Kate Christensen is an assistant professor in the marketing department at the Kelley School of Business. She is a behavioral scientist who has been an AMA-Sheth Foundation Fellow and a Marketing Strategy Consortium Fellow, and has been awarded grants from the Morrison Foundation and the Price Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation. She researches behavioral decision-making, inequality and how people make connections across time.
Christensen’s research has been published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied and in PLOS ONE. She received her BA from Brown University and her MBA and Ph.D. from the UCLA Anderson School of Management, where her dissertation won the Xavier Drèze Prize.
Areas of Expertise
Behavioral economics, policing, inequality, medical decision-making, future self, financial decision-making.