Dr. Ahmad is an applied microeconomist whose research leverages tools from micro-theory and experimental economics to study individual behavior in various settings. His recent work focuses on issues of access to healthcare, contraceptive take-up, air pollution mitigation strategies, and energy use and conservation. He enjoys using insights from his work to highlight the applicability of economic theory in his classes, using them as a bridge to connect abstract mathematical models to everyday choices.
At its summer meeting, the University of the South Board of Regents formally approved promotion and tenure decisions for eleven faculty members.
Eight newly tenured faculty members now hold the title of associate professor, effective July 1, 2022. Three faculty members have been promoted to full professor. Congratulations to all.