Ravi Jagadeesan is a Ph.D. student in business economics at Harvard University. He graduated from Harvard College with an A.B. in mathematics and an A.M. in statistics. His research interests are in market design, theoretical public finance, and macroeconomic policy, with a particular focus on the role of market imperfections and optimal taxation. His current work focuses on optimal capital taxation and on the design of blockchain-based systems.
- 2019, Market design responses to inequality, $29,400