JA
  • Graduate Student, College of Social and Behavioral Science
  • Graduate Teaching Asst (E), Economics Department
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Research Summary

My research interests lie in the juxtaposition of the current stagnation in many of the world’s underdeveloped economies, along with their faltering development options, and the international institutional arrangements that affect those options. My overarching approach is to use a variety of quantitative and qualitative methods to evaluate those impacts with an eye toward reassessing policy prescriptions intended to promote economic development.

Education

  • PhD, Economics, University of Utah. Project: Dissertation (defended 6/22/2018): Food Dependency in Sub Saharan Africa: Investigations into Sources and Policy Debates
  • M.S., Economics, University of Utah
  • B.S., Chemical Engineering, University of Utah
  • B.S., Economics, University of Utah