Labor Economics - Social network and health

Katherine Grace Carman Ph.D.

Cohort 10 — Harvard Alumni List
Economist
Director of Behavioral Finance Form
RAND Corporation, Santa Monica, CA

Dr. Carman received her PhD from Stanford University. She is also a Professor at the Pardee RAND Graduate School. Her research focuses on behavioral economics, health economics, and public economics. Dr. Carman is particularly interested in how individuals' beliefs, perceptions, and decisionmaking processes affect their choices. Currently she is studying health insurance decisions and retirement decisions. She is also interested in the effects of peer behavior and characteristics on individual choices.

Previously, Carman was an Assistant Professor at Tilburg University and affiliated with CentER and Netspar.

Discipline: Economics
		

Trevon D. Logan Ph.D.

Cohort 16 — Michigan Alumni List
Hazel C. Youngberg Trustees Distinguished Professor of Economics, Department of Economics
The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

Dr. Logan received his PhD and both of his Masters (Economics and Demography) from the University of California, Berkeley, and his Bachelor Science in Economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, B.S.,  1999. He is an economist who specializes in economic history and applied demography. He also does work that intersects with health economics, applied econometrics, applied microeconomics and sociology. His previous research focused on historical living standards, comparative measures of well being, and the development of measures of human welfare that can be consistently applied through time. He is the author of Economics, Sexuality, and Male Sex Work, from Cambridge University Press.

Discipline: Economics