Silvia Weyerbrock is a lecturer in Economics and International Affairs at Princeton University. Prior to 1999, she was a lecturer at Columbia University and an assistant professor at the University of Delaware. She has also worked for the World Bank and the International Food Policy Research Institute. Weyerbrock’s research focuses on applied trade policy analysis. Among others, she has published articles on East-West migration in Europe, the European Union’s Common Agricultural Policy, and the trade and budgetary effects of East-West integration in Europe in journals such as the European Economic Review and the Review of International Economics. Weyerbrock has taught courses on International Trade, International Economics, the Economics of Europe, and General Equilibrium Modeling. She holds a Diplom in Agricultural Sciences from the University of Goettingen, Germany. Ph.D. University of California at Berkeley.
Lecturer in Economics