| United Kingdom|
| Nicholas Bloom|
| 5 May 1973 (age 42) (1973-05-05) |
University College London (PhD)
St Peter's College, Oxford (M.Phil)
Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge (BA)
Frisch Medal (2010), German Bernacer Prize (2012), Kaufmann Medal (2014), EIB Prize (2014)
University College London (1996–2001)
Macroeconomics, Industrial organization
John Van Reenen, Philippe Aghion, Jonathan Levin, Douglas Bernheim, Jakub Kastl
Nicholas Bloom is the Eberle Professor in the Department of Economics at Stanford University, a Courtesy Professor at Stanford Business School and Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, and a co-Director of the Productivity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program at the National Bureau of Economic Research. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the Econometric Society, and the recipient of the Frisch Medal in 2010 and the Bernacer Prize in 2012.
His research focuses on the measurement and impact of uncertainty on investment, employment and growth. He also works on the measurement of management practices and productivity with Raffaella Sadun and John Van Reenen, and on innovation.
He completed a PhD at University College London in 2001 under the supervision of John Van Reenen and Richard Blundell. From 1996 to 2001 he worked at the Institute for Fiscal Studies and on business tax policy at HM Treasury. From 2001–2002 he worked at McKinsey & Company, and in 2002 he moved to the Centre for Economic Performance at the London School of Economics, and to Stanford University in 2005. He was a speaker at Tedx Stanford in 2017.
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