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.  Most of my work deals with rich countries, mostly, the United States, but I often work on topics pertinent to developing countries as well.  My research primarily focuses on health disparities, inequality, and migration.  To help me answer some of the questions that I ask, I often employ dynamic panel data and latent variable models.  I earned my PhD from Princeton.  I am married with one child.  We live on the windward side of Oahu. 

Fields: Health, Labor and Development Economics

Other Appointments: IZA, UHERO

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