Assistant Professor in Economics of Transportation at Aalto University and Helsinki Graduate School of Economics.

I am an applied microeconomist with research interests in: Urban economics, Transportation, Development economics, and Economic history.

My research explores topics related to urban residential segregation by income and race, the cost of mobility within cities and the relationship between the two.

I completed my Ph.D. in Economics at the University of Pittsburgh.


Email: prottoy.akbar@aalto.fi

(I pronounce my name Proht-toy Uh-muhn Uck-bar, and identify with pronouns he/him)