The Theodore J. Kreps Professor of Economics
Andrzej (Andy) Skrzypacz is The Theodore J. Kreps Professor of Economics at Stanford Graduate School of Business and a professor, by courtesy at Stanford’s department of economics.
His research is in the field of microeconomic theory, specializing in market design, economic dynamics, and collusion. His current research projects include analysis of auctions, timing of market transactions, and dynamic incentives.
Skrzypacz is currently a co-editor of the American Economic Review and an associate editor at the Rand Journal of Economics. He has received a Stanford GSB PhD Distinguished Service Award in 2005 and has advised over a dozen of PhD dissertations.
Skrzypacz earned undergraduate and MA degrees in economics from Warsaw School of Economics and his PhD in economics from University of Rochester. In 2012 he has been elected a fellow of the Econometric Society.
- PhD, University of Rochester, 2000
- MA, University of Rochester, 2000
- MA, Warsaw School of Economics, 1997
- BS, Warsaw School of Economics, 1995
- At Stanford University since 2000
- Yahoo! Research, Academic Visitor, 2011–12
- Associate Editor, American Economic Review: Insights, 2017–present
- Associate Editor, RAND Journal of Economics, 2008–present
- Co-Editor, American Economic Review, 2011–14
- Associate Editor, American Economic Review, 2006–11
- Associate Editor, Theoretical Economics, 2009–11
Awards and Honors
- Fellow, Econometric Society, 2012
- PhD Faculty Distinguished Service Award, Stanford University, 2005
- Economic Theory Fellow, Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory (SAET), 2017
- R. Michael Shanahan Faculty Fellow, Stanford GSB, 2016-17
- Lacob Family Faculty Fellow, Stanford GSB, 2012–2013 and 2007–08
- Business School Trust Faculty Fellow, Stanford GSB, 2014–15