PhD Candidate

Eric Donald is a sixth-year Ph.D. candidate in Economics at Boston University. As a macroeconomist focused on optimal policy and technological change, his research considers how policy should guide, and respond to, technological change. More broadly, he is interested in normative questions pertaining to longterm welfare.

Fields: Economic Growth, Public Economics, Energy & Environmental Economics

Advisors: Pascual Restrepo, David Lagakos, Yuhei Miyauchi