Nick Bloom is a Professor in the Economics Department and a Courtesy Professor in the Business School at Stanford. His main research interests are on measuring and explaining management and organizational practices across firms and countries. He also works on the causes and consequences of uncertainty, arising from events like the 9/11 terrorist attack and the Credit Crunch. He previously worked (in London) as an economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies, a policy advisor at HM Treasury and as an Associate at McKinsey & Company. Nick lives on Stanford campus with his wife and three children. As a born and bred Londoner, married to a Scottish wife, with kids attending US schools, he lives in a multi-lingual English household.
ECON 149: The Modern Firm in Theory and Practice (Winter)
ECON 247: Labor Economics II (Winter)
ECON 345: Labor Economics Seminar (Autumn, Winter, Spring)