PhD, Economics, University of Chicago, 2005
MA, Economics, Tel-Aviv University, 1998
BA, Economics, Tel-Aviv University, 1996
Avraham Stoler is an assistant professor of economics at the Driehaus College of Business. Stoler has been with DePaul since 2009. He received both his bachelor's degree and masters in economics from Tel Aviv University in 1996 and 1998, respectfully. Stoler earned his PhD in economics from the University of Chicago in 2005.
Stolers's research interests include health economics and applied micro-economics. His work has been published in journals such as Health Economics and the American Journal of Transplantation. He is currently working, among other projects, on researching incentive structures and other mechanisms that could increase the number of organ donor card signatures, with the goal of increasing total organ donations and saving lives. Stoler is collaborating with several prominent researchers such as Al Roth (Nobel Prize laureate in economics, 2012), David Meltzer, Jacob Lavee and Judd Kessler.
Stoler also has substantial consulting experience involving important projects in both the Brattle Group and Keystone Strategy, including work with Nobel Prize laureate in Economics Daniel McFadden and involving important cases such as the Master Settlement Agreement and many others.
Stoler is a recipient of the University of Chicago's Markovitz Fellowship for best thesis in the Social Sciences. He also served as a referee for the American Economic Review, Journal of Forensic Economics, Journal of Political Economy and Insurance: Theoretical Analysis & Policy Implications.
Stoler teaches courses in strategies and processes of negotiations, research methods and economics for decision making.