People: Research Faculty
Faculty Associate, Center for Political Studies
Director, Center for the Study of Complex Systems
John Seely Brown Distinguished University Professor of Complexity, Social Science, and Management
Ph.D. 1993 Northwestern University (Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences)
Scott Page’s Curriculum Vitae (CV)
Scott Page’s Personal Website
Scott Page’s Google Scholar Profile
Professor Page has research interests in the areas of diversity, complexity, and culture.
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Please also see Scott Page’s Curriculum Vitae (CV) or Scott Page’s Google Scholar Profile.
The Diversity Bonus. Princeton University Press and Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, 2017
Model Thinking: What You Need to Know to Make Data Work for You. Basic Books, 2018
“When Order Affects Performance: Culture, Behavioral Spillovers, and Institu- tional Path Dependence.” American Political Science Review. 112(1):82–98, 2018. (with Jenna Bednar).
“Directional behavioral spillover and cognitive load effects in multiple repeated games.” Experimental Economics. 21: 1–30, 2018. (with Tracy Liu, Jenna Bednar, and Yan Chen)
“Optimal Team Composition for Tool Based Problem Solving” forthcoming Jour- nal of Economics and Management Strategy (with Jon Bendor).
Scott Page Named John Seely Brown Distinguished University Professor of Complexity, Social Science, and Management
Scott Page Wins 2013 Guggenheim Fellowship Award
Scott Page elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Page’s Book, The Difference, is Published
Scott Page receives the Harold R. Johnson Diversity Service Award