University of Hawaii at Manoa

Department of Economics

Timothy Halliday

Associate Professor and Chair
Hello! I am an empirical microeconomist who works at the intersection of health and labor economics. My research primarily focuses on health disparities, inequality, and migration both in developed and developing countries. Some of my current research projects are on the transmission of health status across generations and labor market adjustment to trade shocks. I earned my PhD from Princeton. I am married with one child.

Fields: Health, Labor and Development Economics

Other Appointments: IZA, UHERO

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