Alex Eble is Assistant Professor of Economics and Education at Columbia’s graduate school of education, Teachers College. His research focuses primarily on two key themes: the economics of education in low-income contexts, and the economics of beliefs and information applied to education and inequality. He received his PhD in economics from Brown University, MSc from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), and BA from Indiana University, Bloomington.
His CV and further information are available on his personal website.
Delivering early-grade education in pockets of extreme poverty
Understanding the role of beliefs and information in shaping human capital