Peter T. Paul College of Business & Economics

Bradley Herring 2021

The Economics of Health

Bradley Herring is inquisitive when it comes to understanding human behavior. While some may think this would have led him to a career in psychology, sociology, or anthropology, Herring’s path instead directed him to economics, due in part to his love of math. “Applied microeconomics is a great... Read More

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