Erik Kimbrough

Erik Kimbrough is an Associate Professor of Economics at Chapman University's Argyros School of Business and Smith Institute for Political Economy and Philsophy. Previously, he was 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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