|Peter von Allmen
Primary research focus: Economics of Sports, focused primarily on compensation schemes, incentives and monopsony power. Teaching Microeconomic Theory, Economics of Sports, Economics of Health and Healthcare.
European Integration, Monetary Economics, History of Economic Thought, International Finance, Central Banking.
Labor Economics Issues, Money and Financial Systems
Earnings by education, gender, ethnicity, location, etc.
Earnings and Employment Effects of Immigrants
Regional Employment Cycles by Sector
Econometrics, Applied Microeconomics, Environmental Economics, International Trade
Political Economy of Development
Poverty/Income Inequality (domestic/international)
Monetary Theory and Policy: Domestic and International
History of Economic Theory and Thought
Comparative Fiscal Policies
U.S. Trade Policy (particularly the effects on wages and employment)
Political Economy of U.S. Trade Policy (In particular, the effects of industry, special interests on the tariff structure.)
WTO (expanding role of WTO to intellectual property rights, labor rights and competition policy. Also, the U.S. involvement in the WTO)