Kevin McCabe

Kevin McCabe

George Mason University

Kevin McCabe is professor of Economics and Law at George Mason University, and he serves as director of the Behavioral and Neuroeconomics Laboratory at the Interdisciplinary Center for Economic Science. Professor McCabe graduated from Villanova University with a B.S. in economics, and the University of Pennsylvania with a Ph.D. in economics. His current service includes: distinguished research fellow at the International Foundation for Research in Experimental Economics, and research fellow at the Gruter Institute for the study of Biology and the Law. Past service includes section editor of the Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science, Macmillan, and consultant to USAID on training in economics and management at the Warsaw School 0f Economics in Poland. Professor McCabe’s research is funded in part by the National Science Foundation through his current grants NSF- SES: 0129744, “Brain Function and Economic Decision Making,” and NSF-(Number Pending), “Enhancing Human Economic Performance.” His research interests are in the experimental study of economic cognition at the level of the embodied brain, the mind, the organization, the institution, and the market.