Lori Dajose
Maura Dykstra studies Chinese history and is a new assistant professor at Caltech.
Lori Dajose
Assistant Professor Luciano Pomatto explains how good predictions and bad predictions can often be confused for one another.
Lori Dajose
New assistant professor of cognitive neuroscience Dean Mobbs discusses how we respond to environmental threats.
Dean Mobbs Assistant Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience
Lori Dajose
A conversation with Sarah Gronningsater, a new assistant professor of history studying 18th and 19th century American history.
Kimm Fesenmaier
Lawrence Jin (MS '06), a new assistant professor of finance, studies how psychology and neuroscience can help inform financial models.
Lori Dajose
Omer Tamuz discusses economics, rational choices, and life as a new faculty member.
Kimm Fesenmaier
Cvitanic's goal in the role is to help the Institute continue to create an environment for interdisciplinary and creative research and education in business and economics.
Kimm Fesenmaier
All those political statements that we, as humans, make? Alexander Hirsch, a new associate professor of political science at Caltech, creates mathematical models to actually test them.
Cynthia Eller
Michael Ewens, who recently joined Caltech as associate professor of finance and entrepreneurship, explains how he discovered venture capital through a summer job and shares his ambitions for his future at Caltech.
Cynthia Eller
"Everything has a price," the saying goes, and though that might sound cynical, taking the adage seriously can lead to a lifetime of fascinating inquiry. Just ask Richard W. Roll, who recently joined Caltech as the Linde Institute Professor of Finance.
Cynthia Eller

Determining cause and effect is complex and fraught with difficulty, from our intuitive—but often mistaken—sense of the causes of events in our daily lives to the perils of structuring and inte

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