Daniel Martin

Associate Professor of Managerial Economics & Decision Sciences at Kellogg School of Management


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Kellogg School of Management

Daniel Martin is an Associate Professor (untenured) in the Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences (MEDS) department at Kellogg. He is a behavioral and experimental economist who studies how information is processed (attention and perception) and how information is communicated (information disclosure). His research has appeared in the top journals of the American Economic Association, Royal Economic Society, and European Economic Association. Before receiving a PhD in Economics from New York University, he was the co-founder of a small business, which is now one of the leading providers of IT services to small and medium-sized businesses in the Carolinas.

Professor Martin teaches Business Analytics II, a class on multivariate regression techniques, in the core curriculum of the MBA program. Since arriving at Kellogg, he has received two Chair's Core Teaching Awards and six Faculty Impact Awards from the Kellogg Student Association. He also teaches a PhD class on behavioral economics and co-organizes the Kellogg Behavioral Economics Seminar.


  • PhD, 2013, Economics, New York University
  • MBA, 2002, University of North Carolina
  • BA, 1998, Economics, Vanderbilt University

Academic Positions

  • Associate Professor, Managerial Economics & Decision Sciences, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, 2018-present
  • Assistant Professor, Managerial Economics & Decision Sciences, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, 2015-2018
  • Assistant Professor, Paris School of Economics, 2013-2015


  • Northwestern Kellogg MBA Chair's Core Teaching Award
  • Northwestern Kellogg MBA Chair's Core Teaching Award

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