Dmitry Taubinsky

Assistant Professor of Economics

I conduct research at the intersection of public economics and behavioral economics, using a combination of theory and experiments. I study topics such as people's (in)attention to and (mis)understanding of tax incentives, energy policy for consumers inattentive to the energy costs of durables, and policies aimed at reducing underinvestment in health.

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Department:
Economics
Education:
Ph.D., Economics, Harvard University, 2009-2014
B.A. Applied Mathematics, Magna Cum Laude, Harvard University, 2005-2009