I am an Associate Professor of Economics in the Sykes College of Business at the University of Tampa, where I teach Principles of Microeconomics, Economics of Immigration, International Economics & Finance, and Public Economics. Prior to joining the UT faculty, I was an Assistant Professor at Hood College in Frederick, Maryland. There I taught a wide range of courses related to microeconomic theory, quantitative analysis, and international economics.
I am also a Fellow of the Global Labor Organization and a member of the Editorial Board of the Eastern Economic Journal.
My primary research interests are in empirical microeconomics, particularly in the areas of the economics of migration and migration policy, and income remittances.
I received my graduate degrees, M.A. and Ph.D., from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and my B.A. from American University in Washington, DC.
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