Andrew John

Andrew John joined Melbourne Business School in 2009, having held previous academic appointments at Michigan State University, the University of Virginia, and INSEAD. He has also held visiting appointments at the University of Michigan, the Helsinki School of Economics and Business Administration, and the University of Texas at Austin. Andrew has extensive experience teaching on both MBA and executive programmes.

His published research has appeared in many top business and economics journals, including American Economic Review, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Journal of Monetary Economics, Economic Journal, Management Science, Sloan Management Review, and Journal of Marketing. His work has been widely cited in economics journals.

His research interests include coordination games, New Keynesian macroeconomics, pricing strategies and their macroeconomic implications, and consumer boycotts. He is co-author of a Principles of Economics textbook (Economics: Theory Through Applications), published by FlatWorld Knowledge in 2011.



Match-making economists earn Nobel for economic engineering
17 Oct 2012 | FEATURES |  
tags: economics, Nobel Prize for Economics
This year's award goes to two academics whose work has very practical applications.


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