Peter Brummund is an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Alabama. He is a labor and development economist who has worked extensively with household survey data from Botswana and Indonesia. Brummund’s work involves the application of theoretical models of labor supply and demand to survey data, with an emphasis on the welfare effects of labor market failures.
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