Professor of Economics
New Jersey Hall 430 | 848-932-7452
Jeffrey Rubin is a professor of economics. His primary research interest is in health economics, with a special focus on economics aspects of mental health care. He has also done research on housing markets in New Jersey. He recently completed his fourth three year term as the undergraduate director in the economics department and now serves as the Co-Director of Undergraduate Studies in charge of scheduling. He previously represented the economics department on the New Brunswick Faculty Council in addition to serving in the University Senate. He is currently a member of several committees at Rutgers including the SAS Core Requirements Committee. Professor Rubin also serves as the faculty adviser to the department's College Fed Challenge team.
- “Choice of Health Insurance by Families of the Mentally Ill, “ with V. Wilcox Gok, A. Holmes and P. Deb, Health Economics, V. 5, 1996, pp. 61-76.
- “Issues in the Financing and Organization of Mental Health Services,” in Sales and Shah (eds.), Mental Health and the Law, Carolina Academic Press, 1996, pp. 219-256.
- “Legal Influences on the Financing of Mental Health Care,” in Sales and Shuman (eds.), Law, Mental Health and Mental Disorder, Brooks/Cole Publishers, Pacific Grove, CA, 1996, pp. 122-147.
- “Health Insurance Among the Elderly,” with V. Wilcox-Gok, Social Science and Medicine, V. 38, No. 11, 1994, pp. 1521-1529.