Yale School of Management has appointed nine new academics working in the disciplines of marketing, economics, organizational behavior, finance and operations management.
The school has named Tong Wang as an assistant professor of business analytics, David Argente as an assistant professor of economics and Jaime Arellano-Bover as a lecturer of economics. Arellano-Bover will also teach within Yale’s department of economics.
Menaka Hampole and Theis Ingerslev Jensen have both been appointed assistant professors of finance. Further, Zhen Lian and Faidra Monachou have joined the school as assistant professors of operations management.
In addition to the new hires, the school has made a slew of new promotions. Julia DiBenigno and Balázs Kovács are now professors of organizational behavior, while Vahideh Manshadi has been named a professor of operations and Seth Zimmerman a professor of economics. Zeqiong Huang has also been promoted to associate professor of accounting.
The new appointments and promotions were effective as of July 1.
This month also, the European Commission appointed Yale School of Management Professor Fiona Scott Morton as chief competition economist at the intergovernmental organization’s directorate-general for competition.