Dr. Nathaniel Burke is an assistant professor in the Economics Department at West Virginia University. Burke brings his knowledge and experience studying behavioral economics and the economics of education to study issues that overlap between economics and privacy, particularly the impacts on marginalized communities.
Dr. Burke earned his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Arkansas, his M.S. in Resource and Applied Economics from the University of Alaska, and his B.A. in Economics from Manhattan College. Burke specializes in behavioral economics, economics of education, and economic experiments. He also does work that focuses on the impact of identity in education and labor outcomes, applied microeconomics, and micro resource problems.