Dr. Mancke is the Professor of Leadership and Public Policy at the Leipzig Graduate School of Management in Germany.

Previously he held full-time professorial positions at The University of Chicago Booth School of Business, the University of Michigan, and Tufts University’s Fletcher School, where he also served as Academic Dean and Dean ad Interim.

He has served as a staff economist for the president of the United States’ Cabinet Task Force on Oil Import Controls, and as an adviser to the US Environmental Protection Agency. He also has over 30 years of consulting experience, most notably to Cravath Swaine and Moore, the law firm that represented IBM in its antitrust litigation. He has also testified extensively before the US Congress.

Dr. Mancke has published extensively in academic journals and books on the topics of petroleum and oil, energy policy, and antitrust issues.


Massachusetts Institute of Technology, PhD in Economics

Colgate University, BA in Mathematical Economics