Office: C316 Clark
- Health Economics
I am in my fifeenth year in the Economics Department at Colorado State University. Over the years here, I have undertaken research in the fields of economic development, regional economics, and health economics. I teach courses at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. My graduate teaching focuses primarily on econometrics. At the undergraduate level I have taught Principles of Microeconomics, Intermediate Microeconomics, Public Economics, Law and Economics and Health Economics. Prior to becoming an economist, I was an attorney. My legal work ranged from Corporate Law in Boston to a Legal Services office on the Pine Ridge Indian reservation.
On a personal front, I like alpine skiing and hiking in the mountains.
University of Wisconsin-Madison (Ph.D.). University of Virginia Law School (J.D.)