Economics, Finance, & Legal Studies
B.A., Yale University
Ph.D., University of Connecticut, School of Business
Mark Schneider is an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Alabama. His research focuses on behavioral economics, experimental economics, and decision making. His research has appeared in Management Science, Journal of Mathematical Economics, Decision Support Systems, and other journals related to economics, psychology, and decision making. Prior to joining the faculty at the University of Alabama, he was a postdoctoral fellow at the Economic Science Institute at Chapman University.
"Optimizing Choice Architectures." (With Cary Deck, Mikhael Shor, Tibor Besedes and Sudipta Sarangi.) Decision Analysis. Forthcoming,
"Ambiguity Franmed." (With Jonathan Leland and Nathaniel Wilcox.) Journal of Risk and Uncertainty. Forthcoming.
"Target Adjusted Utility Functions and Expected Utility Paradoxes." (With Robert Day.) Management Science. January 2018.
“The Common Ratio Effect in Choice, Pricing, and Happiness Tasks.” (With Mikhael Shor.) Journal of Behavioral Decision Making. May 2017.
“Salience and Strategy Choice in 2x2 Games.” (With Jonathan Leland.) Games. October 2015.
“Risk Aversion and Loss Aversion in Core-Selecting Auctions.” (With Robert Day and Robert Garfinkel.) Decision Support Systems. August 2015.
"A Simple Mean Dispersion Model of Ambiguity Attitudes." (With Manuel Nunex.) Journal of Mathematical Economics. May 2015.