Professor James Dana

Professor Dana teaches industrial organization, microeconomics, and game theory in the Economics Department at Northeastern University, and teaches business strategy and managerial economics in the MBA program in Northeastern University’s D’Amore-McKim School of Business.

PhD Program in Applied Economics

The Department of Economics at Northeastern offers a PhD program in Applied Economics which trains students for careers in the fields of industrial organization and labor economics. If you think you might be interested in the program please contact Professor Dana or the Department of Economics graduate program coordinator.

PhD Students

I have several PhD students on the market this year (Fall 2017).  See the economics department link above to view these students web pages:

Pinshuo Wang, Industrial Organization and Finance (chair)

Hanchun Zhang, Industrial Organization (chair)

KC Pukar, Industrial Organization (co-chair)

Nehan Naim, Industrial Organization (committee member)

Courses Taught at Northeastern

Management 6208: Strategic Decision Making (MBA)

Managerial Economics 6208: Economics for Managerial Decision Making

Economics 4681: Information Economics and Game Theory

Economics 7771: Framework of Industrial Organization (PhD)

Prior Teaching Experience - Kellogg School of Management

Management and Strategy 939: Airline Economics (MBA)

Managerial Economics 441: Competitive Strategy (MBA)

Management and Strategy 431: Management of Organizations (MBA)

Managerial Economics and Strategy 449: Competitive Strategy (PhD)

Teaching Cases

The following teaching cases were written by Professor Dana and are available for purchase from Harvard Business School Publishing.

“Blockbuster Video,” KEL039.

“The US Airline Industry in 1995,” KEL042.

“ValuJet,” KEL043.

“Launching The Shuttle by United,” KEL041.

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