Economics faculty member, Jack Fanning, has been promoted to Associate Professor as of July 1, 2024.
Jack contributes to the economics community in both research and teaching. His influential research uses microeconomic theory to improve our understanding of the world. He tries to answer questions such as: Why does bargaining often involve delay and disagreement? How can we improve the efficiency of bargaining? What helps people establish a reputation for high quality work? He teaches courses in Bargaining Theory and in Intermediate Microeconomics to undergraduates, and teaches Game Theory to graduate students. He is a first-year, sophomore and concentration advisor.