Alexander Whalley, Ph.D.PhD Economics University of Maryland, College Park, USA
Areas of Research
Labor market impacts of education, new technology and knowledge spillovers
How public policies and accountability structures enhance urban economies.
How innovation affects firms, workers and cities.
How economic policies affect regional development.
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Motivated students deeply committed to a research career in empirical economics. Attention to deal and able to meet deadlines. Knowledge of statistics and programming experience in Stata, R, or Python is highly desired.
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