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I am an applied microeconomist currently holding a Postdoctoral Fellowship at the New Zealand Work Research Institute in the Faculty of Business, Economics, and Law at Auckland University of Technology in New Zealand. I earned a Ph.D. Economics from the University of New Mexico with major fields in labor economics and econometrics, with a minor field in natural resource economics. My research focuses on the effects of financial aid on student outcomes in higher education, inequality in education, and the role of adult skills such as literacy and numeracy in the labor market. As an applied microeconomist, I have also undertaken research on a variety of topics, including the effectiveness of local regulations on curbing problem gambling, how late adolescents react to gaining access to alcohol, and the overlap between criminality and victimhood over time, among others.
-Economics of education
-Microeconomic theory (undergraduate, graduate)
-Mathematics for economists (undergraduate, graduate)
-Econometrics (undergraduate, graduate)
-Economics of education (undergraduate, graduate)
-Labor economics (undergraduate, graduate)
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