Elisa Rubbo is an economist interested in macroeconomics and international trade. Her research focuses on how macroeconomic variables affect different industries and labor markets.
Rubbo earned a Ph.D. in Economics from Harvard University. Additionally, she holds a Master in Economics (Allievi program) from Collegio Carlo Alberto, and both a MA and BA in Mathematics from the University of Torino.?
Prior to joining Booth in 2022, Rubbo held Postdoctoral Associate positions in the Department of Economics at Princeton University and at the Becker Friedman Institute at the University of Chicago.