Terence Johnson is the Joe and Deborah Loughery Assistant Professor in Economics and Human Development College Chair and a Kellogg faculty fellow at the University of Notre Dame. Johnson investigates the informational and institutional inefficiencies that hamper markets in developing countries, and uses tools from mechanism design and industrial organization economics to design and test solutions. With Molly Lipscomb, he is currently investigating how markets for sanitation services in Burkina Faso and Ghana can be improved through call-in center platforms that more efficiently match households to providers, targeted subsidies to households, or centralization of the market. An ongoing Kellogg-supported research project, with Wyatt Brooks and Kevin Donovan, “Entrepreneurship in Kenya: Can Experience Be Taught?” considers the impact of mentorship on entrepreneurial activity in Dandora, Kenya. His scholarly work appears in the Journal of Economic Theory and the Oxford Handbook of Market Design. He holds a PhD from the University of Maryland, College Park.