Roger Koppl is professor of finance in the Whitman School of Management of Syracuse University, associate director of the Whitman School’s Institute for an Entrepreneurial Society, and a faculty fellow in the University’s Forensic and National Security Sciences Institute. Koppl has served on the faculty of the Copenhagen Business School, Auburn University, Fairleigh Dickinson University, and Auburn University at Montgomery. He has held visiting positions with New York University, George Mason University, University of Vaasa, and the Max Planck Institute of Economics. Professor Koppl is a past president of the Society for the Development of Austrian Economics and a former editor of Advances in Austrian Economics.
Koppl has published three books, edited or coedited another nine volumes, and published over 120 academic articles and book chapters in several areas, including economics, entrepreneurial studies, and forensic science. Koppl’s research interests include the economic theory of experts, innovation and economic growth, complexity theory, and the production and distribution of knowledge in society. His work on forensic science reform has been featured in the Washington Post, the Atlantic, Forbes, Reason magazine, Slate, the Huffington Post, and other outlets.
Koppl’s Erdös number is 3.