Kaywana Raeburn

Kaywana Raeburn

Job Title
Feigenbaum Assistant Professor of Behavioral Economics
Lippman Hall 104
Department/Program: Economics

Research interests

Her primary research areas are behavioral and experimental economics, particularly as relates to developing countries. She is interested in how individual and social preferences affect household and individual decision-making such as technology adoption by farmers and food choices of child caregivers.


Kaywana Raeburn has been at Union since 2016. She teaches courses in behavioral economics and introductory economics.

Academic Credentials

Ph.D., McGill University; M.A., McGill University; B.S., University of West Indies