Cornell University

Stephen Shu is a Professor of Practice of Behavioral Economics at Cornell University, Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management.

He focuses on behavioral economics, judgment and decision making, consulting, research methods, and experiential learning, and he teaches the following classes:
• Applied Behavioral Economics in Finance and Marketing (AEM 6150)
• Behavioral Economics in Decision Making (NBAY 6630 at Cornell Tech as part of the SC Johnson Graduate School of Management)
• Grand Challenges Project that address UN Sustainable Development Goals (AEM 4000)
• Research Methods (AEM 6991) for behavioral finance and behavioral marketing concentrations
• CEMS Masters in International Management Project (AEM 6993), a consulting projects course