Dean at Brandeis International Business School and Fred and Rita Richman Distinguished Professor of Economics at Brandeis University
Kathryn Graddy is the Dean at Brandeis International Business School and Fred and Rita Richman Distinguished Professor of Economics at Brandeis University. Kathryn’s research focuses on the economics of art and culture and more generally, industrial organization. She has published extensively in the field of the economics of the arts, with papers in top international journals including the American Economic Review, the Journal of Economic Literature, the Rand Journal of Economics, the Journal of Economic History, and Management Science, among others. She has written policy papers on Artist Resale Rights for the UK Patent Office and the World Intellectual Property Organization, and she is a former Editor of the Journal of Cultural Economics. She has also written a series of papers on the Fulton fish market, with publications in the Review of Economic Studies, the Journal of Economic Policy, and the Rand, among others. She is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Economic Policy Research.
Kathryn came to Brandeis in 2007 from Oxford University, where she was a Fellow of Exeter College and Professor of Applied Economics. Prior to Oxford, she was Assistant Professor of Economics at the London Business School and a Junior Research Fellow at Jesus College, Oxford. She received her PhD in Economics from Princeton University, her MBA from Columbia University, and her BS and BA in Mathematics and Russian from Tulane University.