Research Spotlight: Dept. of Ag & Applied Economics’ Jamie Pavlik
By: Darren Hudson
Jamie Bologna Pavlik, an associate professor within the Department of Agricultural & Applied Economics, joined the Texas Tech faculty in 2016. Her research interests broadly fall within the fields of economic growth and development, with a particular emphasis on the role of institutions. Her narrower focus is on the role of corruption within institutions. Within these areas of interest, she seeks to thoroughly answer unexplored questions as an applied economist.
The Pittsburgh native's doctorate in economics is from West Virginia University, where she received her department's Best Doctoral Student Award (2015). She is currently a Research Fellow with the Free Market Institute at Texas Tech.
CONTACT: Phillip Johnson, chair and director of the university's Thornton Agricultural Finance Institute, Department of Department of Agricultural & Applied Economics, Texas Tech University at (806) 834-0474 or email@example.com
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