Assistant Professor of Instruction
- KGH 3485
Daley Kutzman's research interests lie in development and empirical microeconomics. She evaluates the impact of policies in developing countries, particularly how incentive compatibility of the policy and asymmetric information may influence implementation and outcomes. Most recently, she has focused on property rights and land-use in Vietnam and Mexico, two contexts where the incentives of landowners played a prominent role in the impacts of the policy of interest. Her work also explores environmental factors affecting human capital formation in the developing world (such as pollution) and agricultural technology adoption in African countries.