Erik Kimbrough

Assistant Professor of Economics, Simon Fraser University
Co-Director, CRABE Experimental Economics Laboratory, Simon Fraser University

Erik Kimbrough is an Assistant Professor of Economics and Co-Director of the CRABE Experimental Economics Laboratory at Simon Fraser University. Prior to this, he was an Assistant Professor of Economics at Maastricht University and a Post-Doctoral Research Associate at Chapman University. Dr. Kimbrough earned his Ph.D. in Computational Sciences and Informatics: Economic Systems from George Mason University in 2010. While at George Mason, he was a Mercatus Center Ph.D. Fellow. Dr. Kimbrough earned a dual B.A. in International Affairs and Economics in 2006 from The George Washington University. His research interests include experimental economics, agent-based modeling, institutions, and personal/impersonal exchange.

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