Carnegie Mellon University

Robert Miller

December 01, 2017

Tepper Professor Elected as 2017 Fellow of Econometric Society

Robert A. Miller, Richard M. Cyert and Morris DeGroot Professor of Economics and Statistics at the Tepper School of Business, has been elected as a Fellow of the Econometric Society.

Established in 1930, the Econometric Society brings together international economic researchers in order to advance economic theory. The society publishes the research journals Econometrica, Quantitative Economics and Theoretical Economics, and meets throughout the year to present and discuss research on topics as diverse as family economics, voting, bank competition and social connections.

Three other Tepper School faculty members have previously been elected as Fellows: Dennis Epple, Thomas Lord University Professor of Economics, was most recently elected in 2004; Bennett McCallum, H.J. Heinz Professor of Economics, Emeritus, was elected in 1994; and Finn Kydland, The Richard P. Simmons Distinguished Professorship, University Professor of Economics, was elected in 1992.

Miller teaches courses in strategy and management at the Tepper School, where he has been a professor since 1982. He frequently presents at research seminars and conferences. His research has focused on compensation and labor, particularly managerial and executive compensation.