Name Research Interests
Imam M. Alam

International Trade, Economic Growth, Stock Market, Applied Econometrics

Shahina Amin

Labor and Development Economics -- issues regarding child labor in developing countries, issues regarding employment of women, and youth employment. Economics of the family.

David Hakes

Monetary Policy, Central Banking, Financial Markets, Macroeconomics.

Matthew Hampton

Matthew researches in the areas of health economics, labor economics, and economic demography. One focus of his research is on the rapid rise in ADHD prevalence across time and its link with educational policy. Other interests of his include studying the impact of the Affordable Care Act on outcomes and effects of child disability on the parental labor market.

Lisa Jepsen

Lisa researches in the areas of economic demography, labor economics, and law and economics. One focus of her research is on same-sex couples and the relationship between wages and sexual orientation. She has a recent article forthcoming in the Review of Economics of the Household with Christopher Jepsen entitled "Self-Employment, Earnings, and Sexual Orientation." She is currently studying the relationship between race and earnings in the NFL.

Bryce Kanago

Macroeconomics and monetary economics especially in the areas of inflation and the business cycle.

Chris Lukasiewicz

Data Analysis, Consulting, Problem Solving Techniques.

Alicia Rosburg

Alicia Rosburg researches in the areas of energy economics, agricultural economics, and intergenerational mobility. The primary focus of her research has been on the economics of second generation biofuels. 

Sharmistha (Shar) Self

Economic Development, Economics of Health, Education, and Welfare, Gender Economics, Asian Economics, Agricultural Economics

David Surdam

Economics of professional sports leagues. Economics of the American Civil War. History of Business Ethics.

Bülent Uyar

Determinants of arrests for DUI.

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