Economic theorist Marios Angeletos is set to join Northwestern University as a professor of economics.
He will join the institution on Jan. 1 next year from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he currently holds a professorship.
Angeletos’ recent research has examined economic environments in which agents have limited and dispersed information about aggregate economic conditions.
In Spring this year, Angeletos was a visiting professor at Northwestern University.
He obtained his Ph.D. from Harvard, and earlier in his career was a visiting scholar at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.