Dr. Hannah Kling

Dr. Hannah Kling
Assistant Professor,
Economics

Meet Dr. Hannah Kling

OF NOTE:  Instructor of data analytics and micro- and macroeconomics courses, with particular expertise in economic history and urban economics.

KNOWN FOR: Using several strategies, including experimental-style games and hands-on activities, to engage students and to illustrate key concepts.

Popular quote: “Nothing is less warranted in science than an uninquiring and unhoping spirit.” – W.S. Jevons, 19th century economist

Examples of the classes taught by Dr. Hannah Kling:
  • Principles of Microeconomics
  • Principles of Macroeconomics
  • Spreadsheets and Databases
  • Data Analytics for Economics and Finance
  • History of Economic Thought
  • B.A. Hillsdale College in Hillsdale, MI, 2009
  • Ph.D. George Mason University in Fairfax, VA, 2017
  • “Land-Use Regulations As Exclusion: A GIS Analysis” in the Journal of Regional Analysis & Policy 50(1), 2020.
  • “Modeling and Measuring Gains from Labour Market Desegregation in Northern Ireland” in The Economic and Social Review51(1). 2020.
  • Regional Science International Association Conference, 2018: “Modeling and Measuring Gains from Labor Market Desegregation in Northern Ireland.”
  • Southern Economic Association Conference, 2016: “Land-use regulations as exclusion: A GIS analysis.”
  • European School on New Institutional Economics, 2014: “Drink, for Tomorrow We Die: Alcohol Consumption in Famine.”
  • Association of Private Enterprise Education Annual Meeting, 2014: “Nudges as Violating Personal Space: Constitutional and Practical Flaws of Libertarian Paternalism.”
  • Urban economics
  • Economic history
  • Public choice economics
  • Pedagogy

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