Robert Greenbaum

Associate Dean & Professor, John Glenn College of Public Affairs
Faculty Affiliate
  • Research Interests: My research focuses on urban and regional economic development. More specifically, I am interested in how tax incentive policies and disamenities such as crime or terrorism influence where people choose to live and where businesses decide to locate and grow.
  • Current Research: Much of my current research focuses on relationships among crime, business location decisions, and residential choice. As part of this, I also examine the impact of terrorism on business activity. Further, I am working on research that examines government recovery assistance and economic resilience to disasters.
  • Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon University, 1999