Jeremy Bulow’s research spans economics and finance and includes topics such as industrial organization, international debt, pension funds, auctions, bank capital, and tobacco taxation. Bulow has taught microeconomics as well as courses on economic aspects of contracts, competition, and markets, and environmental management and policy analysis.
Bulow has been on the faculty at Stanford since 1979. He previously held positions as a visiting professor at Yale University School of Management and economics department and at the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business. He is on the board of directors of American Century Investments. From 1998 to 2001, he directed the Bureau of Economics at the Federal Trade Commission.
Bulow is a fellow of the Econometric Society, a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research, and the former coeditor of the American Economic Review. He has written a number of op-eds for publications including the Wall Street Journal and the Financial Times. In 2012, he received the PhD Distinguished Faculty Service Award from Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Bulow received his BA and MA in economics from Yale University. He has a PhD in economics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.