Michael A. Kuhn

Assistant Professor of Economics University of Oregon

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Research

Current working papers, updated spring 2017
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About Me

I am an applied behavioral econonmist with an interest in applications to consumer finance, public economics and labor economics.  I use a variety of methods --laboratory experiments, field experiments and observational data analysis-- to study the importance of behavioral theory for economic policy, the determinants of preferences and preference-elicitation methodology.


Teaching

  •   Econ 311
    Intermediate Microeconomics
  •   Econ 451
    Issues in Labor Economics
  •   Econ 607
    Applied Behavioral Economics