Jonah B. Gelbach

Jonah B. Gelbach
Professor of Law
Law
Law and Economics
 

Jonah B. Gelbach’s interests include civil procedure, evidence, statutory interpretation, law and economics, event study methodology, securities litigation, the economics of crime, applied statistical methodology, evaluation of public assistance programs, and general applied microeconomics. He has taught J.D.-level courses in civil procedure, legislation, and evidence, and economics, business, and public policy courses in Ph.D., masters, and undergraduate levels.