Andrew Monaco, Assistant Professor of Economics

Andrew teaches the following courses at the University of Puget Sound:

  • Contemporary Economics (EC 170)
  • Sound Economics (EC 199)
  • Microeconomic Theory (EC 301)
  • The Economics of Online Dating (EC 341)
  • Industrial Organization: Market Structures and Strategic Behavior (EC 351)
  • Game Theory in Economics (EC 380)
  • Mathematical Economics (EC 391)

Prior to arriving at the University of Puget Sound, Andrew taught at Colgate University. He completed his Ph.D. in Economics in 2012 from the University of Kansas. Andrew's research focuses on the theory of strategic decision making, particularly with strategically heterogeneous agents, and on game theoretic applications across economics. Andrew also conducts research in experimental economics through the Puget Sound Experimental Economics Laboratory (PSEEL), and in economics education.