Research Interests: Economics of Crime and Policing, 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 McCrary, Justin, and Deepak Premkumar. 2019. “Why We Need Police.” Chapter. In The Cambridge Handbook of Policing in the United States, edited by Tamara Rice Lave and Eric J. Miller, 65–84. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. doi:10.1017/9781108354721.004.
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