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Faculty: Becky Haney

Assistant Professor of Economics

Becky Haney

Professor Becky Haney has her Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Chicago with specializations in Urban and Labor Economics. Her research interests include agent-based models to study economic growth, technology, institutions, and environmental resources. She is also interested in the effects of culture on economic outcomes. She teaches Principles of Micro and Macroeconomics, Urban Economics, Labor Economics, and Sustainability Economics.

Professor Haney also has an M.Div. from The Divinity School at Duke University and has served part-time as a pastor in the Native American community.


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