Marc Rockmore

Assistant Professor of Economics, Clark University; Research Affiliate, Households in Conflict Network

Marc Rockmore is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Clark University and a Research Affiliate in the Households in Conflict Network (HiCN). His research examines the effects of risk and shocks in developing countries with a focus on the effects of crime and conflict. Much of his work focuses on the separating the effects of insecurity and exposure to violence on livelihoods, political participation and post-conflict behavior. In related work of criminality, he examines the economic effects of electing criminally accused politicians. He earned a Ph.D in Applied Economics and Management from Cornell University, an M.A in International and Development Economics from Yale University, and a B.A. (Honors) from Swarthmore College.

Content by this Author

Articles by marcrockmore0

CEPR Policy Research

Events