MICHAEL J. MOORE
The Fuqua School of Business
Durham, NC 27708-0120
Ph.D., Economics, University of Michigan, 1984
M.A., Economics, University of Michigan, 1982
M.B.A., Babson College, 1978
B.S., Boston College, 1975
Fuqua School of Business, Duke University: Associate Professor (with tenure),
1992-present; Associate Professor (without tenure), 1990-1992; Assistant Professor, 1986-1989; Visiting Assistant Professor, 1984-1985.
- Visiting Professor, INSEAD, 1995-96.
- Terry Sanford Institute of Public Policy Studies, Duke University, Associate Professor
- Senior Fellow, Center for the Study of Aging and Human Development, Duke University
Center, 1994 - present.
- Research Associate, National Bureau of Economic Research, Health Care Section, 1995 -
- Curriculum Director, LEAD Program in Business, 1993-1996.
- University of Michigan: Instructor of Economics, Graduate School of Business
Editorial Advisory Board, Journal of Risk and Uncertainty
- Research Associate, Center for the Study of Business Regulation, and Economic Policy.
- American Economic Association, Econometric Society, Industrial Relations Research Association.
- Economics Area Coordinator, Fuqua School of Business, Duke University, August
- Duke University: Compensation Committee, August 1994-present, Alcohol Policy Task
Force, 1995, Sports Agents Committee, 1991-present. Fuqua School of Business:
Curriculum Committee, Admissions Director Search Committee, Health Care
- Ad Hoc Reviewer, Journal of Political Economy, American Economic Review, RAND
Economics, Review of Economic Studies, Review of Economics and Statistics, Journal of
Risk and Uncertainty, Journal of Health Economics, Journal of Human Resources,
Journal of Public Economics, Economic Journal, Journal of Labor Economics, Industrial
and Labor Relations Review, Economic Inquiry, Journal of Policy Analysis and
Management, Journal of Marketing Research, Journal of Econometrics, National Science
Foundation, National Institutes of Health, Princeton University Press.
- Dissertation Committees: Lindsey Boiney (Fuqua School of Business), Jens Ludwig
(Duke Economics), David Anderson (Duke Economics), Rosalie Pacula (Duke
Economics), Natalie Webb (Duke Economics), Geoff Gee (Duke Economics), Ruskin
Morgan (Fuqua School of Business), Robert Scharff (Duke Economics), Wei Zhu (Duke
FELLOWSHIPS, GRANTS, AND GOVERNMENT RESEARCH CONTRACTS
- University Research Council, Duke University, 1986, 1987.
- National Science Foundation: Program in Decision, Risk, and Management Science,
investigator, Product Liability Project 1989-91.
- National Science Foundation: Program in Decision, Risk, and Management Science,
investigator, Consumer Product Safety Project, 1990-1991.
- National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism: Youthful Drinking Project,
- National Institute for Child Health and Development: Shannon Award, 1994-95.
- National Institute for Child Health and Development: Abortion Project, 1996-98.
AWARDS AND PRIZES
Best article published in Economic Inquiry, 1988, for "The Quantity Adjusted Value of
- Kulp-Wright Prize for Outstanding Book in Risk and Insurance, 1990, American Society
and Insurance, Compensation Mechanisms for Job Risks.
- Kenneth Arrow Award for best paper in health economics, 1993, Medical Care Section,
Public Health Association, for "Drinking and Schooling."
Managerial Economics (Intermediate Microeconomics): Fuqua School of Business MBA,
WEMBA, EMBA, and GEMBA programs, various years, U. of Michigan Business
School, 1981-84, U. of Michigan Economics, 1982; Economic Environment of the Firm
(Intermediate Macroeconomics): Fuqua MBA, WEMBA, EMBA programs, various
years, INSEAD MBA program, 1996, U. of Michigan Business School, 1981-84; Applied
Econometrics: Fuqua PhD, MBA programs, various years; Health Policy, Fuqua
WEMBA program, 1996; Industrial Relations, Fuqua MBA program, 1990; Regulation,
Fuqua MBA, EMBA, various years; Investment Analysis, Duke Undergraduate Program,
Program for Manger Development, Russia and Newly Independent States; Eli Lilly
Global Management Program; Strategic Human Resources Program; Advanced
Compensation Mechanisms for Job Risks: Wages, Workers' Compensation, and
Liability, with W. Kip Viscusi, (Princeton University Press, 1990). Awarded
Prize for Outstanding Book in Risk and Insurance, 1990.
- "Workers' Compensation: Wage Effects, Benefit Inadequacies, and the Value of
Health Losses," with W. Kip Viscusi, The Review of Economics and Statistics, Vol. 69,
No. 2 (1987), pp. 249-261.
- "The Quantity Adjusted Value of Life," with W. Kip Viscusi, Economic Inquiry,
Vol. 26, No. 3 (1988), pp. 369-388. Awarded best paper prize for 1988 volume of
- "Doubling the Estimated Value of Life: Results Using New Occupational Fatality
Data," with W. Kip Viscusi, Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, Vol. 7, No. 3
(1988), pp. 476-490.
- "Adaptive Learning, Adaptive Utility, and Rational Behavior in a Repeated
Prisoner's Dilemma," with Marian C. Moore (1989), The Journal of Risk and
Uncertainty, Vol 2, No. 4, pp. 267-283.
- "Rates of Time Preference and Valuations of the Duration of Life," with W. Kip
Viscusi, Journal of Public Economics, no. 38 (1989), pp. 297-317.
- "Promoting Safety Through Workers' Compensation: The Efficacy and Net Wage
Costs of Injury Insurance," with W. Kip Viscusi, The RAND Journal of Economics,
Vol. 20, No. 4 (1989), pp. 499-515.
- "Discounting Environmental Health Risks: New Evidence and Policy
Implications," with W. Kip Viscusi, Journal of Environmental Economics and
Management, No. 18 (1989), pp. S51-S62.
- "Models for Estimating Discount Rates for Long-term Health Risks Using Labor
Market Data," with W. Kip Viscusi, Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, Vol. 3 (1990),
- "Pioneering and Market Share: Is Entry Time Endogenous and Does It Matter?"
with William Boulding and Ronald Goodstein. Journal of Marketing Research, Vol.
28 (1991), pp. 97-104.
- "Worker Learning and Compensating Differentials," with W. Kip Viscusi.
Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Vol. 45, no. 1 (1991), pp. 80-96.
- "Product Liability, Research and Development, and Innovation," with W. Kip
Viscusi, Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 101, no. 1 (1993), pp. 161-184.
- "Drinking and Schooling," with Philip Cook, Journal of Health Economics, Vol.
12 (1994), pp.411-429. Awarded Kenneth Arrow Award, best paper in health
- "This Tax's for You: The Case for a Higher Beer Tax," with Philip Cook,
National Tax Journal, 47 (3), (1994), pp. 559-573.
- "A Statistical Profile of Product Liability in the Pharmaceutical Industry," with
W. Kip Viscusi and James Albright, Seton Hall Law Review, 24,(3),(1994), pp.
- "Habit Formation, Interdependent Preferences, and Individual Consumption:
Evidence from Panel Data," with Narayan Naik. Review of Economics and
Statistics,vol. 88 (1996), pp. 321-328.
- "Unions, Employment Risks, and Market Provision of Employment Risk
Differentials," Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 10 (1), 1995, pp. 57-70.
- "The Learning Curve for Laparoscopic Cholycystectomy," with W. Meyers and
C. Bennett, American Journal of Surgery.
- "Consumer Product Safety Regulation in the U.S. and U.K.: The Case of
Bicycles," with Wes Magat. RAND Journal of Economics, Spring, 1996, pp. 148-164.
- "The Impact of Velnacrine Maleate on Time Use among Caregivers of Patients
with Alzheimer's Disease," with Elizabeth Clipp. Clinical Pharmacology, .
- "Death and Tobacco Taxes." RAND Journal of Economics, Summer, 1996, pp.
- "An Outcome Measure for Use in Clinical Trials Research on Alzheimer's
Disease. with Elizabeth Clipp and Linda George, forthcoming, American Journal of
- "Labelling and Performance Standards for Product Safety: The Case of CPSC's
Lawn Mower Standards," with Wes Magat, forthcoming in Managerial and Decision
- "The Injury Risk Consequences of the All-Terrain Vehicles Consent Decrees,"
with Wes Magat, forthcoming in International Review of Law and Economics.
BOOK CHAPTERS, CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS, AND BOOK REVIEWS
"Michigan State Expenditures and the Provision of Public Services," John Cross
with Cathy Jensen, Michael Moore and Janet Wolfe, in Brazer, Harvey E., (ed.),
Michigan's Fiscal and Economic Structure, University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor,
- "Social Insurance in Market Contexts: Implications of the Structure of Workers'
Compensation for Job Safety and Wages," with W. Kip Viscusi, in Contributions to
Insurance Economics, G. Dionne, ed. (Norwell, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers,
1989), pp. 399-424.
- "Have Increases in Workers' Compensation Benefits Paid for Themselves?" with
W. Kip Viscusi, in Benefits, Costs, and Cycles in Workers' Compensation Insurance, P.
Borba and D. Appel, eds., (Norwell, Ma: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1990), pp.
- "Cooperation, Hierarchy, and Structure," with Marian Chapman Moore, in
Research on Negotiation in Organizations, Vol. 2, Roy J. Lewicki, et al., ed., (JAI
press, 1990), pp. 207-217.
- "Rationalizing the Relationship between Product Liability and Innovation," with
W. Kip Viscusi, Tort Law and the Public Interest, P. Schuck, ed., (W. W. Norton
Publishers, 1991), pp.105-127.
- "An Industrial Profile of the Links between Product Liability and Innovation,"
with W. Kip Viscusi, in Litan, R. and P. Huber, The Liability Maze (Washington, D.
C.: Brookings Institution, 1991) pp. 81-119.
- "Accident Records as a Screening Device: An Appraisal," in The Human
Resources Professional, Vol. 3, no. 3 (1991), pp. 13-15.
- "Violence Reduction Through Restrictions on Alcohol Availability," with Phil
Cook in Alcohol, Health, and Research World, Vol. 17, no. 2 (1993), pp. 151-156.
- "Taxation of Alcoholic Beverages," with Phil Cook, in Hilton, Michael, and Greg
Bloss, Economics and the Prevention of Alcohol-Related Problems, U.S. Department of
Human Services, (1993), pp. 33-58.
- "Economic Perspectives on Alcohol Related Violence," with Phil Cook, in S.
Martin, ed.,Alcohol and Interpersonal Violence, Research Monograph No. 24,
National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, (1994), pp. 193-212.
- "Nonprice Competition, Cost Shocks, and Profits in the Airline Industry," with
Messod D. Beneish in B. Starr McMullen, ed., Research in Transportation Economics,
Vol. 3 (1994),
- Review of A Measure of Malpractice: Medical Injury, Malpractice Litigation,
and Patient Compensation, Weiler, Paul C., et al., Journal of Economic Literature,.
- Review of Simulating Workplace Safety, Kneisner, T. and J. Leeth, Kluwer
Academic Press, forthcoming in Journal of Economic Literature.
- "The Law and Economics of Workers' Compensation Insurance," forthcoming in
New Palgrave Dictionary of Law and Economics, P. Newman, ed.
- "Effect of Mentane (velnacrine maleate) on Alzheimer Caregiver Time Allocation:
A Multicenter, Double-blind Comparison with Placebo," with Elizabeth C. Clipp. On
file Hoechst-Roussel Pharmaceuticals Neuroscience Strategic Marketing, (1993).
- Consumer Product Safety Regulation: Lessons from International Data, with
Wesley Magat. Final Report to National Science Foundation, Decision, Risk, and
Program, Project No. 8922249, (1994).
- "Alzheimer's Disease and Caregiver Time," with Elizabeth C. Clipp. Letter to the
Editor, The Lancet, 1994.
- "Impact of Therapy on Caregiving Time and Costs in Alzheimer's Disease," with
Elizabeth C. Clipp. Progress in Alzheimer's Disease, 1994, in press.
- "Block the threats to Workers' Compensation," op-ed article, Wall Street Journal.
- "A "New" Data Source for Interindustry Studies in Industrial Organization:
(Disguised) PIMS Data," with W. Boulding. Previous title: "Economic and Econometric
Approaches to the Analysis of Disguised PIMS Data."
- Applied Econometrics: a STATA Companion, with Gregg Talbert and Jim
Albright, Working Paper.
- "Cheap Talk, Similar Preferences, and Strategic Information: Experimental
Evidence on the Importance of Verbal Messages in a Two-Person Game," with Marian
C. Moore and Ruskin
Morgan, Duke University Working Paper. Under review.
- "Discontinuous Wage Changes and Job Events," with W. Kip Viscusi and Richard
Zeckhauser. Under review.
- "Addiction and Schooling."
- "Drinking and Earnings," with Philip Cook, draft.
- "Drinking by Young Adults, Part I: Demographics," with Philip Cook and
- Center for the Study of Business, Regulation, and Economic Policy Working Paper, No.
"The Allocation of Time to Caregiving," with Elizabeth Clipp, Center for the
Study of Business, Regulation, and Economic Policy Working Paper, No. 94-4.
- "The Efficacy of Voluntary Safety Standards: The Case of Chain Saws," with
Wesley Magat, Center for the Study of Business, Regulation, and Economic Policy
Working Paper, No. 93-14. Under second review.
- "Habit and Heterogeneity in the Youthful Demand for Alcohol," with Philip
Cook. Center for the Study of Business, Regulation, and Economic Policy Working
Paper, No. 94-3. Under second review.
- "Changes in Abortion Funding and Pregnancy Outcomes," with Alan Parnell,
Phil Cook, and Deanna Pagnini, under review.
WORK IN PROGRESS
- Product Liability and Industrial Performance (with Kip Viscusi).
- Consumer Product Safety: An International Perspective (with Wes Magat).
- Child-Resistant Packaging Regulation in the U.S. and the U.K. (with Wes Magat).
- Causes and Consequences of Youthful Alcohol Abuse (with Phil Cook).
- Health Effects of Regulatory Interventions.
- Economics of Caregiver Behavior (with Jody Clipp).
- Economics of Abortion Restrictions (with Phil Cook and Alan Parnell).
- Econometric Models of Games with Strategic Communication (with Marian Moore and