Booth's Intellectual Environment Brings 14 New Faculty Members

By Harmesh Bhambra '16

John Barrios Assistant Professor of Accounting Class(es) taught at Booth: Financial Accounting Previous institutions: University of Miami

John Barrios

Assistant Professor of Accounting

Class(es) taught at Booth: Financial Accounting

Previous institutions: University of Miami

Christopher J. Bryan Assistant Professor of Behavioral Science and FMC Faculty Scholar Class(es) taught at Booth: Strategies and Processes of Negotiation Previous institutions: University of California, San Diego and Stanford Why Booth?: “In my research, I take a psychological approach to understanding and solving social and policy challenges. Booth is the place with the single best collection of faculty working on similar issues and the strongest institutional commitment to this sort of work that I know of.”

Christopher J. Bryan

Assistant Professor of Behavioral Science and FMC Faculty Scholar

Class(es) taught at Booth: Strategies and Processes of Negotiation

Previous institutions: University of California, San Diego and Stanford

Why Booth?: “In my research, I take a psychological approach to understanding and solving social and policy challenges. Booth is the place with the single best collection of faculty working on similar issues and the strongest institutional commitment to this sort of work that I know of.”

Rene Caldentey Professor of Operations Management Class(es) taught at Booth: Operations Management: Business Process Fundamentals; Revenue Management Previous institutions: NYU Stern Why Booth?: "I am really happy to join Booth faculty because of its rigorous academic tradition and its unique reputation rooted on intellectual excellence.”

Rene Caldentey

Professor of Operations Management

Class(es) taught at Booth: Operations Management: Business Process Fundamentals; Revenue Management

Previous institutions: NYU Stern

Why Booth?: "I am really happy to join Booth faculty because of its rigorous academic tradition and its unique reputation rooted on intellectual excellence.”

Ozan Candogan Assistant Professor of Operations Management Class(es) taught at Booth: Operations Management: Business Process Fundamentals; Workshop in Operations/Management Science Previous institutions: Fuqua School of Business and MIT Why Booth?: “With its talented and energetic students, and faculty members who are intellectual leaders of their fields, Booth provides a unique environment for learning, teaching, and doing cutting edge research.”

Ozan Candogan

Assistant Professor of Operations Management

Class(es) taught at Booth: Operations Management: Business Process Fundamentals; Workshop in Operations/Management Science

Previous institutions: Fuqua School of Business and MIT

Why Booth?: “With its talented and energetic students, and faculty members who are intellectual leaders of their fields, Booth provides a unique environment for learning, teaching, and doing cutting edge research.”

Thomas Covert Assistant Professor of Economics Class(es) taught at Booth: Competitive Strategy and Applied Economics Workshop Previous institutions: Harvard and MIT Why Booth?: “There’s no other place with so many scholars doing such interesting work in as many fields as Booth.”

Thomas Covert

Assistant Professor of Economics

Class(es) taught at Booth: Competitive Strategy and Applied Economics Workshop

Previous institutions: Harvard and MIT

Why Booth?: “There’s no other place with so many scholars doing such interesting work in as many fields as Booth.”

Øystein Sigvald Daljord Assistant Professor of Marketing Class(es) taught at Booth: Going to Market: Managing Channel Strategy and Marketing Literature Seminar Previous institutions: Stanford and LSE Why Booth: “It’s best there is on data driven marketing analysis.”

Øystein Sigvald Daljord

Assistant Professor of Marketing

Class(es) taught at Booth: Going to Market: Managing Channel Strategy and Marketing Literature Seminar

Previous institutions: Stanford and LSE

Why Booth: “It’s best there is on data driven marketing analysis.”

Rebecca Dizon-Ross Assistant Professor of Economics and Charles E. Merrill Faculty Scholar Class(es) taught at Booth: Microeconomics Previous institutions: MIT, Stanford and Harvard

Rebecca Dizon-Ross

Assistant Professor of Economics and Charles E. Merrill Faculty Scholar

Class(es) taught at Booth: Microeconomics

Previous institutions: MIT, Stanford and Harvard

Richard Hornbeck Professor of Economics and Neubauer Family Faculty Fellow Class(es) taught at Booth: Business in Historical Perspective Previous institutions: Harvard, MIT and Chicago Why Booth?: “Booth provides a deeply intellectual atmosphere, across the board from the students to the faculty, and is a great place for me personally as I am a UChicago alum, my wife had joined the University faculty the previous year, and our son has just started at the Lab school.”

Richard Hornbeck

Professor of Economics and Neubauer Family Faculty Fellow

Class(es) taught at Booth: Business in Historical Perspective

Previous institutions: Harvard, MIT and Chicago

Why Booth?: “Booth provides a deeply intellectual atmosphere, across the board from the students to the faculty, and is a great place for me personally as I am a UChicago alum, my wife had joined the University faculty the previous year, and our son has just started at the Lab school.”

Sanjog Misra Charles H. Kellstadt Professor of Marketing and Neubauer Family Faculty Fellow Class(es) taught at Booth: Digital and Algorithmic Marketing and Marketing Literature Seminar Previous institutions: UCLA Anderson School of Management Why Booth?: “There isn’t really an alternative. Booth is a unique mix of a great academic institution, fantastic colleagues, driven and smart students and a leadership that supports research more than any other school.”

Sanjog Misra

Charles H. Kellstadt Professor of Marketing and Neubauer Family Faculty Fellow

Class(es) taught at Booth: Digital and Algorithmic Marketing and Marketing Literature Seminar

Previous institutions: UCLA Anderson School of Management

Why Booth?: “There isn’t really an alternative. Booth is a unique mix of a great academic institution, fantastic colleagues, driven and smart students and a leadership that supports research more than any other school.”

Guy Rolnik Clinical Associate Professor of Strategic Management Class(es) taught at Booth: Reputation, Regulation and Communications – How Media Influences Business Previous institutions: Israeli Institute of Technology, Harvard and Tel-Aviv University

Guy Rolnik

Clinical Associate Professor of Strategic Management

Class(es) taught at Booth: Reputation, Regulation and Communications – How Media Influences Business

Previous institutions: Israeli Institute of Technology, Harvard and Tel-Aviv University

Thomas Talhelm Assistant Professor of Behavioral Science and William Ladany Faculty Scholar Class(es) taught at Booth: Strategies and Processes of Negotiation Previous institutions: University of Virginia and University of Michigan Why Booth?: “I came to Booth because it is a place that has truly built a springboard for research, for the next step of discovery.”

Thomas Talhelm

Assistant Professor of Behavioral Science and William Ladany Faculty Scholar

Class(es) taught at Booth: Strategies and Processes of Negotiation

Previous institutions: University of Virginia and University of Michigan

Why Booth?: “I came to Booth because it is a place that has truly built a springboard for research, for the next step of discovery.”

Thomas Winberry Assistant Professor of Economics Class(es) taught at Booth: Macroeconomics and Workshop in Macro and International Economics Previous institutions: Princeton and Berkeley Why Booth?: “Booth is a very exciting place to do research because it offers great colleagues, support for faculty, and an intellectually challenging culture.”

Thomas Winberry

Assistant Professor of Economics

Class(es) taught at Booth: Macroeconomics and Workshop in Macro and International Economics

Previous institutions: Princeton and Berkeley

Why Booth?: “Booth is a very exciting place to do research because it offers great colleagues, support for faculty, and an intellectually challenging culture.”

Thomas Wollmann Assistant Professor of Economics Class(es) taught at Booth: Competitive Strategy Previous institutions: Harvard and NYU Stern Why Booth?: “I genuinely believe that the University's commitment to uninhibited inquiry and Booth's commitment to support its faculty will, in the long run, produce the most competitive students and impactful ideas in the business world (and note that this belief was enough strong to compensate for Chicago's weather, which is saying a lot).”

Thomas Wollmann

Assistant Professor of Economics

Class(es) taught at Booth: Competitive Strategy

Previous institutions: Harvard and NYU Stern

Why Booth?: “I genuinely believe that the University's commitment to uninhibited inquiry and Booth's commitment to support its faculty will, in the long run, produce the most competitive students and impactful ideas in the business world (and note that this belief was enough strong to compensate for Chicago's weather, which is saying a lot).”

Seth Zimmerman Assistant Professor of Economics and Richard N. Rosett Faculty Fellow Class(es) taught at Booth: Microeconomics Previous institutions: Princeton, Yale and Dartmouth Why Booth?: “Great colleagues to work with and learn from, resources that are hard to match, and a fun city to be a part of.“

Seth Zimmerman

Assistant Professor of Economics and Richard N. Rosett Faculty Fellow

Class(es) taught at Booth: Microeconomics

Previous institutions: Princeton, Yale and Dartmouth

Why Booth?: “Great colleagues to work with and learn from, resources that are hard to match, and a fun city to be a part of.“