Isaac Ehrlich

Professor, Economics, University at Buffalo

Isaac Ehrlich’s is a professor of economics at the University at Buffalo. Ehrlich’s research focuses on the role of human capital and social institutions in the economy. It includes a wide range of applications of economic theory to the economics of crime and justice, uncertainty and insurance, health and longevity, law and economics, advertising and information, social security, asset management and financial markets, and economic growth and development. He is the author of 80 original and reprinted articles in major refereed journals and collections, including two books and a special journal issue, and his widely cited work—he is listed among the 100 most cited economists on several published surveys—has been supported by numerous grants from the National Science Foundation and other federal agencies, including a major USAID grant to study economics.

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