Edward Sayre, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, International Development and International Affairs
Dr. Sayre is an applied microeconomist who works primarily in the areas of health and labor economics. Previously he has worked with undergraduate scholars on research on the economics of illicit behavior. He currently is working on research on long term economic effects from the BP oil spill. He also has received funding for research on labor markets in the Middle East and to conduct a study of the economic recovery of Mississippi after Hurricane Katrina.
“Dimensions of Youth Unemployment in the Middle East” Developing Alternatives Vol. 15, No. 1, July 2012: 4-10.