Marcos A. Rangel

Assistant Professor 



I am an applied microeconomist with particular interest in development economics,human capital, family economics and related public policy topics. 





"Economists study all human behavior, from a person's decision to lease a new sports car, to the speed the new driver chooses as she rounds a hairpin corner, to her decision not to wear a seat belt. These are all choices, and they are all fair game for economists. And they are not all directly related to money. Choice - not money - is the unifying feature of all the things economists study."

from Acemoglu, Laibson and List's Microeconomics textbook (2014). 



"In God we trust, all others (must) bring data"

attributed to the statistician/management scientist W. Edwards Deming.