Economics of law, crime, or the environment — The diminishment of fathers — Deterrent effects of crime and capital punishment — Sources of the solid waste problem — The dating process
David A. Anderson
Paul G. Blazer Associate Professor of Economics
B.A., University of Michigan; M.A., Ph.D., Duke University
Grant-supported research on legal policy, dispute resolution, enviromental economics, and the economics of crime. See personal Web page for a list of 25 articles and books. Student-assisted research includes studies of the aggregate burden of crime, new settlement-encouraging legal rules, the sources of our solid waste problem, and innovative teaching, active learning, and evaluation systems.