Professor of Economics at Stanford University
Nicholas (Nick) Bloom is the William Eberle Professor of Economics at Stanford University, a Senior Fellow of SIEPR, and the Co-Director of the Productivity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship programme at the National Bureau of Economic Research. His research focuses on management practices and uncertainty. He previously worked at the UK Treasury and McKinsey & Company.
He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and the recipient of the Alfred Sloan Fellowship, the Bernacer Prize, the European Investment Bank Prize, the Frisch Medal, the Kauffman Medal and a National Science Foundation Career Award. He has a BA from Cambridge, an MPhil from Oxford, and a PhD from University College London.
Recent work by Nicholas Bloom
Do management interventions last?
Management interventions are shown to have significant and positive short-term effects. But do these effects still persist 8 years later?
Do management interventions last? Evidence from India
The positive effects of improving management systems persist nine years after management consulting support was provided
Immigration fears and policy uncertainty
Indices for the US, UK, France, and Germany show that recent levels of concern and uncertainty in European countries about migration are unprecedented
Articles : Labour Markets & Migration
“The Office” goes to India: How bad management keeps India poor
Better management of Indian firms could lead to massive improvements in productivity and performance