I am an applied micro-econometrician whose research interests include health economics, labor and education economics, the economics of law and crime, and environmental economics. I have written on the economic causes and consequences of risky behaviors, such as overeating, smoking, drug abuse, speeding, and crime. I am primarily an empiricist who utilizes the quantitative tools of applied microeconometrics and – if possible – large administrative data sets.
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Economics of Human Resources (Labor, Health, Crime)
In particular I am interested in applied research in the following fields:
- Health Economics
- Economics of Crime
- Labor Economics
- Environmental Economics
- Invited Seminar Speaker, University of Dundee
- Invited Seminar Speaker, University of Essex
- Invited Seminar Speaker, University of Stirling
- ESPE (Annual Meeting)
- EALE (Annual Meeting)
- Spring Meeting of Young Economists
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