Stephen Wu
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Stephen Wu received his Ph.D. and master’s degree from Princeton University and his bachelor’s degree from Brown University. He has published widely in many areas of applied microeconomics. Some of the topics of his research include the relationship between health and socioeconomic status, the determinants of subjective-well being, and the economics of higher education. Wu regularly teaches courses in microeconomics, statistics, health economic and labor economics and is currently writing an introductory economics textbook.

June 2014 Wellbeing and Public Policy Conference at Hamilton College: Conference Website

Research: Google Scholar Profile, RePec Profile, SSRN Profile

Recent Courses: Introductory Microeconomics, Health Economics, Economics of Higher Education, Behavioral Economics

Co-Editor: International Journal of Well-Being

Editorial Board: Journal of Behavioral Economics (formerly known as Journal of Socio-Economics)

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