Associate Dean for Graduate Programs and Societal Impact; Professor of Economics and Business, Organizations and Society; Co-Principal Investigator, Center for Behavioral Institutional Design (C-BID)
Affiliation: NYU Abu Dhabi
Education: BA University of Maryland; MPhil Tinbergen Institute; PhD University of Amsterdam
Research Websites: Center for Behavioral Institutional Design
Research Areas: Determinants of labor-market outcomes; Social norms; Gender; Stereotypes; Behavioral Public Policy
Ernesto Reuben's research interests fall within behavioral economics and public policy. In particular, he focuses on the emergence and enforcement of prosocial norms, the behavioral determinants of labor market outcomes, and the effect of biases on discrimination. He is one of the founding researchers of the Center for Behavioral Institutional Design.