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James Marrone

Adjunct Lecturer


Jim Marrone is an associate economist at RAND Corporation and an adjunct lecturer in the International Economics program at Johns Hopkins SAIS. He is an applied microeconomist focusing primarily on the way institutions and government programs impact marginalized populations and at-risk material culture. His work is both theoretical and empirical, using statistical techniques in novel ways to develop better measurements of empirically important outcomes. Prior to his roles at RAND and JHU SAIS, he was a senior research assistant at the Federal Reserve Board. He holds a PhD in economics from the University of Chicago.



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We’re just beginning to grasp the toll of the Islamic State’s archaeological looting in Syria.

Adjunct Lecturer of International Economics James Marrone wrote in The Conversation, 5/15