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Kathryn Moeller

Kathryn Moeller

Asst. professor, Educational Policy Studies; affiliate, Gender & Women's Studies/Latin American, Caribbean, Iberian

Expert on gender equity and feminism and on philanthropy and corporate social responsibility in the fields of education and international development

Martin Ganco

Martin Ganco

Associate professor, management & human resources

Expert on entrepreneurship, innovation and technology, business strategy and complexity theory.

Thomas (Tom) O'Guinn

Thomas (Tom) O'Guinn

Professor, marketing; Arthur C. Nielsen, Jr. Chair in Marketing Research

Expert on branding, consumer behavior, advertising, social class and consumption, and institutional responses by marketers to social disruption such as wars, recessions, oil spills,

Fenaba Addo

Fenaba Addo

Assistant Professor/Consumer Science

Expert on debt, wealth, relationship formation, and social inequality

Yaron Nili

Yaron Nili

Assistant professor, law

Expert on corporate law, corporate governance and securities law

Cliff Robb

Cliff Robb

Associate Professor, Consumer Science; Faculty Director, Consumer Finance and Financial Planning

Expert on financial decision-making and consumer financial capability

Oliver Levine

Oliver Levine

Assistant professor, finance; Patrick A. Thiele Fellow in Finance

Expert on corporate finance, corporate investment, mergers and acquisitions, agency problems.

Thomas Linsmeier

Thomas Linsmeier

Thomas G. Ragatz Distinguished Chair in Accounting & Professor, Accounting & Information Systems

Expert on financial reporting, particularly issues relating to standard setting activities, and the economic effects of changes in accounting standards.

Noah Williams

Noah Williams

Juli Plant Grainger Professor of Economics

Expert on macroeconomics, monetary policy, tax policy, and the Wisconsin economy. Can comment on national and state-level economic policy.

Timothy Smeeding

Timothy Smeeding

Lee Rainwater Distinguished Professor of Public Affairs and Economics, Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs

Expert on social and economic mobility across generations; inequality of income, consumption and wealth; and poverty in national and cross-national contexts.

Ty Leverty

Risk and Insurance

Expert on Property-Liability Insurance Industry

Brad Chandler

Brad Chandler

Faculty Associate; Director, Nicholas Center for Corporate Finance and Investment Banking

Expert on corporate finance, investment banking, emerging technologies—cryptocurrencies and blockchain

Paola Mallucci

Assistant Professor of Marketing, Wisconsin School of Business

Expert on distribution and marketing channel strategies and on the effect of social preferences (e.g. fairness, altruism, social pressure, envy, regret, etc.) on firm pricing.

Ivan Shaliastovich

Ivan Shaliastovich

Associate Professor, finance

Expert on uncertainty, financial markets, market volatility

Emilia Tjernström

Emilia Tjernström

Assistant professor, Public Affairs and Agricultural and Applied Economics

Expert on development economics, with a focus on agricultural technology adoption, social networks, political economy, and the role of beliefs and learning in shaping decision-making.

Jirs Meuris

Jirs Meuris

Assistant Professor of Management and Human Resources

Expert of financial wellness, compensation and benefits, and HR practices

Dan Wangerin

Dan Wangerin

Associate Professor / Accounting

Expert in financial accounting and reporting and mergers & acquisitions

Todd Newman

Todd Newman

Assistant Professor, Department of Life Sciences Communication

Expert on the intersection between science and society

Courtney Berner

Courtney Berner

Executive Director, University of Wisconsin Center for Cooperatives

Expert on the cooperative business model

Nathan Seltzer

Nathan Seltzer

PhD Candidate, Sociology, Center for Demography and Ecology

Expert on the Demographic Consequences of U.S. Manufacturing Decline

Paige Glotzer

Paige Glotzer

Assistant Professor and John W. and Jeanne M. Rowe Chair, Department of History

Expert on housing segregation, cities, suburbs, and race in the U.S.

David Nack

David Nack

Professor