Lee Friedman is an economist interested in expanding the usefulness of applied microeconomics to the analysis of policy. His research is on a wide variety of issues, among them climate change policies, utility regulation, educational finance, criminal justice policies, agricultural subsidies, and consumer decision-making. His work strives to improve the effectiveness of microeconomic policy analysis on actual public policies and practices.
Research Expertise and Interest
climate change regulation, public policy, economic organization, environmental markets, school finance, utility regulation, criminal justice