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Education

(Ongoing) Ph.D. candidate, Agricultural and Resource Economics, UC Berkeley, 2013–Present

M.S. Agricultural and Resource Economics, UC Berkeley, 2015

M.S. Statistics, University of Nebraska–Lincoln, 2013

M.S. Agricultural Economics, University of Nebraska–Lincoln, 2013

B.S. Mathematics, University of Nebraska–Lincoln, 2007


Primary interests: Environmental & Energy Economics, Applied Econometrics & Data Science, Inequality & Public Policy

Secondary interests: Health Economics, Development Economics, Criminal Justice


Working Papers

Natural gas elasticities and optimal cost recovery under heterogeneity: Evidence from 300 million natural gas bills in California
Maximilian Auffhammer and Ed Rubin

Do marijuana stores increase or reduce neighborhood crime? Evidence from Denver, Colorado
Ed Rubin


Research in Progress

How salient are environmental risks? The short- and long-run effects of lead exposure in piped water
Ed Rubin

Is “Michelle” less productive than “Michael”? A field experiment on consumer-based gender discrimination
Erin Kelley, Matthew Pecenco, and Ed Rubin

Statistical Modeling and Hydrology in the High Plains Aquifer
Ed Rubin, Richard Perrin, and Lilyan Fulginiti


Teaching

ARE 212: Econometrics - Multiple Equation Estimation

STAT 380: Statistics and Applications

STAT 218: Introduction to Statistics


Honors, Awards, and Fellowships

Private Enterprise Development in Low-Income Countries (PEDL) Exploratory Research Grant, 2017–2018
with Erin Kelley and Matthew Pecenco

Giannini Foundation Mini-Grant, 2017–2018
with Maximilian Auffhammer

UC Berkeley ARE Summer Grant, 2016

GAANN Fellowship 2013–2015


Presentations

Is “Michelle” less productive than “Michael”? A field experiment on consumer-based gender discrimination in the marketplace
IGC-PEDL Workshop at Oxford, December 2017

Natural gas elasticities and optimal cost recovery under heterogeneity: Evidence from 300 million natural gas bills in California
Heartland Environmental and Resource Economics Workshop, September 2017

Is “Michelle” less productive than “Michael”? A field experiment on consumer-based gender discrimination in the marketplace
Berkeley Development Economics Lunch, September 2017

Natural gas elasticities and optimal cost recovery under heterogeneity: Evidence from 300 million natural gas bills in California
Camp Resources, August 2017

Natural gas elasticities and optimal cost recovery under heterogeneity: Evidence from 300 million natural gas bills in California
AAEA Annual Meeting, August 2017

Do marijuana stores increase or reduce neighborhood crime? Evidence from Denver, Colorado
UC Berkeley, Summer Research Seminar, July 2017

Natural gas elasticities and optimal cost recovery under heterogeneity: Evidence from 300 million natural gas bills in California
AERE Annual Summer Conference, June 2017

Summertime, and pass-through is easier: Chasing down price elasticities for residential natural gas demand in 275 million bills
22nd Annual POWER Conference on Energy Research and Policy, March 2017

Natural gas elasticities, seasonal heterogeneity, and consumer behavior: Evidence from 300M+ bills
UC Berkeley, Environmental and Resource Economics Seminar, November 2016

(Mile-) High Quandaries: Evidence from Denver that Marijuana Legalization May Increase Drug Arrests
UC Berkeley, Environmental and Resource Economics Seminar, April 2015

Irrigation and Climatic Effects on Water Levels in the U.S. High Plains Aquifer Along the 41st Parallel in Nebraska (and Several Questions about Model Complexity)
University of Nebraska–Lincoln, Statistics Departmental Seminar, March 2013

Irrigation and Climatic Effects on Water Levels in the U.S. High Plains Aquifer
International Conference of Agricultural Economists, poster, August 2012


Academic Service


Skills

Computational

Linguistic


References

Maximilian Auffhammer, UC Berkeley
W. Reed Walker, UC Berkeley
Solomon Hsiang, UC Berkeley


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