Terence R. Johnson

Desludging in Burkina Faso

Terence Johnson is an Assistant Professor of Economics and a Kellogg faculty fellow at the University of Notre Dame, an Associate of ThReD, and an Innovations for Poverty Action Research Associate. 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. His scholarly work has appeared in American Economic Journal: Applied, the Journal of Economic Theory, Economic Theory, and the Oxford Handbook of Market Design. He holds a PhD in economics from the University of Maryland, College Park.