Dustin Frye's Site

I am a PhD Candidate in the Economics Department at the University of Colorado, Boulder. My primary research interests are in economic geography, development economics, and economic history. My current work considers two general themes: the importance of transportation networks for location choices of individuals and firms, and the role of institutions on economic development across Native American reservations. I was recently awarded the Stanford Calderwood Student Teaching Award by the Economics Department at UC Boulder and was named a Dan Searle Fellow by the Institute of Humane Studies. I received my B.A. in Mathematics from the University of Montana.

Updates:
I will be presenting my job market paper Transportation Networks and the Geographic Concentration of Industry at the upcoming American Economic Association Conference in Boston, MA on Jan 4th, 2015.

Contact Information:

Mailing:    Department of Economics
                University of Colorado, Boulder
                UCB 256
                Boulder, CO  80309-0256

References:

Murat Iyigun                                                            
Professor, Department of Economics
Stanford Calderwood Endowed Chair 
University of Colorado, Boulder    
Phone: 303.492.6653    
                                        
Lee J. Alston
Ostrom Chair and Professor of Economics
Director, Ostrom Workshop
University of Indiana
Phone: 812.855.0441

Jonathan E. Hughes 
Assistant Professor, Department of Economics
University of Colorado, Boulder
Phone: 303.735.0220
                                                                               

For more detail about me, look at my CV, research and teaching pages