Jonathan Levin (economist)

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Jonathan Levin
Born (1972-11-17) November 17, 1972 (age 46)
InstitutionStanford University
Alma materStanford University
Nuffield College, Oxford
Bengt Holmstrom[1]
InfluencesPaul Milgrom
AwardsJohn Bates Clark Medal (2011)
Information at IDEAS / RePEc

Jonathan Levin (born November 17, 1972) is an American economist at Stanford University who succeeded Garth Saloner as the dean at Stanford Graduate School of Business on September 1, 2016.[2] He also has an appointment as the Holbrook Working Professor of Price Theory in the Department of Economics at Stanford. He had been Chair of the Economics Department. He was awarded the 2011 John Bates Clark Medal.[3]

He is the son of former Yale University President Richard Levin.[4]

Academic career[edit]

Levin received his BA and BS degrees from Stanford University in 1994, an MPhil in Economics from Nuffield College, Oxford in 1996, and his PhD in Economics from MIT in 1999.[5] He was a post-doctoral scholar at the Cowles Foundation at Yale University, and began teaching at Stanford in 2000. His research is in the field of Industrial Organization.


  1. ^ Relational contracts, incentives and information
  2. ^ Chaykowski, Kathleen. "Stanford Business School Names Economist Jonathan Levin As Its New Dean". Forbes. Retrieved 2016-05-24.
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  4. ^ Gellman, Lindsay (2016-05-23). "Stanford Business School Names Economist Jonathan Levin as New Dean". Wall Street Journal. ISSN 0099-9660. Retrieved 2016-05-24.
  5. ^ "Jonathan Levin CV" (PDF). Stanford University. Stanford University.

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