Research Interests: Economics of Crime, Development Economics, Health Economics
University of California, Berkeley
- Ph.D. in Agricultural and Resource Economics (2020, expected)
- M.S. in Agricultural and Resource Economics (2016)
Iowa State University (Graduated Magna Cum Laude and with Honors)
- B.S. in Economics and Global Resource Systems (2014)
- B.S. in Mathematics (2014)
2019 Justin McCrary and Deepak Premkumar, “Why We Need Police” in The Cambridge Handbook on Policing in the United States (Cambridge University Press: Tamara Rice Lave and Eric J. Miller, eds.) (Forthcoming 2019)
2013 Premkumar, Deepak, Austin Quackenbush, Georgeanne Artz, and Peter Orazem. "If You Build it, Will They Come?: Fiscal Federalism, Local Provision of Public Tourist Amenities, and the Vision Iowa Fund." The Review of Regional Studies 43, no. 2, 3 (2013): 155-173.
Working Papers and Projects
Hospital Closure and Hospital Choice: How Hospital Quality and Availability will Affect Rural Residents (with Peter Orazem and Dave Jones)
The Ferguson Effect: Do High Profile Fatal Encounters with Police Lead to Reductions in Arresting Intensity?
Understanding Civilian Deaths at Police Hands: Evidence from Crowdsourced Data (with Justin McCrary and Kaushik Krishnan)
Environmental Stressors and Infant Health: The Effect of Community Tension on Birthweight (with Maxim Massenkoff)