Umair Khalil, Ph.D.
Visiting Assistant Professor
- Ph. D., Economics, University of Rochester
- M.A., Economics, Univerisity of British Columbia, Canada
- B.S. (Hons), Economics, Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan
Office #: Hodges 416
Area of Expertise:
Dr. Khalil's research ranges over a wide area of applied microeconomics. His work in the economics of crime, explores the effect of illegal firearm prevalence on crime rates in the United States. In the field of health economics, he focuses on in-utero interventions and their effect on birth outcomes. In development economics, his work has explored the effect of marriage institutions on the social status of women.