Business and Economics

Elisheva Stern
Elisheva Stern

Elisheva Stern

Elisheva Stern joined the department in 2023 after completing her doctoral studies at Temple University. Dr. Stern’s research areas include health economics, monetary policy & banking, and forecasting. More recently, her research uses machine learning models to measure risk with severely imbalanced data. She is excited to join Ursinus as she values teaching and looks forward to the opportunity to learn and share her expertise with the Ursinus community.


Business and Economics


B.A., Temple University
M.A., Temple University
Ph.D., Temple University


Principles of Microeconomics
Principle of Macroeconomics
Money and Financial Institutions
Analytical Foundations

Research Interests

Bank Lending and Monetary Policy
Macroprudential Policy
Measuring Risk
Substance Use Disorder

Recent Work

“Forecasting China Bond Defaults with Severe Imbalance Data: A Meta-Learning Approach” (In proceeding)

“Health Insurance Expansions and Provider Behavior: Evidence from Substance Use Disorder Providers” with Maclean, Johanna Catherine, Ioana Popovici (The Journal of Law and Economics (2018), 61(2): 279-310)