Ph.D. in Economics, 1998, University of Connecticut
M.A. in Economics, 1996, University of Connecticut
B.S. in Economics, 1991, University of Utah
Law and Economics
Urban and Regional Economics
Money and Banking
Economcis of Poverty
Public Policy Economics
"The Economics of Bureaucracy," published in Institutions and Collective Choice in Developing Countries: Applications of the Theory of Public Choice, edited by Mwangi S. Kimenyi and John M. Mbaku, Ashgate Publishing 1999.
"Does 'Welfare to Work' Work?" published inThe Connecticut Economy, Spring 1997, vol. 5 issue 2, p. 3.
"Suburbanization in Connecticut," with Dennis R. Heffley, published in The Connecticut Economy, January 1996, vol. 4 issue 1, p. 6.
Book Review with Mwangi S. Kimenyi: Welfare Realitites: From Rhetoric to Reform (book by Mary Jo Bane and David Ellwood), published in Public Choice, September 1996, vol. 88, pp. 417-419.
"The Irrationality of Voting: Getting Stronger?," to be presented at Public Choice Society meetings, March 2001, San Antonio, TX.
"Budget Maximization and Institutional Choice: Do Institutions Matter?," presented at Public Choice Society meetings, March 2000, Charleston, SC.
Public Choice Perspectives on Public Education: Implications of Jurisdiction Size and Institutions in Connecticut School Districts, University of Connecticut, May 1998, Principle Advisor: Professor Mwangi S. Kimenyi.
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