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Welcome! I am a PhD candidate in Economics at Stanford University. My areas of interest include political economy, behavioral economics, and public economics. I am particularly interested in policies that affect future generations and animal welfare.

zgroff@stanford.edu | 579 Serra Mall, Stanford, CA 94305-6072

Work in Progress

  • The Persistence of Policy Choices: The Case of Close Referendums
  • Intercohort Time Preference and Equity Concerns: Evidence from a Survey Experiment
    with Karan Makkar
  • Interventionist Preferences and the Welfare State:The Case of In-Kind Nutrition Assistance
    with Sandro Ambuehl, B. Douglas Bernheim, and Tony Fan
  • Paying It Forward (and Back): An Experiment on Sequential Giving
    with Ben Grodeck, Oliver Hauser, and Johannes Lohse
  • The Inelasticity of Meat Consumption?
    with Carl Meyer

Working Papers