I am a Canadian political economist.
My research primarily focuses on the relationship between government policy, economic development, and household well-being. Additional interests include decision theory, Bayesian analysis, comparative-historical research, and the interplay of morality and science in the politics of public policy.
I have taught classes in advanced statistics, research methodology, marketing research, contemporary economic policy, and comparative-historical political economy.
In addition to my research, I am developing systems for producing and integrating short, YouTube-based lectures into classes and training seminars.
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Department of Sociology
City University of New York, Queens College
65-30 Kissena Blvd.
Queens, NY 11367