Monica Deza is an assistant professor in economics in the School of Economic Political, and Policy Sciences. Her research interests include labor economics, economics of crime, economics of risky behaviors, and applied microeconometrics. Her recent research examines the effectiveness of local economic conditions and local policies on crime. Dr. Deza has completed research focusing on the relationship between the consumption of alcohol and marijuana on future consumption of hard drugs.
Dr. Deza received her PhD in Economics from the University of California Berkeley and her undergraduate degree in Economics and Applied Mathematics from University of California Berkeley.
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