The areas of interest of Professor Amuedo-Dorantes include labor economics, international migration and remittances. Her current research broadly focuses on immigration policy and its consequences.
Professor Ballis's fields are labor and public economics, working on topics related to education and inequality.
Professor Fons-Rosen is active in the economics of science and innovation, in addition to working on firm dynamics and international economics, usually with an applied microeconomics viewpoint.
Professor Innes conducts research in experimental economics with a focus on moral preferences; environmental economics with a focus on efficient regulation of pollution; theories of market structure, particularly in food markets and how different types of market competition affect prices and performance; and the law and economics of property rights, liabillity, and nuisance regulation.
Professor Gray studies American economic history with a focus on how technological change affected labor markets and the impacts of immigration on housing markets and crime.
Professor Grossman is a microeconomist whose research mainly examines the impact of social and psychological motivations, as well as cognitive phenomena, on economic decisions.
Professor Hicks is an applied microeconomist working with patent and publication data to identify the unintended spillovers of collaboration across international borders.
Professor Johnston is a labor economist, with interests in social insurance, teacher quality, and American poverty.
Professor Lee's interests include economic history and financial economics. He regularly teaches Introduction to Economics, Economics of Sports, Economics of Investments.
Professor Sandoval-Hernandez research addresses key economic issues in developing countries with significant policy relevance. It includes the study of the interplay between macroeconomic policies and household saving behavior, financial development and the role of multinational banks in developing countries, and Foreign Direct Investment.
Professor Schnier studies policy analysis in the fields of health and resource economics. His research includes a focus on the response of physicians and hospitals to current and impending regulations that impact the provision of health care as well a focus on facilitating the development of efficient marine resource policy.
Professor Tsoulouhas' research focuses on limited liability and bankruptcy, on organizational design and performance pay, on offshoring, and on applications of relative performance evaluation in areas such as executive promotion and incentive contracting.
Professor Tur-Prats is an applied economist, with research interests in culture, gender and history.
greg c. wright
Professor Wright does research on topics in International Trade and Migration, with a focus on the labor market consequences of each.
Economics Graduate Program Chair