Edited by Cary L. Cooper
NALEBUFF, Barry b. 11 July 1958, Boston, MA, USA. Employment history Asst Prof. Econ., Princeton Univ., 1985–89; Vis. Merrill Fellow, St Catherine’s Coll., Oxford Univ., 1986; Vis. Asst Prof. Political Science, Yale Univ., 1987; Wesley Claire Mitchell Vis. Prof., Columbia Univ., 1988; Prof. Econ. and Mgmt, Sch. Mgmt, Milton Steinbach Prof. Mgmt, Yale Univ., New Haven, CT, USA, 1989–1995, 1995–. Degrees received SB, MIT; MPhil, DPhil, Nufﬁeld Coll., Oxford Univ. Editorial duties Assoc. Ed., World Politics, 1987–89, J. Econ. Perspectives, 1989–96, J. Law, Econ. & Org., 1989–, J. Conﬂict Resolution, 1989–. Prizes and honours Phi Beta Kappa, MIT, 1980; Rhodes Scholar, Massachusetts and Nufﬁeld Coll., 1980–82; Jr Fellow, Soc. Fellows, Harvard Univ., 1982–85; Bicentennial Preceptorship, Princeton Univ., 1988–89; Sloan Fellowship, 1989–91; Miegunyah Fellowship, Univ. Melbourne, 1998. Consultancy work AAA; Allied Signal; Amer. Express; Bell Atlantic; Leo Burnett; Bell South; Cadence; Charterhouse; Chemical Bank; Chesapeake; Citibank; Corning; Eli Lilly; Flexmag; General Re; General Signal; HebdoMag; ICO; Latham & Watkins; Law & Econ. Consulting Group (Principal); LTCM; Mastercard; McKinsey & Co.; Merck; Monitor; NationsBank; Nortel; Nynex; Procter & Gamble; Sallie Mae; Oracle; Shepardson; Stern & Kominsky; SAP; Sequa; Shell; Sprint; Surgidev; TriState Radio; United Aluminum; US Borax; Warner-Lambert; World Bank. Principal ﬁelds of interest BPS; Ind. org.; Imperfect competition. Chief publications Books: 1. Thinking Strategically: A Competitive Edge in Business, Politics, and Everyday Life (with A. Dixit) (W.W. Norton, 1991, trans. Chinese, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish); 2. Co-opetition (with A. Brandenburger) (Currency/Doubleday, 1996, trans. Bahasa,...
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