Professor of Decisions, Operations, and Technology Management; Professor of Strategy; Howard Noble Chair in Management
Sushil Bikhchandani has taught at UCLA Anderson School of Management since 1985. He is interested in auctions, market institutions, herd behavior and decision making. He has published widely cited work on informational cascades, and his articles on topics such as auctions, bargaining and decision theory have appeared in numerous professional journals, including Econometrica, Review of Economic Studies, Journal of Economic Theory and Operations Research.
How Uber Could Avoid That Notorious $362.57 Fare
A mathematical model analyzes incentives underlying surge-pricing schemes