Kevin S. Smith
Assistant Professor of EconomicsEmail: email@example.com Office: Room 201, Campbell Hall
I teach a wide range of courses in the Economics and Business Department, including Principles of Economics, Quantitative Methods, Econometrics, and Health Economics. I love sharing with students the ways in which economic theories and models impact their everyday lives. I also relish the opportunity to guide students on the various career paths they may take if they choose to major in economics.
My research focuses on Health Economics and Labor Economics, with a secondary focus on Applied Economics, Financial Economics, and Economic History. My most recent research examines how to improve competition in the healthcare industry, particularly between health insurance firms, and how exposure to temperature shocks during pregnancy can affect a child’s labor market outcomes later in life.