Assistant Professor of EconomicsEmail: email@example.com Phone: 608-363-2216 Office: Room 203, Campbell Hall
I teach courses including Principles of Economics, Intermediate Microeconomics, and Business Analytics. In the Business Analytics course, I use my background in Computer Science and Engineering and work experience in the software industry and business intelligence.
My research interests are in Public Health Economics and International Development. Specifically, I’m interested in looking at the health issues of different communities with a focus on disadvantaged social groups (including castes in India) and gender. I am also interested in studying the changing dynamics of health plans in health insurance markets in the United States.