Alex Rothenberg is an associate economist with the RAND Corporation. Prior to joining RAND, Rothenberg was a research assistant at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve and a graduate student instructor at the University of California, Berkeley. Rothenberg received his Ph.D. in economics from the University of California, Berkeley in May 2012.
Rothenberg is an applied micro-economist with a background in applied econometrics, program evaluation, development, international trade, and urban economics. He has extensive experience with structural econometric modeling and reduced form techniques. His ongoing research involves a variety of projects, including transportation infrastructure and firm location choice in Indonesia, household community participation and ethnic diversity in Sierra Leone, the impact of macroeconomic shocks (the Asian financial crisis) and regional developments (road improvements) on firm entry and employment in Indonesia, and an evaluation of Indonesia's transmigration program.
Glennerster, R., E. Miguel, and A. Rothenberg, "Collective Action in Diverse Sierra Leone Communities," The Economic Journal (forthcoming)
Rothenberg, A. and F. E. Warnock, "Sudden Flight and True Sudden Stops," Review of International Economics, 19(3):509-524, 2011
Faucette, J. E., A. Rothenberg and F. E. Warnock, "Outflows-induced Sudden Stops," Journal of Policy Reform, 8(2):119-129, 2005