Dr. Philip Brown - Experienced Economist and Economics Professor
Nationality

American

Work category

Education and Training

Education

PhD/Doctorate

Profile Activity

Development economist Philip H. Brown focuses on studies of poverty and poverty alleviation. Brown has worked and lived in several developing countries, including Chile, China, and nations in Central America and Africa. His research interests include factors such as gender, education, health, and the environment.

A member of The American Economic Association, Asian Population Association, Association for Public Policy Analysis & Management, and several other professional organizations, Philip H. Brown was a professor at Colby College until 2011. Brown received his PhD in Economics from the University of Michigan in 2003, following a Master of Arts in Economics from the same institution and a Master of International and Intercultural Management from the School for International Training in 1996.

Dr. Philip Brown's Education and Qualifications

2003

PhD/Doctorate - Economics

University of Michigan

-Southwestern Economics Association Student Paper Award, first prize (2003)
-University of Michigan Population Studies Center, Pre-Doctoral Training Fellowship (1998-2003)
-Spencer Foundation, Dissertation Fellow (2001-2002)
-University of Michigan Rackham School of Graduate Studies, Dissertation Fellow (2001)
-John Elliot Parker Memorial Prize in Labor Economics and Human Resources, first prize (1999)

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