Professor Julie Niederhoff received her PhD from the Olin School of Business at the Washington University in St. Louis. Professor Niederhoff’s research focuses on the role of individual human bias in decision making. She measures personal preferences and group dynamics by applying methodology from experimental economics and behavioral game theory, as well as psychology. Professor Niederhoff uses these factors to measure individual and team performance in supply chain contexts in order to better understand he human element of supply chain decision making. She also teaches Introduction to Supply Chain Management (SCM 265) to undergraduate students.
Professor Breagin Riley received her PhD from Kellog School of Management at Northwestern University, and her bachelors’ degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Her areas of research expertise include the effects worldview and power has on consumer behavior. Professor Riley is a member of the Associate for Consumer Research and the Society for Consumer Psychology.
Professor Kate Min is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Whitman School.