Associate Professor of Economics
Mohammad Akbarpour is an associate professor of economics at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business and an associate professor of computer science (by courtesy) at Stanford University. Akbarpour’s research focuses on market design and social networks. Recently, he has worked on problems related to inequality in market design and network targeting with applications in development economics. He is also an instructor at Khan Academy Farsi, teaching hundreds of high-school level video lessons in game theory, physics, calculus, and macroeconomics. He received his Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from Sharif University of Technology and his Ph.D. in economics from Stanford University.
- 2019, Market design responses to inequality, $29,400
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