Credentials: Assistant Professor, Economics
Monica Deza is an Assistant Professor of Economics. Her research interests include Economics of crime, Economics of Risky Health Behaviors, Applied Microeconometrics and Labor Economics. A common theme in her work is how various policies affect adolescent propensity to engage in crime and drug consumption. She is an NBER/NSF Crime Research Fellow, and previously worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. During Summer 2016, Dr. Deza was a Visiting Assistant Professor at UC Berkeley. Prof. Deza visited September 9-13, 2019.
Health Economics and Health Services Research