Professor Frederick’s research focuses on preference elicitation, framing effects, intertemporal choice, and decision-making under uncertainty. Before coming to Yale SOM, he was associate professor of management science at Sloan School of Management at MIT. Prior to MIT, he was a research associate and lecturer at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public & International Affairs at Princeton University. Frederick holds a PhD in decision sciences from Carnegie Mellon University, an MA in resource management from Simon Fraser University, and a BS in zoology from the University of Wisconsin.
- PhD, Carnegie Mellon University, 1999
- MS, Simon Fraser University, 1993
- BS, University of Wisconsin, 1990
- The Executive Toolkit MGT 583
- Behavioral Economics: The Psychology and Behavior of Individuals, Organizations, and Markets MGT 854
- Behavioral Economics 2: Tests and Applications MGT 855
- How to Design and Runs Business Experiments MGT 855