Department of Economics
- Professor Winters’ research interests include impact evaluation of development projects, rural poverty, migration and remittances, fertility, cash transfer programs in developing countries, rural livelihood strategies, tourism and smallholder agriculture. His regional focus is primarily in Latin America with some recent research in Africa. His teaching fields include development microeconomics, project evaluation and environmental economics.
DegreesPhD, Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of California at Berkeley, 1996
Master of Arts, Economics, University of California at San Diego, 1992
Bachelor of Arts, Non-Western Studies, University of San Diego, 1988
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AU Economics Professor Wins Two Prestigious Grants
Professor Paul Winters will study efficacy of economic programs in Africa....