Stephen Leider

Stephen Leider

  • Associate Professor of Technology and Operations
Education
  • PhD Harvard University 2009
  • MA Harvard University 2006
  • BA Case Western Reserve University 2003

Contact Information

Phone
(734) 615-4183
Fax
(734) 764-2555
Email
Room
R4486
Research

Stephen Leider is an Associate Professor of Technology and Operations. In his research he uses experimental, theoretical and empirical methods to answer questions in behavioral economics and behavioral operations management. He is particularly interested in contracts, trust and bargaining in supply chain settings. He has also studied behavior in social networks, the role of promises and social norms, innovation and entrepreneurship, as well as individual decision-making about risk and uncertainty. Prior to joining Michigan, Leider received a BA in Economics from Case Western Reserve University and an MA and PhD in Business Economics from Harvard University.

Bargaining in Supply Chains

Authors
Stephen Leider (with Bill Lovejoy)
Published Date
10/2016

Source

Management Science
Volume: 
62
Issue: 
10
Pages: 
3039–3058

Procedural Fairness and the Cost of Control

Authors
Stephen Leider (with Judd Kessler)
Published Date
06/2016

Source

Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization
Volume: 
32
Issue: 
4
Pages: 
685-718

Reciprocity in Organizations: Evidence from the WERS?

Authors
Stephen Leider (with Florian Englmaier and Thomas Kolaska)
Published Date
5/2016

Source

CESifo Economic Studies
Volume: 
62
Issue: 
3
Pages: 
522-546

Measuring Vote-Selling: Field Evidence from the Philippines

Authors
Allen Hicken, Stephen Leider, Nico Ravanilla and Dean Yang
Published Date
5/2015

Source

American Economics Review: Papers and Proceedings
Volume: 
105
Issue: 
5
Pages: 
352-356

Contractual and Organizational Structure with Reciprocal Agents

Authors
Stephen Leider
Published Date
5/2012

Source

AEJ - Microeconomics
Volume: 
4
Issue: 
2
Pages: 
146-183

Incentive Schemes, Sorting and Behavioral Biases of Employees: Experimental Evidence

Authors
Stephen Leider
Published Date
5/2012

Source

AEJ - Microeconomics
Volume: 
4
Issue: 
2
Pages: 
184-214

Norms and Contracting

Authors
Stephen Leider
Published Date
5/2011

Source

Management Science
Volume: 
58
Issue: 
1
Pages: 
62-77

Kidneys for Sale: Who Disapproves and Why?

Authors
Stephen Leider
Published Date
5/2010

Source

American Journal of Transplantation
Volume: 
10
Issue: 
5
Pages: 
1221-1227

The Role of Experience in the Gambler's Fallacy

Authors
Stephen Leider
Published Date
1/2010

Source

Journal of Behavioral Decision Making
Volume: 
23
Issue: 
1
Pages: 
117-129

What Do We Expect From Our Friends?

Authors
Stephen Leider
Published Date
3/2010

Source

Journal of European Economic Association
Volume: 
8
Issue: 
1
Pages: 
120

Directed Altruism and Enforced Reciprocity in Social Networks

Authors
Stephen Leider
Published Date
11/2009

Source

Quarterly Journal of Economics
Volume: 
124
Issue: 
4
Pages: 
1815-1851

The Effect of Timing and Safe Experience on a Warnings? Impact: Sex, Drugs, and Rock-n-Roll

Authors
Greg Barron, Stephen Leider and Jennifer Stack
Published Date
07/2008

Source

Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes
Volume: 
106
Issue: 
2
Pages: 
125-142
Ross Thought In Action
Research by PhD student Evgeny Kagan, with Professors Bill Lovejoy and Stephen Leider, reveals a better way for founders to divvy up equity.

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