Oklahoma State University offers a Ph.D. in Economics with fields in Regional and Urban Economics, Development Economics, and International Economics. Interested persons should consult the OSU Ph.D. in Economics program website.
Welcome. I am an assistant professor in the Department of Economics at Oklahoma State University and an IZA Research Fellow. You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I do research mainly in the fields of Regional Economics and Labor Economics with specific topics including the migration decisions of college students and college graduates, the effects of human capital on regional economies, the effects of policies and other factors on individual education outcomes, interarea wage differentials, and teacher labor markets.
You can find my research at RePEc, IZA or here.