Ph.D., University of Maryland, 2010
Professor Malloy joined the Economics Department in 2010 after finishing his PhD at the University of Maryland. His research in behavioral/heterogeneous agent economics focuses on using this developing field to answer macroeconomic and political economy questions. His dissertation focused on the role that loss aversion and education investment decisions play in perpetuating intergenerational income inequality.
At URI, Professor Malloy is teaching ECN 202, Principles in Economics: Macroeconomics and ECN 306, Introduction to Economic Research Methods. While at the University of Maryland he taught Intermediate Macroeconomics and Industrial Organization.
More information on current research can be found here.
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