Arie Beresteanu is an Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Pittsburgh. He is an econometrician who has also interests in empirical industrial organization and environmental economics. Before coming to Pitt, Arie was an Assistant Professor in the Economics Department at Duke University. Arie received a Ph.D. in economics from Northwestern University and did his undergraduate studies at the Hebrew Università of Jerusalem, where he graduated summa cum laude.
His research interests center around micro-econometrics methods related to identification and partial identification in structural models, testing, and application to industrial organization and environmental economics. His most recent work has focused on the observable consequences of incompleteness on behavior at the individual and market levels. His papers have been published in Econometrica, Journal of Econometrics, the RAND Journal of Economics, the International Economic Review, and other prestigious economic journals.
Arie's teaching experience spans Ph.D. and Undergraduate classes in econometrics and industrial organization. Arie has recently developed an new data course for economic undergrads.