Kenneth L. Judd

 Areas of Expertise:

  • Economics of taxation
  • Imperfect competition
  • Mathematical economics

Judd's current research focuses on developing computational methods for economic modeling and applying them to tax policy, antitrust issues, macroeconomics, and policies related to climate change. He is currently the director of the Initiative for Computational Economics at the University of Chicago, and a member of the Natioanl Academies Board on Mathematical Sciences and Applications.

He was coeditor of the RAND Journal of Economics (1988–95) and the Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control (2002–2006), and associate editor of the Journal of Public Economics (1988–97). Judd is a fellow of the Econometric Society and served as a member of the Economics Panel of the National Science Foundation (1986–88).

Link: Ken Judd's web site