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Analisa Packham, Assistant Professor of Economics, Miami University

Analisa Packham is an Assistant Professor of Economics in the Farmer School of Business at Miami University. 

Professor Packham studies applied microeconomics, including labor and health economics and the economics of education. Her research focuses primarily on evaluating the effects of food stamp timing as well as contraception and family planning policies.