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Economics Faculty: Research Interests

Regular Rank Faculty

  1. Atila Abdulkadiroglu, School Choice, Mechanism and Market Design, Economics of Education
  2. Attila Ambrus, Self-control
  3. Peter S. Arcidiacono, Labor Economics, Microeconomics
  4. Patrick Bayer, urban economics, public economics, economics of education, economics of crime
  5. Charles M. Becker, Economic Demography; transition economies; urban and regional economics
  6. Francesco Bianchi, Monetary Economics, Bayesian Econometrics, Asset Pricing
  7. Tim Bollerslev, Time Series Econometrics, Financial Econometrics, Empirical Finance
  8. Federico Bugni, Theoretical and Applied Econometrics

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  9. A. Craig Burnside, macroeconomics, international macroeconomics, finance, time series econometrics, US business cycles , currency markets, governemt finance, foreign aid
  10. Bruce J. Caldwell, History of economic thought, economic methodology, the writings of F.A. Hayek
  11. Michelle P. Connolly, Telecommunications, Media, Spectrum Policy, International Trade, Growth and Development
  12. Rafael Dix-Carneiro, Adjustment costs
  13. Erica Field, Development economics, Labor economics, Microeconomics, Public Health
  14. Connel Fullenkamp, finance, policy, remittances, financial market development , financial market regulation, migrant worker remittances
  15. Robert J Garlick, Garlick works at the intersection of development economics, the economics ...
  16. Kevin D. Hoover, Causality, Economics, Graph theory, Humans, Models, Econometric, Monetary policy, Motivation, Probability
  17. V. Joseph Hotz, Labor Economics, Economics of the Family, Applied Econometrics
  18. Cosmin L. Ilut, Macroeconomics, International Finance, Economics of Information
  19. Kent P. Kimbrough, Macroeconomics and International Macroeconomics
  20. Rachel Kranton, behavioral economics, Brain, Cognition, Conflict (Psychology), Decision Making, development economics, economics of networks, Economics, Behavioral, Humans, identity economics, Interpersonal Relations, microeconomic theory, Microeconomics, Models, Economic, Motivation, Neurosciences, Psychology, Social, Reward, Socioeconomic Factors
  21. Timur Kuran, Civil society, Democracy, Development, Economic Development, Entrepreneurship, Government Programs, Hinduism, History, 15th Century, History, 16th Century, History, 17th Century, History, 18th Century, History, 19th Century, History, 20th Century, History, Ancient, History, Medieval, India, Islam, Middle East, Partnership, Political development, Social Support, Social Welfare, Socioeconomic Factors, Waqf, Zakat
  22. Lori Leachman, international trade, exchange rates, international macroeconomics, fiscal policy
  23. Tracy R. Lewis, Professor Lewis specializes in the study of industrial organization and ...
  24. Jia Li, Professor Li's research focuses on nonparametric estimation and inference of ...
  25. Hugh Macartney, Professor Macartney's broad research interests are in applied microeconomics, with ...
  26. Matthew A Masten, Professor Masten's research focuses on econometrics, social interactions, and decision ...
  27. Arnaud Maurel, Professor Maurel’s research focuses on labor economics, economics of education, ...
  28. David McAdams, Professor McAdams' research interests focus on microeconomic theory and game ...
  29. Marjorie B. McElroy, Labor, Demand Systems, and Financial Economics
  30. Thomas J. Nechyba, Public Finance, Economics of Education, Fiscal Federalism
  31. Andrew J. Patton, Time series econometrics and financial economics
  32. Pietro F. Peretto, Growth, Industrial Organization and Technical Change
  33. Emma Rasiel, Behavioral Finance, Behavioral Research, Derivatives, Financial Decision-Making, Investments, Risk-Taking
  34. James W. Roberts, Industrial Organization, Auctions, Applied Microeconomics
  35. Philipp Sadowski, Microeconomic Theory, Decision Theory, Behavioral Economics
  36. Todd Sarver, Todd Sarver’s research focuses on microeconomic theory, decision theory, and ...
  37. Modibo Sidibe, job search theory, urban economics, public economy
  38. Frank A. Sloan, Health Policy, Physician Behavior, and Hospital Behavior
  39. Juan Carlos Suarez Serrato, public finance, tax urban economics, public economics
  40. George E. Tauchen, Econometrics, Financial Economics
  41. Curtis R. Taylor, Ownership, Venture capital
  42. Duncan Thomas, Development, Population and Family Economics; Global Health
  43. Christopher D. Timmins, Environmental Economics, Development Economics, Public Finance, Regional Economics, Hedonic Valuation, Sorting Models, Air Pollution, Climate Change, Tiebout Models, Environmental Justice, Hydraulic Fracturing, Natural Gas, Fracking
  44. Edward Tower, Trade and Development
  45. Xiao Yu Wang, Professor Wang's major fields of interest are development economics and ...
  46. Daniel Yi Xu, Professor Xu’s research focuses on Productivity, International Trade, and Industrial ...
  47. Huseyin Yildirim, Industrial Organization, Bargaining Theory, Political Economy, and Public Finance

Secondary Appointments

  1. Elizabeth O. Ananat, Adolescent Behavior, Economic Recession, Poverty, Risk-Taking, Sexual Behavior
  2. James J. Anton, James J. Anton is a Professor in the Economics Area ...
  3. Dan Ariely, Behavioral Economics
  4. Ravi Bansal, Financial Economics, Asset Pricing, Global Economics, Climate Change
  5. Gale A. Boyd, Energy & Environment, Production Efficiency, Micro-data, index number decomposition
  6. Charles T. Clotfelter, Economics of Education, Social Policy, and Public Finance
  7. Wesley M. Cohen, Strategy, Technology and Knowledge Management, Economics of Technological Change
  8. Wilbur J. Coleman, Macroeconomics, Monetary Economics, International Economics, International Financial Policy, International Finance
  9. Vincent Conitzer, (Computational aspects of) game theory, mechanism design, social choice theory, auctions and exchanges, electronic commerce
  10. Robert F. Conrad, Public Finance and Natural Resource Economics
  11. Philip J. Cook, Abortion, Abortion, Legal, Adolescent, Adolescent Behavior, Adult, African Americans, Alcohol Drinking, Alcohol-Related Disorders, Alcoholic Beverages, Alcoholism, Birth Rate, Burglary, Burglary protection, Case-Control Studies, Child, Child, Unwanted, Choice (Psychology), Commerce, Cost Savings, Cost-Benefit Analysis, Costs and Cost Analysis, Crime, Crime prevention, Criminal behavior, Criminal Law, Data Collection, Drug and Narcotic Control, Educational Status, Efficiency, Emergency Medical Services, Emergency Service, Hospital, Female, Financing, Government, Gambling, Gun control, Harm Reduction, Health Behavior, Health Care Costs, Health Policy, Hispanic Americans, History, Homicide, Hospital Costs, Hospitalization, Humans, Illinois, Incidence, Infant, Juvenile courts, Law Enforcement, Longitudinal Studies, Lotteries, Medical Indigency, Middle Aged, Models, Statistical, Motivation, North Carolina, Poverty, Pregnancy, Pregnancy Outcome, Probability, Public Health, Public Policy, Quality of Life, Research Design, Robbery, Schools, Self-defense, Social Control Policies, Socioeconomic Factors, Taxes, Teacher turnover, United States, Violence, Wounds and Injuries, Wounds, Gunshot, Young Adult
  12. William A. Darity, Stratification Economics
  13. David A. Hsieh, Teaching: Money and Capital Markets; International Corporate Finance; Investments. Research: Dynamic Trading Strategies and Risk Management
  14. Randall Kramer, environmental economics
  15. Helen F. Ladd, Education policy, state and local public finance, intergovernmental fiscal relations
  16. Bahar Leventoglu, Democratization, Game Theory, Social Mobility
  17. Leslie M. Marx, Game Theory, Managerial Economics
  18. Manoj Mohanan, Health Economics, Development Economics, Applied Micro, Health Policy
  19. Michael C. Munger, Institutions, Public Policy, Political Behavior and Parties
  20. Adriano A. Rampini, Financial Economics, Macroeconomics
  21. David B. Ridley, Biotechnology, Drug Approval, Drug Costs, Drug Industry, Economics, Pharmaceutical, Elasticity, Health Care Costs, Health Care Economics and Organizations, Health Care Reform, Health Care Sector, Health Policy, Health Services Research, Innovation, Market entry, Patents as Topic, Prescription Fees, Pricing, Product Surveillance, Postmarketing, World Health Organization
  22. Martin D. Smith, natural resource economics
  23. S. Viswanathan, Corporate Finance

Visiting Faculty

  1. Alison Hagy, Child care, labor supply, tax policy
  2. Genna Miller, Pedagogies for increasing retention of women and minorities in economics, performance of gender in worker cooperatives and other democratic firms, theoretical and empirical investigations of gender and pedagogy, theoretical and empirical studies of gender and the labor-managed sector
  3. Charles Skender, Auditing, Corporate Financial Reporting, Financial Accounting, Financial Statement Analysis, Managerial Accounting

Emeritus Faculty

  1. Edwin Burmeister, Financial Economics, Capital Theory, and Economic Growth
  2. Neil de Marchi, Emergence of Art & Financial Markets and Cultural Economics
  3. Henry G. Grabowski, Economics of Innovation, Governmental Regulation of Business, and Economics of Pharmaceutical Industry
  4. Daniel A. Graham, Game Theory and Economics of Information
  5. Gianni Toniolo, Economic History
  6. E. Roy Weintraub, Credit, Economics, Equilibrium, History, History of Modern Economics, Mathematics

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