DegreePhD, University of California, Los Angeles, 1984; MA, University of California, Los Angeles, 1982; BS, Northern Michigan University, 1979
AREAS OF EXPERTISEEconomics, finance, public policy and management
Role of syndication in industries such as investment banking and construction, auctions in finance, general auction performance, social institutions and equilibrium
With S. Dasgupta, "Auctions in Corporate Finance," in Handbook of Empirical Corporate Finance, North-Holland Publishing, 2006; "Megafirms," North Carolina Law Review, 2001; "Auctions of Companies," Economic Inquiry, 2000; "The Efficiency of Sharing Liability for Hazardous Waste: Effects of Uncertainty over Damages," International Review of Law and Economics, March 1999; "Auctions in Bankruptcy: Theoretical Analyses and Practical Guidance," International Review of Law and Economics, June 1998
Academic positions: Tuck School of Business, 1983–present; Faculty Director, Center for Business & Society (formerly the Allwin Initiative for Corporate Citizenship), 2004–present, Senior Associate Dean, 2000–present, Associate Dean of Faculty, 1998–2000, Associate Dean for the MBA Program, 1995–98, Tuck School
Nonacademic positions: Consultant/Manager, LEK Partnership, 1988–90
Board memberships: Bonnie CLAC; advisory board, LEK Consulting, 1998–2000
Robert Hansen interests include the interrelationship among economics and finance and social institutions. In addition to the core course Managerial Economics, he teaches the electives Forces of Change in Global Economy and Economics of the Credit Crisis, one of the school’s research-to-practice seminars.