Associate Professor of Economics
Fox specializes in empirical industrial organization. Other fields of research include econometrics and labor economics. Before joining Rice as a professor, Fox worked at the University of Chicago and the University of Michigan.
Fox has worked on industries such as mobile phones, automobile manufacturing, and venture capital. He has also worked on firm productivity and labor market issues. Fox is known for his work on estimating models of two-sided matching games and of demand.
Ph.D., M.A., Economics, Stanford University, 2003
|Industrial organization, econometrics, labor economics
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