Kwabena Donkor

Kwabena Donkor

Assistant Professor of Marketing, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University

Faculty Fellow, Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR)

Visiting Assistant Professor 2023-2024

Professor Dean Eckles, Sloan

Kwabena Donkor


Kwabena B. Donkor is an Assistant Professor of Marketing at Stanford Graduate School of Business, a Faculty Fellow at the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR), and was a 2022–2023 Fletcher Jones Faculty Scholar. His research areas are: Behavioral Economics, Industrial Organizations, Marketing, and Labor Economics. Donkor's work combines insights from behavioral economics with data and field experiments to study social norms, identity, and how these constructs interact with policy within the marketplace. He studied at the University of Ghana and holds a BA/MA in Economics from Hunter College (CUNY), as well as an MS in Agricultural & Resource Economics and a PhD in Agricultural & Resource Economics, both degrees from University of California-Berkeley. His honors include a IRLE Dissertation Fellowship and a UC Berkeley Mentor Research Award.


Donkor, Kwabena B., and Perloff, Jeffrey M.. 2022. “ The effects of the Affordable Care Act on seasonal agricultural workers.” Journal of the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association 1: 435-445.