James Flynn, PhD Candidate, University of Colorado Boulder
This event is part of the Economics Seminar Series series.
James Flynn’s research interests:
Specifically, Flynn investigates the first- and second-order impacts which occur when individuals change their behavior in response to policy shifts. This includes the effect of salary transparency on worker and firm performance, the health impacts of sugar-sweetened beverages taxes, and the effect of expanding access to long-acting reversible contraceptives on infant health outcomes and female human capital accumulation.