List of University of Chicago Booth School of Business faculty
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The following is a list of scholars and professors at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
Economics and finance
- Robert Z. Aliber, developer of the Program of International Studies in Business and the Center for Studies in International Finance
- Gary Becker, Nobel Prize–winning economist, considered to have coined "human capital" and "rotten kid theorem," known for price theory 
- Ronald Coase, Nobel Prize–winning economist, known for work in contract theory
- Eugene Fama, “Man Who Launched Modern Finance” - Nobel Prize–winning financial economist and originator of the efficient-market hypothesis and co-originator of Fama & French Three Factors Model (also alumnus, M.B.A. and Ph.D.)
- Robert Fogel, Nobel Prize–winning economist, known for work in population economics
- Matthew Gentzkow – Richard O. Ryan Professor of Economics and Neubauer Family Faculty Fellow; received 2014 John Bates Clark Medal
- Milton Friedman, Nobel Prize–winning economist, proponent of unfettered free market economics
- Austan Goolsbee, economics advisor to US President Barack Obama, Fulbright Scholar researching Internet taxation in the US and European Union, and New York Times economics columnist.
- Randall Kroszner, professor of economics, former member of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors (2006–2009)
- Steven Levitt, economist, author of Freakonomics, John Bates Clark Medal recipient and director of the Becker Center on Chicago Price Theory 
- John A. List, economist, pioneer in the field of experimental economics
- Merton Miller, Nobel Prize–winning economist (also alumnus, M.B.A. and Ph.D.)
- Toby Moskowitz, Fischer Black Prize winning financial economist.
- Kevin M. Murphy, economist, John Bates Clark Medal recipient and MacArthur Fellow
- Raghuram Rajan, appointed Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, honorary adviser to Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, former chief economist of the International Monetary Fund, winner of the Fischer Black Prize and co-author (with Luigi Zingales) of "Saving Capitalism From The Capitalists"
- Myron Scholes, Nobel Prize–winning economist, co-originator of the Black–Scholes options pricing model (also alumnus, M.B.A. and Ph.D.)
- George Shultz, economist and former dean, also former U.S. Secretary of Labor, U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, and U.S. Secretary of State
- Richard Thaler, behavioral economist, considered "father of behavioral finance", cited as significant influence on bridging psychology and economics in decision models by Daniel Kahneman (2002 Nobel laureate in Economics)
- George S. Tolley, agriculture and resource economist (also alumnus; MA, PhD 1955)
- W. Allen Wallis, former dean
- James O. McKinsey, founder of McKinsey & Company in 1926, pioneered budgeting as a management tool
- Ronald S. Burt, professor of sociology and strategy, known for his study of brokerage in social networks and the social structure of competitive advantage; author of Brokerage and Closure: An Introduction to Social Capital
- James E. Schrager, Clinical Professor of Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management, teaches New Venture Strategy. Expert on New Venure Strategy and how it differs from Corporate Strategy.
- Linda E. Ginzel, Clinical Professor of Managerial Behavior, teaches New Venture Strategy. Child product safety advocate and founder of Kids In Danger.
- Luigi Zingales, professor of entrepreneurial finance and private equity, and co-author (with Raghuram Rajan) of "Saving Capitalism From The Capitalists"
- Scott Meadow, clinical professor of entrepreneurship and faculty director of global initiatives
- Steven Kaplan, the Neubauer Family professor of entrepreneurship and finance