Laurence J. Kranich

Laurence J. Kranich

Associate Professor


Hudson, Room 131

PhD University of Rochester

Laurence Kranich

Fields of Interest: Microeconomics, Welfare Economics, Public Economics, Behavioral Economics

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Laurence Kranich is a microeconomic theorist who works primarily in welfare economics, public economics and behavioral economics. His main research focus is on issues of fairness and distributive justice. Some of the topics he has studied include equitable opportunities, discrimination and affirmative action, equity in exchange and production economies, altruism, redistribution, and endogenous social sentiments. His work has appeared in numerous journals including The American Economic Review, Journal of Economic Theory, Journal of Mathematical Economics, Journal of Public Economics, Games and Economic Behavior, and Social Choice and Welfare.