P.h.D., University of California, Berkeley
Michèle Müller-Itten is an applied theorist whose research focuses on applied microeconomic theory and market design. She is particularly interested in formal models of market access, such as gatekeeping in academic publishing, or the design of affirmative action policies. She has collaborated across fields on contracting questions related to common-pool resources, notably shared international aquifers. At Notre Dame, she teaches Decision Theory at the undergraduate level.
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