Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics
Nhan Le joined W&L as Visiting Assistant Professor after one year teaching in a similar position at Bucknell University, Pennsylvania. His research focuses on the interaction between technological changes human capital and its implications on inequality and long term economic growth. Professor Le is excited to be teaching intro-level microeconomics and macroeconomics at W&L. He is also looking forward to cooperating with the Shepherd Poverty Program.
Natives of Vietnam, Professor Le and his wife Mai both received degrees (and their current dog Penchi) from Bloomington, IN. They love road trips, discovering new cuisines and photography.
Ph.D, Indiana University (2012)
M.A., Indiana University (2009)
B.A., Indiana University (2006)
Macroeconomic – economic growth, inequality, human capital, applied econometrics.