Bio: Gabe is a Ph.D. student in Agricultural and Resource Economics at UC Berkeley. He is a graduate of the “Environment and Society: Data Sciences for the 21st Century” NSF Research Traineeship. He graduated from Ohio State University with a BS in Economics in 2015.
Research: Gabe is an environmental economist studying the effects of human activities on wildlife abundance and habitat. His research projects include estimating the effect of conflict on elephant poaching, analyzing the conditions under which an international property rights regime is respected, and testing the effect of electoral incentives on deforestation in Indonesia.
Fields of Interest: Environmental and Resource Economics, Law and Economics, Development Economics