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Althouse Hall Room 219
Primary research interest: economic history with a focus on water and public health in London and the UK during the nineteenth century. Secondary research interests: water infrastructure and development; the history of economic analysis of natural monopolies and network industries. Teaching: economic history, environmental and resource economics, microeconomics and public policy.
ECON 222 Environmental Economics
Depending on the distribution of students (on or off campus), these classes will be in-person or synchronous remote.
ECON 496 Economic History of the US
Permission of Instructor Required.This seminar introduces you to the study of economic history through the reading and discussion of seminal articles U.S. economy history. We will explore the historical roots of current economic issues, such as changes in standards of living, technological change, income and wealth inequality, racial and gender differences in earnings and employment, causes and consequences of the Great Depression, the growth of government, education, social programs, infrastructure investment, and immigration. Readings also illustrate the role of econometric analysis in improving our understanding of the past. Each student will select one topic to explore in greater depth for a brief research paper and presentation.