Ken Moon is an Assistant Professor and the Claude Marion Endowed Faculty Scholar in the Operations, Information and Decisions department at the Wharton School.
He is also affiliated with Analytics at Wharton. His research focuses on how technology and data are re-shaping the organization and management of workers, service platforms, and supply chains—all of which call for actively managing decentralized incentives and information. He uses data to study the principled design of such incentives and information flows.
Moon has earned several awards and honors, including the first place at POMS Operational Excellence College Best Paper and the People’s Choice Award for early-career at the Sustainable OM Workshop. Moon earned a PhD at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and holds a JD from Harvard Law School. He also holds undergraduate degrees from Stanford University.