Bradford Barham

Emeritus Professor

Technological Change, international agricultural development, and Latin America
Office Hours
Tues and Thurs 2:30-3:30
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I have been working in and teaching on Latin American economic development issues since the early 1980s. My research interests are refreshed regularly by my field experiences and those of my students. I explore how global and local factors, such as migration, trade, technology, and education, shape poverty, development, and sustainability outcomes. I also am interested in how experimental economics can help us better understand behavior and guide effective program and policy design.
Curriculum Vitae
AAE 462: Latin American Economic Development
AAE 373: Globalization, Development and Poverty
AAE 244: The Environment and the Global Economy
AAE 780: Research Colloquium
Ph.D., Economics, Stanford University, 1988.
B.A., Economics, University of California at San Diego, Revelle College, 1981