Today’s Kelley students are tomorrow’s leaders. For more than 90 years — first in Bloomington and later in Indianapolis, online, and for top companies — the Kelley School of Business has prepared students to lead organizations, start companies, develop new products and services, and shape business knowledge and policy.
Professor of Business Economics & Public Policy
Eric B. Rasmusen has published in industrial organization, applied game theory, and law and economics.
Law and Economics Social Regulation Crime Asymmetric Information
Associate Professor of Business Economics
Michael Rauh's research interests are contract theory, the theory of the firm, economics and culture, and economic sociology.
Microeconomics Industrial Organization Game Theory
Professor of Business Finance
Professor Wang has published research on equity, fixed income, derivative securities, asset management, and financial econometrics.
Financial Markets Financial Intermediation Derivatives Securities & Corporate Finance Risk Management Portfolio Management Econometrics Asset Pricing
Clinical Associate Professor of Management
Management and leadership expert, with a penchant for governance in a corporate setting
Retention Professional Development and Career Planning Corporate Governance Business Strategy and Culture Positive and Insightful Leadership Academic Integrity Pathways to Graduation
Associate Professor of Accounting
Brian Miller's research interests are in the areas of corporate disclosure, fraud, credit risk assessment, and executive reputation.
Financial Disclosure Managerial Reputation Corporate Governance
Chair of the Undergraduate Program in Operations and Decision Technologies
Professor Venkataraman's research focuses on data modeling, heterogeneous databases and virtual teams
Data Modeling Heterogenerous Databases Virtual Teams and Groupware Usability in Mobile Systems Software Engineering Database Design
Associate Professor of Finance
Professor Pool's research is focused on behavioural economics and finance, as well mutual, funds hedge funds and retirement plans
Finance Financial Economics Behavioral Economics Behavioral Finance Investment Management
Professor of Accounting
Jamie Pratt is an award-winning and internationally acclaimed professor and financial writer.
Financial Accounting Financial Statement Analysis Industrial Management
Professor of Business Law
Jamie Prenkert's research focuses on employment discrimination and whistleblowing, as well as business and human rights.
Employment Discrimination Law Workplace Bullying and Emotional Abuse Retaliation Issues
Associate Professor of Information Systems
Information technologies expert, specializing in cognitive aspects of data management
Data Lifecycle Management Data Visualization Predictive Analytics Semiotics and Database Design Cognitive Aspects of Data Management Data Governance
Industry Experience (5)
- Training and Development
- Business Services
- Financial Services