Jeffrey K. Mackie-Mason
Dean, School of Information; Arthur W. Burks Professor of Information and Computer Science; Professor of Economics; Professor of Public Policy
(734) 764-7322
North Quad
4315 North Quad, 105 S. State St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1285
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Research and Teaching Interests:
_Human Rights
Competition & Regulation
_International policy
Information Technology
Quantitative Methods
_Science and Technology
Tax and Public Finance
Jeffrey K. MacKie-Mason is the U-M Dean of the School of Information and Arthur W. Burks Collegiate Professor of Information and Computer Science. He is also Professor of Economics and Professor of Public Policy. His research has examined such areas as digital information economics, information system design, information networks economics, and market structure and competition for the Internet, computing, and communications industries. He has served as a consultant to both private industry and public utilities. In 2010 he was received the University of Michigan Rackham Distinguished Faculty Achievement Award. A Ford School graduate, Jeff received his Ph.D. from MIT. He teaches courses on information economics, information networks policy, incentive-centered design and the role of information in human choice and learning. He created and for its first eight years directed STIET, a multi-department, multi-disciplinary doctoral research and training program in incentive-centered design for information systems and technologies, which has received over $9 million in funding from the National Science Foundation, the University of Michigan, and Wayne State University.

Academic Appointments:
School of Information

Department of Economics

Ford School of Public Policy