Ekaterina Gnedenko

Lecturer, Department of Economics, Boston University

PhD, Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Connecticut

Ekaterina’s current research and teaching lies at the intersection of urban, natural resource, and public economics.  Her research connects theoretical modeling with empirical evidence in advanced economies and economies in transition. In particular, it investigates the role of institutions and public policy in land markets and its potential policy implications at the regional level decision-making.

Read her CV Read her paper on Land Economics and Policy

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