Craig Fox is the co-founder of the Behavioral Science & Policy Association, and co-editor of its flagship Journal, Behavioral Science & Policy (BSP). He is also the Harold Williams Professor of Management and Chair of the Behavioral Decision Making Area at the UCLA Anderson School. Additionally, has courtesy appointments as Professor of Psychology at the UCLA College of Letters and Sciences, and Professor of Medicine in the UCLA Geffen School.

Dr. Fox is a former associate editor of Management Science and has served on editorial boards of Organization Behavior and Human Decision Processes, the Journal of Behavioral Decision Making and Judgment and Decision Making and co-edited a special issue of the Strategic Management Journal. Fox is former President of the Society for Judgment and Decision Making, the leading international research organization for behavioral decision research.

Professor Fox has taught courses in Choice Architecture, Managerial Decision Making, Negotiation, Leadership, Strategy, and Dynamic Management at UCLA. He has also previously taught courses at the University of Chicago, Northwestern University, Stanford University, the Australian Graduate School of Management, and Koç University in Istanbul. In addition, he has been a visiting scholar at Columbia University, New York University, the University of Mannheim, and the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.

Fox’s award-winning research has focused primarily on two broad topics. First, he studies judgment and decision making under risk, uncertainty, and ambiguity. Second, he studies choice architecture and its application to policy-relevant topics such as financial decision making and health care.