Eric W. Zitzewitz
Professor of Economics
My areas of expertise include industrial organization and agency issues, particularly in financial and informational industries, and prediction markets. The financial services industry and market-based forecasting are among my current research interests.
"Does transparency reduce favoritism and corruption? Evidence from the reform of figure skating judging", Sage Journals vol. 15 no. 1 3-30 (February 2014)
Corporate Prediction Markets: Evidence from Google, Ford, and Firm X, Review of Economics Studies, forthcoming (with Bo Cowgill)*Incorporates material from Using Prediction Markets to Track Information Flows: Evidence from Google (with Bo Cowgill and Justin Wolfers)
Forensic Economics, Journal of Economic Literature, 2012
When Should Firms Share Credit With Employees? Evidence from Anonymously Managed Mutual Funds, Journal of Financial Economics, 2010 (with Massimo Massa and Jonathan Reuter)