Faculty – Robin Dubin

RobinDubin - Professor, Economics
Department Chair, Economics
Professor, Economics
University Marshal, Case Western Reserve University

Peter B. Lewis Building 280
Office Hours: By Appointment Only

Robin Dubin received her B.A. (1975) from Case Western Reserve University and her Ph.D. (1982) from Johns Hopkins. She is a Professor of Economics and currently serves as Associate Dean of Graduate and Professional Progams at the Weatherhead School of Management, and as University Marshal.

The overarching theme of her research has been an examination of the impact of geographic space on economic interactions. Research areas include the housing market, technology transfer and developing new econometric techniques with which to explore spatial relationships. She has written extensively on Spatial Autocorrelation. Her work has appeared in the Review of Economics and Statistics, the Journal of Urban Economics, the Journal of Regional Science, Regional Science and Urban Economics, and the Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics.

PhD, The Johns Hopkins University, 1982
BA, Case Western Reserve University, 1975

Initially Appointed: 1988

Interests and Courses


Areas of Specialization:
Urban and Regional Economics
Spatial Econometrics
Real Estate


Course Taught, Undergraduate:
Principles of Microeconomics and Macroeconomics
Intermediate Microeconomics
Intermediate Microeconoics--Math Based
Urban and Regional Economics
Life after Graduation

Course Taught, Graduate:
Urban and Regional Development
Location Theory and Regional Economics
Real Estate
Economics for Management

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