Description: Description: Description: W:\public_html\rob.jpg  Robert W. Fairlie             
  Professor
  Department of Economics

  University of California, Santa Cruz          

  Phone: (831) 459-3332
  Email: rfairlie@ucsc.edu                                    
  Research Associate, NBER

 

 

 

Vita
Working Papers and Publications

Google Scholar Site

Course Information

 

Entrepreneurship Data
Non-linear Blinder-Oaxaca Decomposition Technique for Logit and Probit Models - SAS and STATA Programs
Congressional Testimony and Other Government Presentations        

 

 

Short Bio:

I am a Professor of Economics at the University of California, Santa Cruz and a Research Associate in the NBER. My research interests include entrepreneurship, education, information technology, inequality, labor economics, and immigration. Publications from my research have appeared in journals such as the American Economic Review, Economic Journal, AEJ: Applied, AEJ: Policy, ReSTAT, JOLE, JAMA: Surgery, Management Science, JPAM and MIT Press (book). I received a Ph.D. and M.A. from Northwestern University and B.A. with honors from Stanford University. I have held visiting positions at Stanford University, Yale University, UC Berkeley, and Australian National University. I have received funding for my research from the National Science Foundation as well as numerous government agencies and foundations, and have testified to the U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives, U.S. Department of Treasury, and the California State Assembly regarding the findings from my research. I am routinely interviewed by the media (e.g. NY Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, NPR) to comment on economic and policy issues.

 

Recent News:

I was recognized by the California State Congress with a joint resolution.

Resolution Text

 

New Center for Entrepreneurship

Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurial Development

 

Some Pictures of UC Santa Cruz

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Ariel View of Campus

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UCSC Long Marine Lab

 

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Redwood Trees on Campus