Andrew Monaco is currently Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Puget Sound. Prior to this, he was Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics at Colgate University. This year, he will be teaching Contemporary Economics, Game Theory, and Industrial Organization. His economic research interests include microeconomics (both theory and applications), game theory, and behavioral economics.
Andrew has always been interested in decision making, existential and Eastern philosophy, and thought in general – and tries to fuse these diverse interests in teaching, research, and blogging whenever possible. When he is outside of his own head, Andrew listens to jazz, old and new.