Harry Kaiser

Harry Kaiser

Formal First Name

Harry Kaiser teaches and conducts research in the areas of price analysis, marketing, and quantitative methods. He has written 145 refereed journal articles, five books, 17 book chapters, and over 150 research bulletins, and received $8 million in research grants in these areas. Much of his research focuses on the market-wide economic effects of commodity advertising and promotion programs. More recently, Professor Kaiser has worked in the area of experimental economics, with an emphasis on the private provision of public goods.

Professional Experience

Academic History

Professor Kaiser received the highest award given to alumni of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire—the Alumni Distinguished Achievement Award.

He also received the Outstanding Achievement Award from the Board of Regents of the University of Minnesota, which is the highest award conferred by the University to an alumnus.

He received the Outstanding Alumni Award from the Department of Applied Economics, University of Minnesota, in 2009.