Jeremy Bulow is the Richard A. Stepp Professor of Economics at Stanford Business School. He served as the Director of the Bureau of Economics of the Federal Trade Commission from 1998-2001. Bulow was co-editor of the American Economic Review from 2005-2008. His research has covered a variety of topics including pension funds, sovereign debt, auctions, and tobacco. He has served as a consultant to government agencies including the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation, the World Bank, the British Radiocommunications Authority, and the Federal Reserve. In the private sector, he has consulted to companies in oil, telecoms, credit cards, software, and internet search. Bulow is a fellow of the Econometric Society and of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Jeremy Bulow’s research spans economics and finance and includes topics such as industrial organization, international debt, pension funds, auctions, and tobacco. Bulow has taught microeconomics as well as courses on economic aspects of contracts, competition, and markets, and environmental management and policy analysis.