Assistant Professor of Economics, Hamilton College
Mo Alloush is an applied microeconomist focused on the economics of poverty. His areas of specialization are development and applied econometrics with frequent forays into fields such as psychology and behavioral, urban, health, and labor economics. Alloush's current research focuses on the bi-directional relationship between income and mental health and the impact it can have on poverty dynamics by prolonging poverty spells, worsening the impact of shocks, and lowering resilience. Alloush completed a Ph.D. in Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of California, Davis.