Refereed Publications

Herding and Contrarianism: A Matter of Preference?, Review of Economics and Statistics, conditionally accepted Online Appendix

Unbundling Polarization (with Nathan Canen and Francesco Trebbi), Econometrica, 2020, 88(3), 1197-1233 Online Appendix

Market Panics, Frenzies, and Informational Efficiency: Theory and Experiment, American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, 2020, 12(3) 76-115

The Time Cost of Information in Financial Markets, Journal of Economic Theory, 2018, 176, 118-157 Online Appendix

Are Biased Beliefs Fit to Survive? An Experimental Test of the Market Selection Hypothesis (with Ryan Oprea), Journal of Economic Theory, 2018, 176, 342-371

How Do Voters Respond to Information? Evidence from a Randomized Campaign (with Tommaso Nannicini and Francesco Trebbi), American Economic Review, 2015, 105(1), 322-353 Online appendix

Incumbency Advantages in the Canadian Parliament (with Marie Rekkas), Canadian Journal of Economics, 2012, 45(4), 1560-1585

Chad Kendall

Assistant Professor, Finance and Business Economics

Marshall School of Business

University of Southern California


Phone: (213) 740-7804

Office: Hoffman Hall, 805

Mailing address:

USC FBE Department701 Exposition Blvd, Ste. 231HOH-231, MC-1422Los Angeles, CA 90089-1422

Research Interests

Political Economy, Finance, Experimental economics


Econ 351: Microeconomics for business