Chad Kendall

Assistant Professor of Finance and Business Economics
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Ph.D., University of British Columbia; MA, BA.Sc., Simon Fraser University

Chad Kendall is an economist that specializes in financial economics and political economy. He is particularly interested in questions related to the acquisition and use of information in these domains. His work has been published in Econometrica and the American Economic Review. He previously worked as a semiconductor engineer.
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Chad Kendall, Ryan Oprea () "On the complexity of forming mental models ,".
Chad Kendall, John Matsusaka () "The common good and voter polarization ,".
Chad Kendall () "Herding and Contrarianism: A Matter of Preference? ,"  American Economic Journal: Microeconomics.
Nathan Canen, Chad Kendall, Francesco Trebbi () "Political parties as drivers of U.S. polarization: 1927-2018 ,".
Chad Kendall, Francesco Trebbi, Nathen Canen () "Unbundling Polarization ,"  Econometrica.
Chad Kendall, Ryan Oprea () "Are Biased Beliefs Fit to Survive? An Experimental Test of the Market Selection Hypothesis ,"  Journal of Economic Theory  176, 342-371.
Chad Kendall () "The Time Cost of Information in Financial Markets ,"  Journal of Economic Theory  176, 118-157.
Chad Kendall, Tommaso Nannicini, Francesco Trebbi () "How do Voters Respond to Information: Evidence from a Randomized Campaign ,"  American Economic Review  105, 322-353.
Chad Kendall, Marie Rekkas () "Incumbency Advantages in the Canadian Parliament ,"  Canadian Journal of Economics  45, 1560-1585.