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Vita: Prof. Brown's VitaEmail: Ryan BrownWebsite: http://www.econ.ucdenver.edu/rbrown/Office Location: Lawrence Street Center 470TPhone: 303-315-2070Fax: 303-315-2048Areas of Expertise:Development Economics, Health Economics, Labor Economics, Economic Demography
Ph.D., Economics, Duke University, 2014M.A., Economics, Duke University, 2009B.A., Economics and Psychology, Vassar College, 2004
Ryan Brown's work applies econometric techniques to population representative data in both developed and developing country settings, with the goal of examining the relationship between the social and physical environment and the human capital endowment and long-term economic outcomes of children and young adults.
“The Mexican Drug War and Early-Life Health: The Impact of Violent Crime on Birth Outcomes”
“On the Long Term Effects of the 1918 U.S. Influenza Pandemic” (with Duncan Thomas)
“The Intergenerational Impact of Terror: The Extended Reach of the 9/11 Tragedy”
“The Effect of Violent Crime on the Human Capital Accumulation of Young Adults”
(with Andrea Velasquez)
“Impact of Violent Crime on Risk Aversion: Evidence from the Mexican Drug War” (with Veronica Montalva, Duncan Thomas, and Andrea Velasquez)
“The Effect of Living in a Violent Environment on Contemporaneous Health” (with Elizabeth Frankenberg, Jessica Ho, Duncan Thomas, and Andrea Velasquez)
"Copycat gaming: A spatial analysis of state lottery structure" (with Jon Rork). Regional Science and Urban Economics, 2005, 35(6): 795-807.
ECON 4811: Intro to Econometrics
ECON 5823: Econometrics II
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