Professor (by Courtesy)
Scott Page is the Leonid Huwicz Collegiate Professor of Complex Systems, Social Science, and Economics at the University of Michigan. Scott was recently renewed as an external faculty member of the Santa Fe Institute. In addition to his departmental appointment, Scott holds a position as a senior research scientist at the Institute for Social Research at Michigan.
Scott directs or helps direct three large projects at the University of Michigan. He is the principal investigator for the IDEAS NSF IGERT grant, a principal investigator for Project SLUCE, and NSF bio-complexity grant, and the director of Project Diversity, an interdisciplinary effort to understand the theoretical implications of diversity that is funded by the James S. McDonnell Foundation and the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching. Scott belongs to several research teams, including the MacArthur Foundation’s working group on economic inequality and social interactions.
In addition to his academic pursuits, Scott frequently gives talks on complex systems to non academic audiences on diversity and on complexity and has consulted on projects ranging from the possibility of panic at Y2K and the demand for movies, to the economic impact of the World Cup.
- Department of Economics
- Center for Political Studies Science
- Center for the Study of Complex Systems
Field(s) of Study
- Formal Modeling