Gabriel Kreindler

Assistant Professor, Economics Department at Harvard University

Gabriel Kreindler is an Assistant Professor in the economics department at Harvard University. His research focuses on issues in urban mobility and transportation in developing countries. His current projects use natural and field experiments to study the pricing and network design of public transportation systems and quantifying the impact of traffic congestion management policies. In other work, he studies how urban residents perceive and experience the cities they live in, and how information frictions and the lack of experience with certain parts of a city affect spatial decisions. He is also interested in new data sources for measuring travel behavior and infrastructure quality. He was a Prize Fellow in Economics, History, and Politics at Harvard and a research fellow at the Becker-Friedman Institute at the University of Chicago. Gabriel received his PhD in economics from MIT. 

Recent work by Gabriel Kreindler