Rachel Rubinfeld joined Stanford Health Policy in May 2009 to assist core
faculty member Jeremy Goldhaber-Fiebert in his research on the amount
of benefit childhood illness prevention technologies bring to
developing countries. She comes to CHP from the Department of
Political Science at Stanford where she conducted her dissertation
research on the impact of rule changes in the GATT/WTO on U.S. trade
policy (Ph.D. expected June 2009).
She received her A.B. from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and
International Affairs at Princeton University, where she studied
international economic policy. Prior to coming to Stanford, Rachel
assisted with economic research and policy in the Economic Studies
division of the Brookings Institution, the State Department, and the
President’s Council of Economic Advisers.