Directors

The Center for Decision Sciences was founded in 1999 by Eric Johnson, David Krantz, and Elke Weber to unify the decision sciences across the Columbia University campus, and initially was a unit of the Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy (ISERP). 

In 2008, the CDS moved to the Columbia Business School, where it is now directed by Eric Johnson. 

Activities are overseen by a Strategy Committee consisting of the following members of the Columbia Business School faculty:

 

Daniel Ames

Daniel Ames

Ting Tsung and Wei Fong Chao Professor of Business, Management Division

Gita Johar

Gita Johar

Meyer Feldberg Professor of Business , Marketing Division

Decisionmaking & Negotiations Faculty

Eric Johnson

Eric Johnson

Norman Eig Professor of Business, Marketing Division

Director, Center for the Decision Sciences

Fellow, Association for Psychological Science

Michael Morris

Michael Morris

Chavkin-Chang Professor of Leadership, Management Division

Paul Tetlock

Paul Tetlock

A. Barton Hepburn Professor of Economics in the Faculty of Business, Finance Division