Assistant Professor of Economics
Ph.D. (Economics) University of Alabama. B.S. (Economics) Middle Tennessee State University.
Health Economics, Decision Analytics, Intermediate Microeconomics, Principles of Microeconomics.
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.
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