Professor Bagnoli holds the Olson Chair of Management in the Krannert Graduate School of Management. He currently serves as the Accounting Academic Group Head, Accounting Area Coordinator and is Director of Krannert's Management
Doctoral Programs. He was named a Purdue University Faculty Scholar and has been a recipient of the Jay N. Ross Young Faculty Scholar Award.
Professor Bagnoli's research interests include applied game theory, information economics, voluntary disclosure, financial reporting and corporate social responsibility. He has published articles in the
Journal of Accounting Research, Journal of Accounting & Economics,
The Accounting Review, Journal of Political Economy, Rand Journal of Economics,
Review of Economic Studies, Management Science, Journal of Finance,
Review of Financial Studies, Journal of Public Economics, Journal of Economics and Management Strategy,
Economic Theory, Journal of Law, Economics and Organization,
Journal of Mathematical Finance, Journal of Financial Markets, and other accounting, economics and finance journals. He also serves as an occasional reviewer for more than 30 accounting, finance and economics journals.
Professor Bagnoli teaches tax strategy and financial statement analysis in the MBA program as well as the managerial analytical seminar, the financial analytical seminar and microeconomic theory in the Accounting doctoral program.
Before joining the Krannert faculty, he taught at the University of Michigan, Michigan State University and Indiana University.
Ph.D., Economics, Princeton University, 1985 B.S., Economics, University of Delaware, 1976