Professor Agirdas's research focuses on Public Economics, Health Economics, and Political Economy. He has worked on empirical issues related to media bias, pocketbook voting and negative campaigning in U.S. Elections. At Colby, he teaches Game Theory, Public Economics, Econometrics, Economic Development and Principles of Macroeconomics. Before coming to Colby, he taught courses in Statistics, Mathematical Economics, and Principles of Microeconomics.
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