Associate Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School
Experience & Areas of Interest:
Ben is an associate professor at the Harvard Business School in theNegotiation, Organizations & Markets unit.
Ben's current research explores the public and private forces shaping Internet architecture and business opportunities. He has written about the implications of growing market concentration in Internet search and resulting risks for advertisers. Examining the mechanisms that allocate pay-per-click advertising, Ben compared the revenue of alternative pricing rules, quantifying the losses from early inefficient auction systems. He has also analyzed the stability and truth-telling properties of modern online advertising systems, and he designed a simulated bidding environment to evaluate bidding strategies empirically
Ph.D (Department of Economics), Harvard University
J.D., Harvard University
A.M., Statistics, Harvard University
A.B.,Economics, Summa cum Laude, Harvard University
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