Stephen Shu is a Professor of Practice of Behavioral Economics at Cornell University, Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management. He also serves as the Academic Director of the CEMS Master in International Management (MIM) Program at Cornell. He has more than three decades of industry experience and is perhaps most recognized for helping to incubate some the very first behavioral economics initiatives around the world in the commercial sector. His expertise is in the area of behavioral finance, and he has worked with numerous companies in the retirement, wealth, investment, banking, advisory, and FinTech spaces. Example organizations he has worked with or consulted to include Acorns, Allianz Global Investors, Allscripts, Digital Nudging Tech, Mercer, Voya Financial, and WisdomTree. Prior to his work in behavioral economics, he ran the global carrier business consulting practice for Nortel and worked as a management consultant at PRTM (acquired by PwC).
Stephen has a PhD in behavioral finance from City, University of London, an MBA from the University of Chicago, and both an MEng and BS in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University.
Stephen is co-author of Nudging Democratized: A Guide to Applying Behavioral Science and author of The Consulting Apprenticeship: 40 Jump-Start Ideas for You and Your Business.
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