David B. Huffman, University of Pittsburg
David B. Huffman is a Full Professor of Economics at University of Pittsburgh.
His PhD is from the University of California, Berkeley.
His research is mainly in the areas of Behavioral Economics and Labor Economics. About half of what he does is basic research on the heterogeneity in individual preferences regarding risk, time, and social interactions.
The other half is more applied, focusing on central questions in labor economics, usually with a behavioral angle. His research uses a variety of methodologies, including field experiments within firms and organizations, laboratory experiments, international surveys, and analysis of personnel data.
CEBI contact: Claus T. Kreiner