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Farid Farrokhi

Farid Farrokhi

Assistant Professor of Economics


Ph.D., Economics,Pennsylvania State University
MS, Economics, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran 2007 - 2010
BS, Electrical Engineering, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran 2003 - 2007


I study the role of international trade and spatial economics for economy-wide productivity and welfare as well as the environment—defined broadly to include climate-related issues. In studying these outcomes, I am particularly interested in understanding how economic activities and policy responses are inter-connected between economies and industries. I use micro-level data to learn about facts and identify policy impacts, and am interested in developing theories that embed micro-level mechanisms into general equilibrium analyses.


Forthcoming Publications

  • Farid Farrokhi, Heitor Pellegrina (2022). "Trade, Technology, and Agricultural Productivity." Journal of Political Economy

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