PhD, University of New Hampshire
Ben Brewer is an assistant professor of economics. He teaches the principles of macroeconomics and microeconomics, as well as managerial economics and the economics of public policy.
Brewer's research interests include:
- Health economics and public economics including the impact of mandatory seat belt laws on organ donation
- Impact of elderly income tax breaks on economic growth
- General equilibrium effects of ridesharing apps like Uber, such as their impact on personal alcohol consumption
“Protecting the Vulnerable or Ripe for Reform? State Income Tax Breaks for the Elderly – Then & Now,” (with Karen Smith Conway and Jonathan C. Rork), Public Finance Review, 45(4), July 2017, pp. 564-94.