Ben is an economist at Microsoft, where he writes about — and advises the company about — a variety of questions at the intersection of software, strategy, economics, and public policy. Ben was previously an associate professor at the Harvard Business School where he studied and taught about the economics of online markets — combining software engineering with legal and economic analysis, aiming to understand both how online markets function and also how they might improve.
Ph.D (Department of Economics), Harvard University
J.D., Harvard University
A.M., Statistics, Harvard University
A.B.,Economics, Summa cum Laude, Harvard University.