Dmitry Taubinsky is an applied economist who applies insights from behavioral economics to questions about tax and energy policy. He studies topics such as people's (in)attention to and (mis)understanding of tax incentives, or how to optimally subsidize energy-efficient products when people underweight the future costs of utilizing energy-using durables. Dmitry uses a variety of tools in his work, including randomized field experiments, applied theory, and structural econometrics.

Dmitry is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Dartmouth College, a Faculty Research Fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research, and an affiliate of the Ifo Institute's Center for Economic Studies. He received a PhD in economics in 2014, and a BA in applied mathematics in 2009, both from Harvard. Prior to joining Dartmouth, Dmitry was a postdoctoral associate at UC Berkeley.