Ed Rubin is an assistant professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Oregon. 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, drug/criminal policies, and general empirical policy analysis/data science (econometrics, statistics, machine learning, spatial analysis, etc.).
Ed is a lover of data, (beautiful) graphs, maps, Venn diagrams, and people. He is an avid consumer of pizza, phở, tacos, coffee, and computational power. He is also a bunch of other things.
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Ed also started TWEEDS—The Workshop in Environmental Economics and Data Science—with help from some friends and also helps run OSWEET, an online workshop where graduate students and early-career faculty can present their work on environmental, energy, and transportation economics (and receive constructive feedback).