Edward Rubin

University of California, Berkeley

Edward Rubin is a doctoral candidate in applied economics at UC Berkeley in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics.

His main research interests include the economics of the environment, energy, and natural resources; inequality; health; and development. He is also interested in rural communities and agriculture, drug and criminal policies, and general empirical policy analysis (econometrics, statistics, machine learning, spatial analysis, etc).

Researcher's Grant Projects

This project asks whether large, semi-coordinated online marketplaces can provide the benefits of expanded market access with much lower costs than foreing trade expansion.
Researchers: Edward Rubin, Erin Kelley, Gregory Lane, Matthew Pecenco
Grants Round: 25th Round
Country: Kenya
This project uses a field experiment in Kenya to understand the effect of consumer-side discrimination on individual and aggregate-worker productivities.
Researchers: Matthew Pecenco, Erin Kelley, Edward Rubin
Grants Round: 23rd Round
Country: Kenya
Cross-cutting themes: Gender