Dr. Samuel R. Allen Dean of the Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr. School of Business
Distinguished Professor of Economics
Ph.D., Economics, University of Michigan
M.A., Economics, University of Michigan
B.A. Economics and Political Science, University of Colorado
- Hummels, D. L., Munch, J., & Xiang, C. (2022). No Pain, No Gain: Work Demand, Work Effort, and Worker Health. Review of Economics and Statistics (Conditionally Accepted),
Ethics in the Classroom
At some business schools, research and teaching can be mutually exclusive, with certain faculty focusing on the former while others focus on the latter. At Purdue's business school, however, research and teaching are often intertwined.
Purdue University’s sesquicentennial celebration marks a time for the university to renew its commitment to growth, discovery and innovation. What giant leaps will the next 150 years bring as Purdue continues its drive to meet the world's future challenges? David Hummels, dean of the Krannert School of Management, shares his thoughts on the future of the school over the next 150 years.
Purdue’s Krannert School of Management presented a public panel discussion sponsored by the Hugh and Judy Pence family that focused on interdisciplinary perspectives on early childhood development and a fireside chat with Nobel Laureate James Heckman as part of an Economic Ideas Forum in April that served as the inaugural event of the University’s growing economic research center.
The DCMME Center
Dean Hummels with Steve Dunlop discuss the DCMME Center
It may seem obvious to those who suffer the most, but a working paper issued by the National Bureau of Economic Research by Krannert economics professors Chong Xiang and David Hummels provides confirmation: Employees under prolonged workplace pressures face serious consequences to their health.
Krannert economists link higher work demand to potentially serious health risks
Employees under prolonged workplace pressures face serious consequences to their health, according to a working paper issued by the National Bureau for Economic Research coauthored by Krannert professors David Hummels and Chong Xiang.
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Offshoring, labor markets of the future, product differentiation, barriers to trade and the broader impacts of aviation, infrastructure, and trade facilitation on trade and economic development.