Dr. Bryan Weber graduated in 2015 with his PhD from the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee. He spent the last year teaching Econometrics, Industrial Organization, and Introductory Microeconomics at the College of William and Mary. His research interests include transportation, crime, and the intersection of the two. Much of his work on crime, particularly work on terrorism, is done with the support of the START Center at the University of Maryland. He is very excited for the opportunity to begin working with the students and faculty here at the College of Staten Island, where he will be teaching Behavioral Economics and Introductory Econometrics.
PhD, University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee
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Last Updated: 09.09.2016