Magne Mogstad

Gary S. Becker Professor in Economics and the College; Affiliated Faculty, Masters in Computational Social Science Program

Dr. Mogstad is the first Gary S. Becker Professor in Economics and the College. His research focuses on applied microeconomics, mostly in the areas of labor economics and public economics. He has published articles in journals that include the American Economic ReviewReview of Economic StudiesAmerican Economic Journal: Applied EconomicsAmerican Economic Journal: Economic Policy, and Journal of Public Economics. He is an associate editor of the Economic Journal. For more information, visit his homepage.


Stéphane Bonhomme

Professor in Economics and the College; Managing Editor, Review of Economic Studies; Affiliated Faculty, Masters in Computational Social Science Program

Dr. Bonhomme is a Professor in Economics and the College; Managing Editor for the Review of Economic Studies; and Affiliated Faculty for the Masters in Computational Social Science Program. His research interests include: microeconometrics and econometric theory, with a special interest in latent variable modeling and panel data; and labor economics. He completed his PhD at CREST and Université Paris I, under the supervision of Jean-Marc Robin.  For more information, visit his homepage


James T. Sparrow

Associate Professor of United States History and the College; Master, Social Sciences Collegiate Division; Associate Dean, College; Deputy Dean, Social Sciences Division; Affiliated Faculty, Masters in Computational Social Science Program

Dr. Sparrow is an Associate Professor of United States History; Associate Dean in the College; Deputy Dean in the Social Sciences Division; and Affiliated Faculty for the Masters in Computational Social Science Program.  His research and teaching focuses on the state and social citizenship in the modern United States. He is especially interested in national political culture and its formation within specific social, cultural, and institutional contexts. His first book, Warfare State, is a history of the social politics of the national state as its foundations shifted from welfare to warfare during World War II. For more information, visit his faculty page.


Alessandra Voena

Assistant Professor in Economics and the College; Affiliated Faculty, Masters in Computational Social Science Program

Dr. Voena is an Assistant Professor in Economics and Affiliated Faculty for the Masters in Computational Social Science Program.  As an applied microeconomist working primarily in labor economics, her focus is on two broadly-defined areas. The first is the economics of the family, and studies how intra-household decision making affects economic behavior. The second is the economics of science and innovation which examines what skills and circumstances help workers to produce new inventions.  For more information, visit her homepage.