Faculty & Staff

The community of Johnson researchers using the BSL includes the following faculty, as well as a number of doctoral students:

Manoj K. Thomas, Associate Professor of Marketing

Margaret Shackell-Dowell, Associate Director, Business Simulation Lab (shackell@cornell.edu)
Katrina Brewer, Lab Administrator (klb293@cornell.edu)

Robert Bloomfield, Nicholas H. Noyes Professor of Management, Professor of Accounting
Susan Fleming, Visiting Lecturer of Management and Organizations
Ya-Ru Chen, Professor of Management and Global Business
Andrew M. Davis, Acting Assistant Professor of Operations Management  
James Detert, Associate Professor of Management
Srinagesh Gavirneni, Associate Professor of Operations Management
Ori Heffetz, Assistant Professor of Economics
Robert Libby, Professor of Accounting
Beta Mannix, Ann Whitney Olin Professor of Management
Sean Martin, Leadership Programs Fellow
Stijn Maurits van Osselaer, Professor of Marketing 
Suresh Muthulingam, Assistant Professor of Operations Management 
Mark Nelson, Eleanora & George Landew Professor of Management; Professor of Accounting
Kathleen O'Connor, Associate Professor of Management and Organizations
Maureen O'Hara, Professor of Finance
Vithala Rao, Deane W. Malott Professor of Management, Professor of Marketing and Quantitative Methods
Jay Russo, S.C. Johnson Family Professor of Management; Professor of Marketing
Gideon Saar, Dr. Philip and Rosalyn Baron Professor of Management; Associate Professor of Finance

Doctoral students

Jeremy Bentley 
Arkangel Cordero
Scott Emett
Eric Gladstone
Eldar Maksymov
Joowon Park 
Shirley C. Wang 
Hyejung Yoon

Faculty members from other Schools or Universities who work with Johnson researchers:
Scott Asay (Iowa) 
Dan Benjamin (Economics, Cornell)
Tim Brown (Illinois) 

Ori Heffetz, Assistant Professor of Economics
I regularly use the BSL for conducting experiments because it is a professional lab with a very large pool of potential student-participants, and a great team runs it. In the past few years I’ve conducted experiments with more than a thousand students, studying various topics in economics and psychology.