Alexandria Eisenbarth

Alexandria Eisenbarth is a Ph.D. student of Economics at The New School for Social Research.

Eisenbarth is researching global systems of production and their influence on supplies of labor, flows of capital, and rule making entities. They are particularly interested in how these global economic systems constrain and enable workers’ rights and national development strategies.

Eisenbarth has previously worked in several teaching positions centered at The New School and is excited to contribute to the economics curricular initiatives at the Institute.

Eisenbarth has an M.S. in Economics from The New School for Social Research and an A.B. in Economics at Harvard with a minor in Social Anthropology.

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