial Economics, an economics textbook now in its fifth edition. In addition, he has created policeresearch.us, a compendium of research on racial bias in policing.
Professor Shor is an Associate Editor of Economic Inquiry. Prior to joining the University of Connecticut, he was an Assistant Professor at the Vanderbilt University Owen Graduate School of Management. He received his Ph.D. and M.A. in economics from Rutgers University.
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