Kevin Williams’ research is in the areas of industrial organization and applied microeconomics. Some of his recent research investigates the consumer benefits of increasing product variety due to online retail, the strategies of brick-and-mortar retailers tailoring prices and products to local markets, and the impact of dynamic airline pricing on firm revenue and consumer welfare. Professor Williams obtained his PhD from the University of Minnesota.
- PhD, University of Minnesota, 2014
- MA, University of Minnesota, 2011
- BA, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 2009
- Competitive Strategy MGT 525