My main area of research is development economics with a focus on micro-level institutions. Some of my work focuses on the role of gender. I obtained my Ph.D. from the University of British Columbia.
I have spent the last ten years teaching economics and engaging in original economic research, with an emphasis on economics of sex and love, and women in the workforce. I obtained my Ph.D. from Queens University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
My research covers various topics in International Trade and Political Economy, such as lobbying and the link between trade and labor markets. I obtained my PhD from MIT.
I teach a wide variety of courses including cost-benefit, environmental economics, and microeconomics at both the introductory and intermediate levels. I obtained my Ph.D. from the University of British Columbia.
I teach and do research in the the fields of Environmental Economics and International Trade. Most of my work has been on the interaction between globalization, the environment, and the sustainability of renewable resources. I obtained my Ph.D. from Stanford University.