Harvard Business School

Michael Luca

Michael Luca

Assistant Professor of Business Administration


Research interests: Economist. Works closely with companies and cities to help them become more data-driven.

Luca's current work focuses on digital data and platforms, analyzing a variety of companies including Yelp, Amazon, and Airbnb. Luca also works on issues related to the design of information disclosure, focusing on the behavioral foundations of how people make decisions.

David A. Moss

David A. Moss

Paul Whiton Cherington Professor of Business Administration


Research interests: Economic policy and especially the government's role as a risk manager. Institutional and policy history, financial history, and political economy.

Moss's most recent work focuses on issues of government regulation, economic inequality, and democratic governance.

Michael I. Norton

Michael I. Norton

Harold M. Brierley Professor of Business Administration


Research interests: Psychologist. Effects of social norms on people’s attitudes and behavior, addressing the key role that social factors play in shaping the preferences of individuals. 

In the domain of behavioral economics, the psychology of investment: How investing time, labor, and money impacts how people come to value things, from products to people.